All-Craitland Championship

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All-Craitland Championship
Countries Craitland Craitland
Incontinentia Incontinentia
Mercury Mercury
New Vaduz New Vaduz
Zandarijn Zandarijn
Founded 2003
First season 2003
Number of teams 10
Current champions Metzreäiĵer Metzreäiĵer
(2016)
Most championships Metzreäiĵer Metzreäiĵer (7)
2017 All-Craitland Championship

The All-Craitland Championship, commonly known just as the All-Craitland, is the oldest ólbescból competition in Craitland and is contested by the representative teams of all six Craitish provinces and the territories of Incontinentia, New Vaduz and Zandarijn, and from 2013 onwards, the national team of Mercury.

Format

The ten competing teams are divided into two groups, one for the provincial teams and one for the nations' teams. The top five provincial teams and the best national team advance to a six-team play-off format, with two teams progressing to the grand final.

  Elimination play-offs   Qualifying / Elimination semi-finals   Elimination final   Grand final
                                 
  QSF:    
P1       
P2              GF:  
          
  EPO1:       EF:           
  P3                  
  T1        ESF:           
          
EPO2:           
  P4       
  P5     
   
Key:         Losing team progressing     Winning team progressing

Teams

The All-Craitland is currently contested by the following provincial and national teams.

Provincial

National

History

The All-Craitland was founded in 2003 as the primary ólbescból competition in Craitland. The first five championships were held between the six Craitish provincial teams. In 2008, following the foundation of the territories of Incontinentia, New Vaduz and Zandarijn the previous year, the competition was expanded to include their national sides and was changed to its current format. Mercury first entered the competition in 2013, becoming the tenth team to play in the Championship.

Results

Year Winners Score Runners-up
2003
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Metzreäiĵer Metzreäiĵer 28–16 Unstjeiädón Unstjeiädón
2004
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Metzreäiĵer Metzreäiĵer 25–20 Cherry Trees Cherry Trees
2005
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Metzreäiĵer Metzreäiĵer 17–8 Unstjeiädón Unstjeiädón
2006
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Cherry Trees Cherry Trees 16–12 Metzreäiĵer Metzreäiĵer
2007
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Metzreäiĵer Metzreäiĵer 27–17 Unstjeiädón Unstjeiädón
2008
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Klevets-ó-Sdaa Klevets-ó-Sdaa 13–12 Cherry Trees Cherry Trees
2009
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Metzreäiĵer Metzreäiĵer 41–10 Klevets-ó-Sdaa Klevets-ó-Sdaa
2010
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Obsĵaiduņ Obsĵaiduņ 19–6 Metzreäiĵer Metzreäiĵer
2011
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Cherry Trees Cherry Trees 22–17 Unstjeiädón Unstjeiädón
2012
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Unstjeiädón Unstjeiädón 17–14 Metzreäiĵer Metzreäiĵer
2013
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Metzreäiĵer Metzreäiĵer 21–11 Unstjeiädón Unstjeiädón
2014
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Cherry Trees Cherry Trees 20–15 Metzreäiĵer Metzreäiĵer
2015
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Klevets-ó-Sdaa Klevets-ó-Sdaa 19–16 Metzreäiĵer Metzreäiĵer
2016
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Metzreäiĵer Metzreäiĵer 16–13 Unstjeiädón Unstjeiädón
2017
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Most successful clubs

Team Winners Runners-up Most recent final
Metzreäiĵer Metzreäiĵer 7 5 2016 (winners)
Cherry Trees Cherry Trees 3 2 2014 (winners)
Klevets-ó-Sdaa Klevets-ó-Sdaa 2 1 2015 (winners)
Unstjeiädón Unstjeiädón 1 6 2016 (runners-up)
Obsĵaiduņ Obsĵaiduņ 1 0 2010 (winners)