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2011 Kalama Spring Cup
The logo of the 2011 Kalama Spring Cup.
Tournament details
Host country Flag of Puget Duwamish
Dates 3 April–17 April 2011
Teams 12
Venues 6 (in 4 host cities)
Tournament statistics
Matches played 35

The 2011 Kalama Spring Cup will be the inaugural Kalama Spring Cup and will take place from 3 April to 17 April 2011.

ParticipantsEdit

During the halftime show of DSN's broadcast of the 2010 Kalama Winter Cup final, Duwamish Soccer Federation (DSF) President Donald Park announced the tournament, the date of the group draw, and the twelve participating teams. The teams included co-hosts Duwamish and its under-20 squad, Atlantic Federation, Cincinatti, Escambia, Inuslo, Linktoria, Lisieux, New Chandler, Rorysville, South Chesapeake and Sylvadia. Duwamish U20 was later dropped in favor of Æscgeard on November 26, 2010.[1] Posillipo and Marx replaced Atlantic Federation and Sylvadia, respectively, on January 20, 2011.[2][3]

Group drawEdit

The group draw was staged in Kalama, Duwamish, on 20 November 2010 at the Kalama Convention Center. The ceremony was presented by Duwamish Soccer Federation President Donald Park, assisted by an AIFF official. The pots were hollow green soccer balls made of timber from Douglar firs in Goodwin. The results were that Group A consisted of the co-hosts Duwamish, New Chandler, Linktoria and South Chesapeake. Group B had the other co-hosts Duwamish's under-20 squad,[1] Rorysville, Lisieux and Cincinatti. Escambia, Inuslo, Atlantic Federation and Sylvadia made up Group C.[2][3]

SeedingEdit

The criteria for the seeding was released on 19 November 2010 and was based solely upon the October 2010 AIFF World Rankings. The highest ranked team (Escambia) joined Pot A with the co-hosts, Duwamish and its under-20 squad.[1] Pot B consisted of the next three highest ranked teams, New Chandler, Rorysville, and Insulo, and this method was also used in pots C (Lisieux, Linktoria, and Atlantic Federation) and D (Cincinatti, Sylvadia, and South Chesapeake).[2][3]

Pot Association World Ranking
October 2010
A Flag of Puget Duwamish (co-hosts) 2
Flag of Puget Duwamish U20 (co-hosts)[1] N/A
Flag of Escambia Escambia 1
B Flag of New Chandler New Chandler 6
Flag of Rorysville Rorysville 7
Flag of Insulo Insulo 8
C Flag of Lisieux Lisieux 9
Flag of Linktoria Linktoria 15
Flag of Atlantic Federation Atlantic Federation[2] 17
D Flag of Cincinnati Cincinatti 24
Flag of Sylvadia Sylvadia[3] 34
Flag of South Chesapeake South Chesapeake 35

PotsEdit

Pot 1 (Co-hosts & Top ranked) Pot 2 (2nd–4th ranked) Pot 3 (5th–7th ranked) Pot 4 (8th–10th ranked)

Flag of Puget Duwamish
Flag of Puget Duwamish U20[1]
Flag of Escambia Escambia

Flag of New Chandler New Chandler
Flag of Rorysville Rorysville
Flag of Insulo Insulo

Flag of Lisieux Lisieux
Flag of Linktoria Linktoria
Flag of Atlantic Federation Atlantic Federation[2]

Flag of Cincinnati Cincinatti
Flag of Sylvadia Sylvadia[3]
Flag of South Chesapeake South Chesapeake

The basic draw procedure was to draw out the pots starting from Pot 1. One team from each pot would be placed, in order of being drawn, into one of three groups from A to C. After each team was allocated to a group, its position in the group was based on ranking. This determined the team's placement in the predetermined fixture schedule. The seeded teams were automatically placed in their group's Position 1.

PreperationsEdit

VenuesEdit

Cowlitz Easton
Cowlitz Riverside Stadium EMG Center Easton Park
Capacity: 30,000 Capacity: 25,000 Capacity: 20,000
Cowlitz Riverside Stadium daytime Coyotes Park daytime Easton Park daytime
Kalama Montero
Kalama Stadium Koalas Stadium Montero Stadium
Capacity: 90,000 Capacity: 40,000 Capacity: 45,000
Kalama Stadium daytime Koalas Stadium daytime Montero Stadium daytime

RefereesEdit

AIFF's Referee's Committee will select thirty referees through its Refereeing Assistance Program to officiate at the Kalama Spring Cup, two from each participating nation as well as six from non-participants.

SquadsEdit

Main article: 2011 Kalama Spring Cup squads

First roundEdit

The twelve teams that qualify are to be divided into three groups. The top two teams in each group advanced to the knockout stage along with the best two of the third-place teams, filling out the knockout field of eight.

Key to colours in group tables
Group winners, runners-up, and best two third-placed teams advance to the quarter-finals

Group AEdit

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Flag of Puget Duwamish -
Flag of Linktoria Linktoria -
Flag of New Chandler New Chandler -
Flag of South Chesapeake South Chesapeake -

Group BEdit

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Flag of Æscgeard Æscgeard -
Flag of Cincinnati Cincinatti -
Flag of Lisieux Lisieux -
Flag of Rorysville Rorysville -

Group CEdit

Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
Flag of Escambia Escambia -
Flag of Insulo Insulo -
Flag of Marx Marx -
Flag of Posillipo Posillipo -

Ranking of third-placed teamsEdit

Grp Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
AFlag of New Chandler New Chandler -
BFlag of Lisieux Lisieux -
CFlag of Insulo Insulo -

Knockout roundEdit

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                   
12 April – Kalama        
   
15 April – Kalama
     
   
12 April – Kalama
         
   
17 April – Kalama
     
   
13 April – Montero    
     
   
15 April – Montero
     
    Third place
13 April – Cowlitz
          17 April – Montero
   
   
     
   
 

Quarter-finalsEdit

Semi-finalsEdit

Third place playoffEdit

FinalEdit

Main article: 2011 Kalama Spring Cup Final

StatisticsEdit

GoalscorersEdit

DisciplineEdit

AwardsEdit

All-Star TeamEdit

Post-tournament team rankingEdit

SymbolsEdit

MascotEdit

Match ballEdit

Event effectsEdit

MediaEdit

BroadcastingEdit

FilmingEdit

Video gamesEdit

NotesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Duwamish U20 was replaced by Æscgeard on November 26, 2010.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Posillipo replaced Atlantic Federation on January 20, 2011.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 Marx replaced Sylvadia on January 20, 2011.