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The '''Euran League - Alduria Division''' is the top professional football division of the Aldurian football league system. It is comprised of eleven professional clubs based in several cities of Alduria. The title "Euran League" refers to the aspiration of Alduria to join and take part in the Raspurid-proposed [[EuranLeague - Raspur Division|Euran League]], where each indigenous Euran nation establishes their own national divisions within a common league structure. Prior to its name change, it was known as the Aldurian Football League (AFL).
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The '''Euran League - Alduria Division''' is the top professional football division of the Aldurian football league system. It is comprised of sixteen professional football clubs based in several cities of [[Alduria]]. The organization that manages the Aldurian division of the [[Euran League]] is the [[Aldurian Federation of Football]] (AFF). The title "Euran League" refers to the aspiration of Alduria to join and take part in the Raspurid-proposed greater [[Euran League - Raspur Division|Euran League]], where each indigenous Euran nation establishes their own national divisions within a common league structure.
  
 
The Aldurian Football League was founded in 1671 as part of the government's effort to promote and encourage the growth of sports leagues and industries in the nascent Republic. In 1672, it changed its name to the Euran League - Alduria Division.
 
The Aldurian Football League was founded in 1671 as part of the government's effort to promote and encourage the growth of sports leagues and industries in the nascent Republic. In 1672, it changed its name to the Euran League - Alduria Division.
  
The Euran League - Alduria Division has 16 teams. Instead of operating as an association of independently owned teams, the Aldurian Division is a single entity in which each team is owned by the Aldurian Division itself and individually operated by the league's investors.
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The Aldurian Division is a single entity in which each team is owned by the Aldurian Division itself and individually operated by the league's investors.  
  
The headquarters of the Alduria Division are located in the city of Punta Santiago.
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The headquarters of the Alduria Division are in the city of [[Punta Santiago]], the capital of Alduria.
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==History==
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==Organization==
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The Aldurian Division of the [[Euran League]] is governed by a Board of Directors that administers the affairs of the Aldurian Federation of Football. There are currently 12 members of the Board of Directors.
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Individuals in key leadership positions include:
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* Jean Brown – President;
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* Manuela Gutierrez - Vice President;
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* Naghi Saharkhiz – Chief Administrative Officer;
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* Maria Ducreux – Chief Financial Officer;
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* Manuel Farzan – Vice President of Communications.
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The National Council of the Aldurian Division is the representative membership body of the Aldurian Federation of Football. It elects the president and vice president, amends the bylaws, approves the budgets, decides on policies adopted by the board, and affirms actions of the Board.
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The Alurian Division is a member of [[AEFA|Apollonia and Eura Football Association]], one of the four confederations of the [[FMF]] and of the [[Euran League]]. The Aldurian Division also maintains close relationships with the [[Alduria Anti-Doping Agency]], the [[Aldurian National Sport Committee]] and the [[Alduria Paralympic Committee]], organizations created under Order 029, the main law that
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The [[Aldurian Federation of Football|AFF]] convenes in an annual meeting. Every four AN years, the annual meeting's attendees hold an election for the federation's president and vice president.
  
 
==Teams==
 
==Teams==
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| [[Club de Tudela]]
 
| [[Club de Tudela]]
 
| [[Tudela]]
 
| [[Tudela]]
| style="text-align: center;" | [[Northern Fields]]
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| [[Estadio de Tudela]]
| 2,000
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| 32,000
 
| Bernabé Piñón
 
| Bernabé Piñón
 
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| [[Alkhiva Fury]]
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| [[Carrillo Fury]]
| [[Alkhiva]]
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| [[Carrillo]]
| [[Alkhiva Fields]]
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| [[Carrillo National Stadium]]
| 2,000
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| 32,000
 
| Jose Carballar
 
| Jose Carballar
 
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| [[Fort Laons Arsenal]]
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| [[Piriya FC]]
| [[Fort Laons]]
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| [[Piriya]]
| [[Estadio Varela]]
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| [[Khan Stadium]]
| 58,123
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| 42,000
 
| Thibaut Gounelle
 
| Thibaut Gounelle
 
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| [[Punisher FC]]
 
| [[Punisher FC]]
| [[Narbonne]]
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| [[Cartagena]]
| [[Estadio Varela]]
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| [[Cartagena City Stadium]]
| 58,123
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| 42,000
 
| Alphonse Longchambon
 
| Alphonse Longchambon
 
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|-
 
| [[Aldurian Navy FC]]
 
| [[Aldurian Navy FC]]
| [[Punta Santiago]]
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| [[Susa]]
| [[Military Field]]
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| [[Admiralty Stadium]]
| 2,000
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| 32,000
 
|  
 
|  
 
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| [[Aldurian Army FC]]
 
| [[Aldurian Army FC]]
| [[Punta Santiago]]
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| [[Narbonne]]
| [[Military Field]]
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| [[Army National Stadium]]
| 2,000
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| 32,000
 
|  
 
|  
 
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| [[Susa]]
 
| [[Susa]]
 
| [[Susa Field]]
 
| [[Susa Field]]
| 2,000
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| 38,000
 
| Youssef Nassour
 
| Youssef Nassour
 
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| [[Gramercy Titans]]
 
| [[Gramercy Titans]]
 
| [[Gramercy]]
 
| [[Gramercy]]
| [[Titan Field]]
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| [[Titan Stadium]]
| 2,000
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| 32,000
 
| Mansour Golchin
 
| Mansour Golchin
 
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|-
 
| [[Fontainebleau Union FC]]
 
| [[Fontainebleau Union FC]]
 
| [[Fontainebleau]]
 
| [[Fontainebleau]]
|  
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| [[Emperor Edgard II Memorial Stadium]]
|  
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| 40,000
 
| Rodrigo Velázquez
 
| Rodrigo Velázquez
 
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| [[Valladares Pirates FC]]
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| [[Pirates FC]]
| [[Valladares]]
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| [[Alduria City]]
|  
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| [[Pirate Field]]
|  
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| 20,000
 
| Maximiliano Carvallo
 
| Maximiliano Carvallo
 
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| [[Valenciana United]]
 
| [[Valenciana United]]
 
| [[Valenciana]]
 
| [[Valenciana]]
|  
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| [[Stadium of Valenciana]]
|  
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| 32,000
 
| William Alarie
 
| William Alarie
 
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|-
 
| [[Behaurnais Tigers]]
 
| [[Behaurnais Tigers]]
 
| [[Behaurnais]]
 
| [[Behaurnais]]
|  
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| [[Tiger Stadium]]
|  
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| 32,000
 
| Remy Girardot
 
| Remy Girardot
 
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| [[Cazenave FC]]
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| [[Altus FC]]
| [[Ciudad Santa]]
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| [[Norvind]]
|  
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| [[Stade d'Altus]]
|  
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| 40,000
 
| Loup Raoult
 
| Loup Raoult
 
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| [[Ahvaz Pirates]]
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| [[Ahvaz United FC]]
 
| [[Ahvaz]]
 
| [[Ahvaz]]
|  
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| [[Union Stadium]]
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| 32,000
 
| Farhad Darvishi
 
| Farhad Darvishi
 
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| [[Imperial FC]]
 
| [[Imperial FC]]
 
| [[Valladares]]
 
| [[Valladares]]
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| [[Imperial Colliseum]]
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| 50,000
 
| Alain Mallette
 
| Alain Mallette
 
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Revision as of 00:21, 22 March 2020

Euran League - Alduria Division
Countries Alduria Alduria
Confederation AEFA
Founded 1671 AN
Number of teams 16
Levels on pyramid 1
Domestic cup(s) Aldurian Cup

The Euran League - Alduria Division is the top professional football division of the Aldurian football league system. It is comprised of sixteen professional football clubs based in several cities of Alduria. The organization that manages the Aldurian division of the Euran League is the Aldurian Federation of Football (AFF). The title "Euran League" refers to the aspiration of Alduria to join and take part in the Raspurid-proposed greater Euran League, where each indigenous Euran nation establishes their own national divisions within a common league structure.

The Aldurian Football League was founded in 1671 as part of the government's effort to promote and encourage the growth of sports leagues and industries in the nascent Republic. In 1672, it changed its name to the Euran League - Alduria Division.

The Aldurian Division is a single entity in which each team is owned by the Aldurian Division itself and individually operated by the league's investors.

The headquarters of the Alduria Division are in the city of Punta Santiago, the capital of Alduria.

History

Organization

The Aldurian Division of the Euran League is governed by a Board of Directors that administers the affairs of the Aldurian Federation of Football. There are currently 12 members of the Board of Directors.

Individuals in key leadership positions include:

  • Jean Brown – President;
  • Manuela Gutierrez - Vice President;
  • Naghi Saharkhiz – Chief Administrative Officer;
  • Maria Ducreux – Chief Financial Officer;
  • Manuel Farzan – Vice President of Communications.

The National Council of the Aldurian Division is the representative membership body of the Aldurian Federation of Football. It elects the president and vice president, amends the bylaws, approves the budgets, decides on policies adopted by the board, and affirms actions of the Board.

The Alurian Division is a member of Apollonia and Eura Football Association, one of the four confederations of the FMF and of the Euran League. The Aldurian Division also maintains close relationships with the Alduria Anti-Doping Agency, the Aldurian National Sport Committee and the Alduria Paralympic Committee, organizations created under Order 029, the main law that

The AFF convenes in an annual meeting. Every four AN years, the annual meeting's attendees hold an election for the federation's president and vice president.

Teams

The Northern Conference
Team City Stadium Capacity Head Coach
Punta Santiago FC Punta Santiago Estadio Varela 58,123 Nathanaël Lefrançois
Club de Tudela Tudela Estadio de Tudela 32,000 Bernabé Piñón
Carrillo Fury Carrillo Carrillo National Stadium 32,000 Jose Carballar
Piriya FC Piriya Khan Stadium 42,000 Thibaut Gounelle
Punisher FC Cartagena Cartagena City Stadium 42,000 Alphonse Longchambon
Aldurian Navy FC Susa Admiralty Stadium 32,000
Aldurian Army FC Narbonne Army National Stadium 32,000
Susa Buccaneers FC Susa Susa Field 38,000 Youssef Nassour
The Southern Conference
Gramercy Titans Gramercy Titan Stadium 32,000 Mansour Golchin
Fontainebleau Union FC Fontainebleau Emperor Edgard II Memorial Stadium 40,000 Rodrigo Velázquez
Pirates FC Alduria City Pirate Field 20,000 Maximiliano Carvallo
Valenciana United Valenciana Stadium of Valenciana 32,000 William Alarie
Behaurnais Tigers Behaurnais Tiger Stadium 32,000 Remy Girardot
Altus FC Norvind Stade d'Altus 40,000 Loup Raoult
Ahvaz United FC Ahvaz Union Stadium 32,000 Farhad Darvishi
Imperial FC Valladares Imperial Colliseum 50,000 Alain Mallette

Organization

Ownership

League Executives

Stadiums

The lack of stadiums and facilities in Alduria is a chronic problem for the growth of the Alduria Division. Over the course of the first two years, temporary facilities designated as a "Field". The only stadium in the entire division is the Estadio Varela in Punta Santiago. Several teams share the stadium.

See Also

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