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2012 Viva World Cup

2012 VIVA World Cup
Tournament details
Host country Iraqi Kurdistan
Dates 4–9 June
Teams (from 2 confederations)
Venue(s) (in 4 host cities)
Final positions
Champions  Iraqi Kurdistan (1st title)
Runners-up  Northern Cyprus
Third place  Zanzibar
Fourth place  Provence
Tournament statistics
Matches played 18
Goals scored 102 (5.67 per match)

The 2012 VIVA World Cup was the fifth VIVA World Cup, an international tournament for football open to non-FIFA-affiliated teams, played in the Iraqi Kurdistan. It marked a new record in the competition's history, with nine teams competing for the Nelson Mandela Trophy, from 4 to 9 June.[1] Al Iraqiya signed a television rights agreement with the NF-Board and the Kurdistan Football Association to broadcast all the matches.[2]

Participating teams

Team 2012 Pos. Participation
 Iraqi Kurdistan 1st 4th
 Northern Cyprus 2nd 1st
 Zanzibar 3rd 1st
 Provence 4th 4th
 Occitania 5th 4th
 Western Sahara 6th 1st
 Tamil Eelam 7th 1st
Raetia 8th 1st
Darfur[3] 9th 1st

Venues

City Stadium Capacity Event
Arbil Franso Hariri Stadium 40,000 Group stages and final
Duhok Duhok Stadium 20,000 Semi-finals
Sulaymaniyah Sulaymaniyah Stadium 15,000 Group stages
Arbil Brayati Stadium Group stages
Salahaddin Ararat Stadium Group stages

Squads

Group stage

Key to colours in group tables
Teams that advanced to the semi-finals

Group A

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Iraqi Kurdistan 2 2 0 0 7 0 +7 6
 Occitania 2 1 0 1 6 3 +3 3
 Western Sahara 2 0 0 2 2 12 −10 0
4 June 2012
20:00 AST
Iraqi Kurdistan  6–0  Western Sahara
Mushir Goal 12' (pen.)
Sherzad Goal 16'33'
Halgurd Goal 74'
Aziz Goal 82'90'
Report
Franso Hariri Stadium, Arbil
Attendance: 9,000
5 June 2012
17:00 AST
Western Sahara  2–6  Occitania
Budah Goal 52'
Malum Goal 56'
Report Flourens Goal 6'
Bertini Goal 12'14'
Amiel Goal 67'
Quéré Goal 72' (pen.)
Patrac Goal 75'
Ararat Stadium, Salahaddin
Attendance: 200
6 June 2012
17:00 AST
Occitania  0–1  Iraqi Kurdistan
Report Ismael Goal 28'
Sulaymaniyah Stadium, Sulaymaniyah
Attendance: 10,000

Group B

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Zanzibar 2 2 0 0 9 0 +9 6
Raetia 2 1 0 1 1 6 −5 3
 Tamil Eelam 2 0 0 2 0 4 −4 0
4 June 2012
22:00 AST
Zanzibar  6–0 Raetia
Mcha Goal 33'41'52'
Kassim Goal 51'
Juma Goal 88'90'
Report
5 June 2012
20:30 AST
Raetia 1–0  Tamil Eelam
Dudler Goal 83' Report
6 June 2012
21:30 AST
Tamil Eelam  0–3  Zanzibar
Mcha Goal 22'
Omar Goal 61'
Juma Goal 90'

Group C

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
 Provence 2 2 0 0 20 1 +19 6
 Northern Cyprus 2 1 0 1 16 2 +14 3
Darfur 2 0 0 2 0 33 −33 0
4 June 2012
17:00 AST
Northern Cyprus  15–0 Darfur
Turan Goal 11'17'23'44'50'90'
Çıdamlı Goal 14'76'81'
Börekçi Goal 21'
Kayalilar Goal 34'
Güvensoy Goal 46'61'63'
Yaşinses Goal 87'
Report
5 June 2012
22:30 AST
Darfur 0–18  Provence
Report Mdahoma Goal 4'
Zenafi Goal 5'40'59'
Copel Goal 19'32'59'68'75'
S.Abbes Goal 23'49'50'77'83'
Y.Abbes Goal 41'54'
Taba Goal 47'
Lescoualch Goal 66'
6 June 2012
23:30 AST
Provence  2–1  Northern Cyprus
Zenafi Goal 28'
Lescoualch Goal 35'
Tağman Goal 26'

Knockout stage

Semi-finals Final
8 June – Duhok
  Iraqi Kurdistan  2  
  Provence  1  
 
9 June – Arbil
      Iraqi Kurdistan  2
    Northern Cyprus  1
Third place
8 June – Duhok 9 June – Arbil
  Northern Cyprus  2   Provence  2
  Zanzibar  0     Zanzibar  7

9th Place Match

7 June 2012
17:30 AST
Western Sahara  5–1 Darfur
Budah Goal 31'85'
Malum Goal 80'
Maaruf Goal 87'
El Mami Goal 90'
Moubarak Goal 46'

5th–8th Place Semi-finals

7 June 2012
20:30 AST
Occitania  7–0  Tamil Eelam
Martinez Goal 30'51'
Patrac Goal 49'
Dalzon Goal 50'
Thomas Goal 64'
Massaré Goal 83'
Hernandez Goal 89'
8 June 2012
17:00 AST
Western Sahara  3–0  Raetia
Moulay Goal 59'
El Mami Goal 83'
Boiah Goal 87'

7th Place Match

9 June 2012
10:00 AST
Tamil Eelam  4–0  Raetia
Nagulendran Goal 59'67'71'
Sri Goal 79'
Report

5th Place Match

9 June 2012
11:00 AST
Occitania  3–1  Western Sahara
Thomas Goal 35'
Bertini Goal 55'
Amiel Goal 86'
Bijah Goal 90'

Semi-finals

8 June 2012
18:30 AST
Iraqi Kurdistan  2–1  Provence
Ismael Goal 2'59' Report Zenafi Goal 36'
Duhok Stadium, Duhok
Attendance: 12,500
8 June 2012
20:15 AST
Zanzibar  0–2  Northern Cyprus
Report Yaşinses Goal 58'
Kayalilar Goal 69' (pen.)

3rd Place Match

9 June 2012
16:30 AST
Provence  2–7  Zanzibar
Taba Goal 44'
Copel Goal 57'
Suleiman Goal 22'23'71'
Mcha Goal 35'68'90'
Kassim Goal 58'

Final

9 June 2012
19:00 AST
Iraqi Kurdistan  2–1  Northern Cyprus
Halgurd Goal 9' (pen.)
Siamand Goal 32'
Report Mohamad Goal 42' (og)
Franso Hariri Stadium, Arbil
Attendance: 22,000


 VIVA World Cup 2012 Winners 

Iraqi Kurdistan
First title

References

  1. ^ Arsalan Abdullah (31 May 2012). "2012 VIVA World Cup matches kick off Monday".  
  2. ^ "TV rights agreement". www.vivaworldcup2012.com. 5 June 2012. Retrieved 7 June 2012. 
  3. ^ [1]

External links

  • 2012 VIVA World Cup Official Site
  • NF Board Official Site
  • Twitter Updates
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