Prince Roy Cup V

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Prince Roy Cup V
Tournament details
Season(s) 62 (53rd Sealand)
Teams 4
Final positions
Champions Flag of Zuid-Holland.png Appy United (1st title)
Runner-up Flag of Noord-Brabant.png RKTVV
Third place Flag of Overijssel.png Jostifc 
Fourth place Flag of Overijssel.png Angels United
Tournament statistics
Matches played
Goals scored 34 (4.25 per match)
Top scorer South Korea In-Hwan Cho
Czech Republic Jaromír Ryšánek
(3 goals)
IV VI

Prince Roy Cup V was the fifth edition of the Prince Roy Cup, a friendly competition in the Sealand federation for teams that were not able to compete in the Sealand Cup. The tournament was held in (Dutch) season 62, with the final being played at Upside Down Arena on 29 January 2020. Appy United defeated former winner RKTVV with 3–0 to win their first Prince Roy Cup. Title holders De Snelle Jelles did not compete.

Participating teams

Eight teams were not able to compete in Sealand Cup XLIV because they were still active in a cup competition. Two of them (Ad Maiorem Mei Gloriam and Ferrari) could not participate in the Prince Roy Cup as they were eliminated after the Prince Roy Cup had begun. Two others (Fc Ajax Sneek 08 and Real Lutjegast) elected not to compete in the Prince Roy Cup. Title holders De Snelle Jelles would have been eligible as they were not able to compete in Sealand Cup XLIV, but they did not enter.

RKTVV had participated in all four previous editions of the Prince Roy Cup. Two teams participated for the first time.

Team Manager Participation Best Result Best Sealand Cup Result
Netherlands Ad Maiorem Mei Gloriam Kasperge N/A Did not participate Fourth Place (XXIX)
Netherlands Angels United ATF-Jolien99 1st Début Quarterfinals (XXX)
Netherlands Appy United Appiy 3rd Fifth Place (I) Champion (XXXIX)
Netherlands Ferrari Schumi N/A Did not participate No participation
Netherlands Jostifc DenJos 1st Début No participation
Netherlands RKTVV Luniz1 5th Champion (I, II, III) Champion (XXXI, XXXIII, XXXIV, XXXV, XXXVII)

Round and Draw Dates

Phase Round Draw date Match dates
Group Stage Matchday 1 1 January 2020
(Heeze, The Netherlands)
8 January 2020 (Week 12)
Matchday 2 15 January 2020 (Week 13)
Matchday 3 22 January 2020 (Week 14)
Finals Stage Finals None 29 January 2020 (Week 15)

Seeding

The four participants played in a single group, so only the match order and home advantage for each match was drawn. The table below lists the participants based on their result in Prince Roy Cup IV and their Sealand-Coefficient (which was determined by results in all previous Sealand Cups). This ranking would have been used to seed the teams if they were to be divided into multiple groups.

Pot I

Rank Team PRC IV Coeff.
1. Flag of Noord-Brabant.png RKTVV 2 20.78
2. Flag of Zuid-Holland.png Appy United 6 42.61
3. Flag of Overijssel.png Angels United 25.26
4. Flag of Overijssel.png Jostifc 0.00

Group Stage

The Group Stage of the fifth Prince Roy Cup ran from 8 to 29 January 2020.

Format

The four participating teams played each other in a single round-robin format, playing the other teams once (one match at home, one match away and one match at a neutral venue). Each team earned 3 points for a win in regular time, 2 points for a win after extra time or after a penalty shoot-out, 1 point for a loss after extra time or after a penalty shoot-out and 0 points for a loss in regular time. For goal difference purposes, winning after extra time or after a penalty shoot-out counted as a single golden goal. This point system is comparable to the system used by the (real-life) IIHF for international ice hockey matches.

The schedule was fixed to guarantee that the last group match would matter for first and/or second place in the group. Because of this, the two winners of the first round were scheduled to play each other during the second week.

The two highest-ranked teams would play against each other in the final. The third and fourth-ranked teams would compete against each other for bronze in the small final. If teams were level on points, the head-to-head results would determine which team was ranked higher.

Group Stage

Team MP W W+ L+ L GF GA GD Pts
Flag of Noord-Brabant.png RKTVV 3 3 0 0 0 10 1 + 9 9
Flag of Zuid-Holland.png Appy United 3 2 0 0 1 10 5 + 5 6
Flag of Overijssel.png Jostifc 3 1 0 0 2 5 6 – 1 3
Flag of Overijssel.png Angels United 3 0 0 0 3 3 16 – 13 0
8 January 2020 (17:10)
Angels United Flag of Overijssel.png 1 - 6 Flag of Zuid-Holland.png Appy United Angels United Arena
(652947274)
8 January 2020 (17:10)
RKTVV Flag of Noord-Brabant.png 1 - 0 Flag of Overijssel.png Jostifc De Thuisfluiters Arena
(652950919)


15 January 2020 (17:10)
Appy United Flag of Zuid-Holland.png 1 - 3 Flag of Noord-Brabant.png RKTVV Het IJskonijnenhol
(653051625)
15 January 2020 (17:10)
Jostifc Flag of Overijssel.png 4 - 2 Flag of Overijssel.png Angels United Lelie-arena
(653032736)


22 January 2020 (17:10)
RKTVV Flag of Noord-Brabant.png 6 - 0 Flag of Overijssel.png Angels United Upside Down Arena (De Rodenburcht)
(653119690)
22 January 2020 (17:10)
Jostifc Flag of Overijssel.png 1 - 3 Flag of Zuid-Holland.png Appy United Wouter-Jan van der Westen Azure Bowl (AC Luna Spirit)
(653076374)

Finals Stage

The next stage of the tournament was the Finals Stage. All teams qualified for this stage, with the match they qualified for depending on the position that they finished the group stage in.

Draw

The highest-ranked team would play the second-highest-ranked team in the final and the third- and fourth-highest ranked teams would play each other in the small final.

The matches were played at a neutral venue. Upside Down Arena , the home stadium of De Rodenburcht (reigning Hattrick Masters champion, as well as winners of the Eredivisie and KNVB Beker that season), was selected as host of the final.

Small Final

29 January 2020 (17:10)
Jostifc Flag of Overijssel.png 3 - 0 Flag of Overijssel.png Angels United De Wouter-Jan van der Westen Azure Bowl (AC Luna Spirit)
(653182624)

Final

29 January 2020 (17:10)
RKTVV Flag of Noord-Brabant.png 0 - 3 Flag of Zuid-Holland.png Appy United Upside Down Arena (De Rodenburcht)
(653151030)
Prince Roy Cup V Champion
Flag of Zuid-Holland.png
Appy United
1st title

Top Goalscorers

In-Hwan Cho (Appy United) and Jaromír Ryšánek (RKTVV) became top scorer of the tournament with three goals each. The Golden Boot was awarded to In-Hwan Cho, as he scored more field goals. In total, 35 goals were scored by 25 different players.

Rank Name Team Goals
1 South Korea In-Hwan Cho Flag of Zuid-Holland.png Appy United 3
2 Czech Republic Jaromír Ryšánek Flag of Noord-Brabant.png RKTVV 3
3 Netherlands Tom Westmaas Flag of Zuid-Holland.png Appy United 2
4 Netherlands Ivar Blank Flag of Zuid-Holland.png Appy United 2
5 Netherlands Roël Embregts Flag of Zuid-Holland.png Appy United 2
6 Netherlands Mitchell Hennen Flag of Noord-Brabant.png RKTVV 2
7 Netherlands Henny van der Maar Flag of Overijssel.png Jostifc 2

  • In-Hwan Cho won the Golden Boot by virtue of scoring more field goals (two) than Jaromír Ryšánek (one).
  • Tom Westmaas won the Bronze Boot by virtue of scoring in more different matches (two) than Ivar Blank, Roël Embregts and Mitchell Hennen (one), while these four players were all ranked ahead of Henny van der Maar because they scored more field goals (two) then Henny van der Maar (none). Blank, Embregts and Hennen were ranked according to the importance of their goals.


No hat-tricks were scored during the tournament.

Disciplinary

Card Number
Red card (direct) 0
Red card (second yellow) 0
Yellow card 10

The Fair Play Award was won by RKTVV (no cards in four matches) with 34 points.

Rank Team Points
1 Flag of Noord-Brabant.png RKTVV 34
2 Flag of Zuid-Holland.png Appy United 28
3 Flag of Overijssel.png Jostifc 25
4 Flag of Overijssel.png Angels United 16

Trivia

  • The total attendance was 17,902 - an average of 2,238 per match.
  • The match with the highest attendance was the Group Stage match between RKTVV and Angels United (2,728).
  • The match with the lowest attendance was the Small Final between Jostifc and Angels United (1,951).
  • Roël Embregts (Appy United) scored the first goal of this tournament. Including the previous editions, 130 goals had been scored in the Prince Roy Cup.
  • The one hundredth goal in Prince Roy Cup history was an own goal scored by Marlon Mitschnacker (Angels United) to the benefit of Appy United.
  • The highest ratings were achieved by RKTVV (335 Hatstats) in the Group Stage match against Jostifc.
  • The highest-rated match was a Group Stage match (597 Hatstats) between RKTVV (335) and Jostifc (262).