Triple Crown Championship

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Triple Crown Championship
Triple crown logo.png
Tournament Information
No. of Teams 3
Countries Gotzborg Gotzborg
Stormark Stormark
Victoria Victoria
Confederation AEFA AEFA
Founded 2013
First Season 2014
Tournament Records
Most Titles 0
Most Goals 0
Games won in a row 0
Games lost in a row 0
Highest Score 0 - 0
Biggest Win 0 - 0
Biggest Defeat 0 - 0
Current Champions
First Season
Soccerball current event.png 2014 Triple Crown Championship

The Triple Crown Championship is an annual international association football competition involving three AEFA sides: Gotzborg, Stormark and Victoria.


Played annually, the format of the Championship is simple: each team plays every other team one, with home field advantage alternating from one year to the next. Three points are awarded for a win, one for a draw and none for a loss.

If a team wins all its games without being scored against, they are said to have won a 'Grand Slam'. At the end of the tournament if a team has not scored a single goal against their opponents, it is said to have won the Wooden Spoon, although no actual trophy is given to the team. A team which has lost all their matches is said to have been whitewashed.

One competition takes place under the umbrella of the tournament. The Favour, contested annually between Gotzborg and Victoria since 2014. It is named The Favour as it is competed against by two nations that share the same Monarch, hence each is looking to hold favour with the Sovereign.

Teams are ranked by total points, then goal difference, and then goals scored. At the end of each championship, the team with the most points is crowned champion. If points are equal, the goal difference and then goals scored determine the winner. If still equal, teams are deemed to occupy the same position. If there is a tie for the championship the title is shared between them.


Information to follow shortly

Other Trophies


Before the start of each game the national anthem of both teams is sung by their players and supporters. From The Seven Divided Nations, the national anthem of all Gotzborg, is used only by Gotzborg. Victoria sing their own national anthem.

  • Gotzborg: From The Seven Divided Nations
  • Stormark: Sailing Home
  • Victoria: Will Ye Go, Victoria, Go

Current Venues

Murrayburn Stadium in Eldeburgh, the home of the Victorian Football Association.

As of the current 2014 competition, Triple Crown matches will be held in the following stadia:

Team Stadium Capacity
Gotzborg Gotzborg Leichtathletik-Stadion 51,000
Stormark Stormark Haraldsborgs Idrætsvøllur 38,065
Victoria Victoria Murrayburn Stadium 60,388



Outright Titles (Shared Titles) 0 (0) 0 (0) 0 (0)
Overall 0 0 0
Grand Slams 0 0 0
Whitewashes 0 0 0
Wooden Spoons 0 0 0


The Championship derives its name from the fact that all three nations have a Monarch with a crown in each state. Although there are 3 Crowns there are only 2 Monarchs as both Gotzborg and Victoria share the same sovereign.


Any expansion of the Triple Crown Championship would be welcomed by the current Associations involved, although there may be limits, due to scheduling difficulties. No name changes have been looked at should the Championship expand. It is understood however that should a nation with a Monarch as head of state enter the championship no name change would be required.

See also