GL Overview


THE HTUM GOLDEN LEAGUE

The Golden League is the (not so) friendly competition of the HTUM Federation; each game against another fed member is counted towards the ultimate glory. The Golden League kicked of on July 27, 2011 when the Flaming Wodkas FC and the Horus Falcons met for the very first time, starting one of many rivalries in the federation.

Golden League Games
Season 1: 113 games (July 2011 – February 2012)
Season 2: 156 games (March 2012 – September 2012)
Season 3: 182 games (October 2012 – May 2013)
Season 4: 263 games (May 2013 – December 2013)
Season 5: 366 games (January 2014 – November 2014)
Season 6: 209 games (December 2014 – July 2015)
Season 7: 170 games (July 2015 – February 2016)
Season 8: 195 games (March 2016 – September 2016)
Season 9: 230 games (October 2016 – May 2017)
Season 10: xxx games (June 2017 – xxx)

Total: 1.884 games

Individual seasons
Season 1
Season 2
Season 3
Season 4
Season 5
Season 6
Season 7
Season 8
Season 9
Season 10

GOLDEN LEAGUE TOP THREE

Season 1
1. Krosnianka Karpaty Krosno (Poland)
2. Vi Flaesker Jer (Denmark)
3. Warsaw Scousers (Poland)

Season 2
1. FC Rünenberg (Switzerland)
2. Los Mejores Fútbol Club (Brasil)
3. Krosnianka Karpaty Krosno (Poland)

Season 3
1. Krosnianka Karpaty Krosno (Poland)
2. Rising Vikings (Sweden)
3. Rochdale United (England)

Season 4
1. FC X-Team (Romania)
2. Krosnianka Karpaty Krosno (Poland)
3. Rochdale United (England)

Season 5
1. FC X-Team (Romania)
2. Rochdale United (England)
3. Pig Hunters (Oceania) and Los Mejores Fútbol Club (Brasil)

Season 6
1. Wincobank Ironopolis (England)
2. FC Rünenberg (Switzerland)
3. Mighty Karak Chai FC (India)

Season 7
1. The Warriors of Sahura (Egypt)
2. Mighty Karak Chai FC (India)
3. Men_of_Mayhem (England)

Season 8
1. AS Uijeongbu 07 (Hanguk)
2. Mighty Karak Chai FC (India)
3. The Warriors of Sahura (Egypt)

Season 9
1. AS Uijeongbu 07 (Hanguk)
2. MDCCCLV (England)
3. FC Prague Slivers (Czech Republic)

 

GOLDEN LEAGUE FINALS: The Stadiums

Season 1: Wittelsbacher Klasse (Andhra Pradesh, India) of Langer House — 2.474 fans

Season 2: MS Park (Odense, Denmark) of MS Odense — 3.076 fans

Season 3: Waegeri Park (Gyeonggi-do, Hanguk) of AS Uijeongbu 07 — 2.014 fans

Season 4: Per-Usir (Cairo, Egypt) of The Warriors of Sahura — 3.502 fans

Season 5: —

Season 6: —

Season 7: Springfield Park (Greater Manchester, England) of Men_of_Mayhem — 4.046 fans

Season 8: Raszków Arena (Dolnośląskie, Poland) of Flaming Wodkas FC — 4.439 fans

Season 9: Fort Dansborg (Thrangambadi, Tamil Nadu, India) of Tranquebar Football Club — 4.367 fans

 

GOLDEN LEAGUE THIRD PLACE FINALS: The Stadiums

Season 1: Sommerville Super Stadium (Victoria, Oceania) of Evil Incorporated — 3.042 fans

Season 2: Sutter’s Mill (Basel, Switzerland) of FC Rünenberg — 1.870 fans

Season 3: Stadium Arcadium (Podkarpackie, Poland) of Krosnianka Karpaty Krosno – 3.470 fans

Season 4: Willison Park (Victoria, Oceania) of Camberwell Cobras — 3.174 fans

Season 5: —

Season 6: —

Season 7: Heemskerk Stadium (Noord-Holland, Netherlands) of Heemskerk FC — 3.837 fans

Season 8: Raszków Arena (Dolnośląskie, Poland) of Raszków Jazz — 3.792 fans

Season 9: The Hill Fort (Yorkshire, England) of Wincobank Ironopolis —- xxx fans

NB: The finals of GL-seasons 5 and 6 were decided during a single match on neutral ground.

About the Author

Born in England, reborn in Poland, living the dream on Hattrick. I am the creator of 'The Golden League', which if you don't yet know what it is... you aren't getting the best out of HT ;) I am also a board member of the HTU Managers Federation, which I heartily recommend to all HT users as an established, supportive and amazing community with huge resources to help you make a brilliant blog for your team, and to help your teams succeed. Hope to see you there.