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The Unofficial World Championship for national football teams in real life: [http://www.rsssf.com/miscellaneous/unoff-wc.html|a Rsssf unofficial WC]
 
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[[Bulgarian Unofficial Championship]]

Revision as of 21:44, 28 November 2005

The Unofficial World Championship is a championship with the same intention as the world champion title in boxing. Whoever beats the current world champion becomes the new world champion. One first match has to be found so the titlefights can start. Official Hattrick matches, and friendlies decide who wins the title.

The idea of this type of championship was found on the internet and posted on global. There the idea of doing the same for Hattrick was born, and GornikWalbrzych started in making the championship lists.

After a little while people not only started to make the lists of the National Teams and U-20 teams, but also for Clubteams. The idea of the Unofficial National Championship was born, where only clubteams from one country can take over the title, so international friendlies won't count as championship matches.

Links to different categories of the championships:
Category:Unofficial_World_Championships
Category:Unofficial_National_Championships

The Unofficial World Championship for national football teams in real life: Rsssf unofficial WC

See Also

Bulgarian Unofficial Championship