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Oesst Whiteside

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Oesst Whiteside
Oesst Whiteside.jpg
Location Cherry Trees, Craitland
Opened 2003
Surface Grass
Capacity 68,000
Cherry Trees FC
Craitland national football team

Oesst Whiteside is a football stadium in the Craitish capital city of Cherry Trees. Named for the Whiteside area of the city in which it is located, the stadium is home to Cherry Trees FC and is the primary stadium used by the Craitish national side for home internationals. The stadium's 68,000-seat capacity is the largest in the country.


As the largest stadium in Craitland, Oesst Whiteside is regularly used to stage showpiece sporting events, and plays host to the finals of both the King's Cup and Cities' Cup on an annual basis. With Craitland having hosted EMU 2011 and the 2015 FMF World Cup, both competitions' respective opening and final matches were played at Oesst Whiteside.

Notable matches

2009 EMU Championships
Date Stage Score
29 July 2009 Group stage Bobalania Bobalania 0–1 Nova England Nova England
30 July 2009 Interland Interland 0–1 Passas Passas
2011 EMU Championships
Date Stage Score
18 June 2011 Group stage Craitland Craitland 2–1 Taeland Taeland
24 June 2011 Interland Interland 2–1 Craitland Craitland
27 June 2011 Taeland Taeland 1–1 Ocia Ocia
5 July 2011 Final Craitland Craitland 3–0 Hamland Hamland
2015 FMF World Cup
Date Stage Score
19 July 2015 Group stage Craitland Craitland 2–3 Tellia Tellia
23 July 2015 Valencia Valencia 2–1 Gotzborg Gotzborg
30 July 2015 Hamland Hamland 1–1 Gerenia Gerenia
2 August 2015 Senya Senya 0–1 Mercury Mercury
5 August 2015 Alexandria Alexandria 3–2 Lakkvia Lakkvia
14 August 2015 Quarter-finals Passas Passas 0–0 (a.e.t.)
3–1 (pens)
Alexandria Alexandria
22 August 2015 Final Hamland Hamland 2–0 Tellia Tellia
Preceded by:
Dacoen Dynasty Stadium
FMF World Cup
final venue

Succeeded by
The Snakepit