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The '''Fifteenth World Cup tournament''' took place from 1 October to 28 November 2010 (the year this country also hosted the real-life FIFA world cup).
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The '''Fifteenth World Cup tournament''' took place in South Africa from 1 October to 28 November 2010 (the year this country also hosted the real-life FIFA world cup).
 
[[File:Hatsticks.png|thumb|link=Hatsticks|'''South Africa 2010 - Official Sticker Album''' was <u>Hatsticks</u> last big project]]
 
[[File:Hatsticks.png|thumb|link=Hatsticks|'''South Africa 2010 - Official Sticker Album''' was <u>Hatsticks</u> last big project]]
 
124 national teams (no new entrants) played a total of 840 matches in the 16 groups of qualification in order to define the  
 
124 national teams (no new entrants) played a total of 840 matches in the 16 groups of qualification in order to define the  

Latest revision as of 02:39, 22 July 2020

World Cup XV
Tournament details
Host Republic of South Africa
Season(s) Seasons 42-43
14 May 2010 - 28 Nov. 2010
Teams 124
Final positions
Champions Flag of Norge.PNG
Norge
Runner-up  Bolivia
Semi-finalists  Sverige
 Schweiz 
Tournament statistics
Matches played 927 
Goals scored Morten Hansen
9 goals
WC XIV WC XVI

The Fifteenth World Cup tournament took place in South Africa from 1 October to 28 November 2010 (the year this country also hosted the real-life FIFA world cup).

South Africa 2010 - Official Sticker Album was Hatsticks last big project

124 national teams (no new entrants) played a total of 840 matches in the 16 groups of qualification in order to define the 32 participants to the final stage held in South Africa, the country that also hosted the real-life FIFA world cupin 2010. Anyway, in this tournament the host South Africa failed to qualify.

In semi-finals two scandinavians team look forward to replay the final of World cup IV, but Sverige was surprisingly defeated by Bolivia 0-2 and only Norge found the way to the final defeating Schweiz 3-2. The last game is a triumphant parade for the Norwegians that secure the country's second world title with a 2-0 to Bolivia.

Norway also had the top scorer player Morten Hansen among its ranks. He scored 9 goals.

Group Stage

Round I (Qualification)

This round started on 14/05/2010 at 20:00.

Group #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8
Group 1 Belgium Singapore South Africa Venezuela Panama Ghana Honduras -
Group 2 Oceania Greece Republic of Ireland Azerbaijan Wales Brunei Iran -
Group 3 Poland Switzerland Chile Taiwan Turkey Northern Ireland Yemen -
Group 4 Finland Portugal Ukraine USA Ecuador Jordan Kazakhstan -
Group 5 Bulgaria England Russia El Salvador Colombia Indonesia Benin Qatar
Group 6 Italy Cyprus Spain Belarus Estonia Mozambique Andorra Kenya
Group 7 Moldova Croatia Malaysia Israel Lebanon Kyrgyzstan Senegal Montenegro
Group 8 Canada Scotland Iceland Bahrain Paraguay Cape Verde Suriname Nicaragua
Group 9 Denmark Lithuania Nigeria Faroe Islands Barbados Iraq North Macedonia Morocco
Group 10 Slovenia United Arab Emirates Czech Republic Guatemala Hong Kong South Korea Costa Rica Tanzania
Group 11 Germany Peru France Brazil Georgia Austria Ivory Coast Maldives
Group 12 Slovakia Latvia Serbia Thailand Jamaica Kampuchea Malta Kuwait
Group 13 Romania Norway Uruguay India Algeria Vietnam Saudi Arabia Mongolia
Group 14 Bolivia Hungary Egypt Trinidad & Tobago Mexico Philippines Angola Uganda
Group 15 Argentina Japan Bosnia & Herzegovina Luxembourg Bangladesh Oman Armenia Pakistan
Group 16 Netherlands Sweden China Albania Dominican Republic Liechtenstein Syria Tunisia


Round II

This round started on 01/10/2010 at 20:00 and was played in South Africa.

Group 1

Team Pts GD
 Danmark 9 +9
 Lietuva 6 -1
 Singapore 3 -3
 Oceania 0 -5

Group 2

Team Pts GD
 Nederland 6 +4
 Sverige 6 -1
 Suomi 3 -1
 Portugal 3 -2

Group 3

Team Pts GD
 Slovensko 9 +5
 Schweiz 6 +3
 Bulgaria 3 -2
 Scotland 0 -6

Group 4

Team Pts GD
 Bolivia 5 +1
 România 4 0
 Hellas 4 0
 Hrvatska 3 -1

Group 5

Team Pts GD
 Belgium 7 +8
 Moldova 7 +4
 Perú 3 0
 United Arab Emirates 0 -12

Group 6

Team Pts GD
 Italia 9 +8
 Latvija 6 +3
 Nippon 3 0
 Canada 0 -11

Group 7

Team Pts GD
 Magyarország 6 +3
 Slovenija 4 +2
 England 4 -2
 Deutschland 2 -3

Group 8

Team Pts GD
 Norge 6 +2
 Polska 6 +1
 Argentina 3 -1
 Cyprus 3 -2


Round III

This round started on 05/11/2010 at 20:00 and was played in South Africa.

Group 1

Team Pts GD
 Moldova 7 +2
 Bolivia 4 -1
 România 4 -1
 Danmark 1 -2

Group 2

Team Pts GD
 Italia 9 +7
 Norge 6 +4
 Slovenija 1 -5
 Latvija 1 -6

Group 3

Team Pts GD
 Sverige 6 +1
 Schweiz 4 +1
 Magyarország 4 -1
 Slovensko 2 -1

Group 4

Team Pts GD
 Lietuva 6 +1
 Nederland 6 +1
 Polska 3 0
 Belgium 3 -2


Round IV

This round started on 15/11/2010 20:00 and was played in South Africa.

Group 1

Team Pts GD
 Bolivia 7 +4
 Norge 4 +1
 Lietuva 3 0
 Italia 1 -5

Group 2

Team Pts GD
 Schweiz 6 +5
 Sverige 5 +1
 Moldova 4 -3
 Nederland 1 -3


Knockout Stage

Semi-finals   Final
           
26 November 2010 - Whirlwind Arena      
  Norge  3
28 November 2010 - Field of Dreams
  Schweiz  2  
  Bolivia  0
26 November 2010 - Field of Dreams
      Norge  2
  Sverige  0
 
  Bolivia  2  


Semi-Finals

This round started on 26/11/2010 at 20:00 and was played in South Africa.

ID Match Result
(302158241)  Norge 3 - 2  Schweiz
(302158242)  Bolivia 2 - 0  Sverige

Final

This round started on 28/11/2010 at 20:00 and was played in South Africa.

ID Match Result
(302697295)  Bolivia 0 - 2  Norge


HT Announcements

Official Hattrick Announcement
South Africa hosts World Cup XV 27/4/2010
While celebrations for new World Cup holders Greece may still rage on, it is time for the other national teams in Hattrick to set out on a new campaign, with new teams and fresh hopes. The 15th Hattrick World Cup will be played in South Africa, with qualifications starting in mid-May and the final kicking off on November 28. Molweni!
Official Hattrick Announcement
Norway won the World Cup 29/11/2010
Sweden has done it, Germany as well, and now also Norway has won the World Cup more than once! Because late yesterday evening in the World Cup final on Field of Dreams in South Africa, Norway beat Bolivia by 2-0, after having scored early goals in both the first and second half.

Congratulations Norway and their Italian coach regia5.

World Cup

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