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2010 Viva World Cup

2010 VIVA World Cup
Tournament details
Host country Gozo
Dates 29 May – 6 June
Teams 6 (from 1 confederation)
Venue(s) 2 (in 2 host cities)
Final positions
Champions  Padania (3rd title)
Runners-up  Iraqi Kurdistan
Third place  Occitania
Fourth place  Two Sicilies
Tournament statistics
Matches played 11
Goals scored 31 (2.82 per match)

The 2010 VIVA World Cup was the fourth VIVA World Cup, an international tournament for football open to non-FIFA-affiliated teams, played in Gozo. A record six men's teams competed in the tournament, including the two-time defending champions Padania.

Participating teams

Team 2010 Pos. Participation
 Padania 1st 3rd
 Iraqi Kurdistan 2nd 3rd
 Occitania 3rd 3rd
 Two Sicilies 4th 1st
 Gozo 5th 2nd
 Provence 6th 3rd

Venues

City Stadium Capacity
Xewkija Gozo Stadium 4,000
Sannat Sannat Ground 1,500

Group stage

Group A

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Padania 2 2 0 0 3 1 2 6
 Occitania 2 1 0 1 5 1 4 3
 Gozo 2 0 0 2 1 7 −6 0

31 May 2010
20:15 CET
Gozo  1 – 2  Padania
Camilleri Goal 40' Report Nannini Goal 7'
Prandelli Goal 82'
Gozo Stadium, Xewkija
Referee: Per Anders Blind (Sweden)

1 June 2010
19:30 CET
Occitania  0 – 1  Padania
Report Ghezzi Goal 65'
Gozo Stadium, Xewkija
Referee: Karim Azad Hatim (Kurdistan)

2 June 2010
19:30 CET
Gozo  0 – 5  Occitania
Report Ballue Goal 1' (pen.)36'
Taillan Goal 61'
Amiel Goal 88'
Soro Goal 90+2'
Gozo Stadium, Xewkija
Referee: Per Anders Blind (Sweden)

Group B

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Iraqi Kurdistan 2 2 0 0 7 3 4 6
 Two Sicilies 2 1 0 1 2 4 −2 3
 Provence 2 0 0 2 2 4 −2 0
31 May 2010
17:30 CET
Iraqi Kurdistan  4 – 1  Two Sicilies
Mushin Goal 21'
Qaraman Goal 50'57'
Abdullah Goal 82'
Report Cappuccilli Goal 75'
Sannat Ground, Sannat
Referee: Aaron Refalo (Malta)

1 June 2010
17:30 CET
Provence  0 – 1  Two Sicilies
Report Cappuccilli Goal 5' (pen.)
Sannat Ground, Sannat
Referee: Luciano Casnati (Italy)

2 June 2010
17:30 CET
Iraqi Kurdistan  3 – 2  Provence
Qaraman Goal 31'90+5'
Rahman Goal 35'
Report pen.)
Sannat Ground, Sannat
Referee: Antonio Guida (Italy)

Knockout stage

Semi-finals Final
4 June – Sannat
  Iraqi Kurdistan  2  
  Occitania  1  
 
5 June – Xewkija
      Iraqi Kurdistan  0
    Padania  1
Third place
4 June – Xewkija 5 June – Sannat
  Padania  2   Occitania  2
  Two Sicilies  0     Two Sicilies  0

Semi-Finals


4 June 2010
17:30 CET
Iraqi Kurdistan  2 – 1  Occitania
Qamaran Goal 71'
Mohamed Goal 82'
Report Gamet Goal 37'
Sannat Ground, Sannat
Referee: Antonio Guida (Italy)

4 June 2010
19:30 CET
Padania  2 – 0  Two Sicilies
Nannini Goal 62'
Ganz Goal 86'
Report
Gozo Stadium, Xewkija
Referee: Karim Azad Hatim (Kurdistan)

5th Place Match


4 June 2010
15:30 CET
Gozo  2 – 1  Provence
Buttigieg Goal 59'
Camilleri Goal 89'
Report Juan Goal 19' (pen.)
Gozo Stadium, Xewkija
Referee: Aaron Fenech (Malta)

3rd Place Match


5 June 2010
14:00 CET
Occitania  2 – 0  Two Sicilies
Taillan Goal 28'
Gamet Goal 90+3'
Report
Sannat Ground, Sannat
Referee: Luciano Casnati (Italy)

Final

5 June 2010
18:00 CET
Iraqi Kurdistan  0 – 1  Padania
Report Mosti Goal 24'
Gozo Stadium, Xewkija
Referee: Mario Mazzoleni (Italy)


 VIVA World Cup 2010 Winners 

Padania
Third title

Goalscorers

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