MVFF Superleague 2018

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MVFF Superleague
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Season2017-2018
ChampionsTBC

Overview

The MVFF Superleague 2018 will be the second edition of the competition and the first under its new name. The MVFF Superleague is the most prestigious club competition of the MVFF. This edition of the competition will feature 16 teams, 12 more than the last edition. The final of the competition will be played at Stadion Srbika in Serbica which has a virtual capacity of 48,000. The winner of the competition will play in the MVFF Supercup.

Association team allocation

They are currently six micronations which are eligible to enter clubs into the MVFF Superleague. Allocation is shown below:

Micronation Number of clubs entering Qualifying Number of clubs entering the group stage
Coria N/A 4
PolishRepublicOfFreeland.png Polish Republic of Freeland N/A 4
Florian Republic N/A 3
2nd Flag.jpeg Perisia 1 2
Oldhavenflag.svg Oldhaven 1 2
Serbica.png Serbica 2 0

Association ranking

Rank Association Coeff. Teams
1 CoriaFlag.png Coria 4
2 PolishRepublicOfFreeland.png Polish Republic of Freeland 4
3 Florian Republicflag.svg Florian Republic 3
4 2nd Flag.jpeg Perisia 3
5 Oldhavenflag.svg Oldhaven 3
6 Serbica.png Serbica 2

Qualified Teams

Group stage
Oldhavenflag.svg VFC Seven Swords Oldhavenflag.svg VFC Disc Winner of Qualifiers
Coria League winner Coria League Runner-Up Coria League Third Place
Coria Fourth Place PolishRepublicOfFreeland.png Pnica United PolishRepublicOfFreeland.png Wolf Viten
PolishRepublicOfFreeland.png FC Polonia Viten PolishRepublicOfFreeland.png KS Bruk Glavat Florian Republic League Winner
Florian Republic Runner-Up Florian Republic Third Place Perisia League Winner Perisa League Runner-Up
Qualifiers
Oldhavenflag.svg VFC Wizards Serbica League Winner Serbica League Runner-Up Perisia Third Place

Qualifiers

In the qualifiers, the four teams will be randomly drawn and matches will be played on two-legged home-and-away ties. The Playoff Final winner will subsequently qualify for the Group Stages of the competition whilst the three playoff losers will be transferred to the MVFF Dualiga Group Stages.

Group Stages

The 16 teams will be drawn into four groups and they will be restrictions implemented to make sure teams from the same micronation do not draw each other.

Groups will be played in a Round Robin format with each team playing home and away. The Winners and Runner-ups of each group will qualify for the Quarter Finals. The bottom team of each group will be eliminated, and the two best third-place teams will be transferred to the quarter-finals of the MVFF Dualiga.