|Number of teams||10|
|Most championships||Metzreäiĵer (10)|
|2021 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, the national teams of Mercury and Senya, and one further invitational national team. The Craitish territories of Incontinentia, New Vaduz and Zandarijn, also formerly took part until 2020, or, in the case of Zandarijn, 2021.
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|
The All-Craitland is currently contested by the following provincial and national teams:
The following national teams formerly competed in the All-Craitland on a permanent basis:
— Third place (Elimination final losers)
— Fourth place (Elimination semi-final losers)
— Elimination play-off losers
— Group stage
All-Mercury but not All-Craitland— Competed in
|Nova English Korea||•||•||•||•||•||•||•||•||GS||0||0||0||0||0||1|
Teams are ordered by number of All-Craitland participations, followed by number of titles won, number of finals lost, number of elimination finals lost etc.
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, with Senya's addition in 2017 bringing the number of competing sides to eleven. From 2020, the Championship will comprise twelve teams, with the best-placed national team from the year's All-Mercury Ólbescból Championships receiving an invitation to compete.
All-Mercury inviteeIntroduction of
Zandarijn; change of formatWithdrawal of
Most successful clubs
|Team||Winners||Runners-up||Most recent final|
|Cherry Trees||4||4||2021 (runners-up)|