Bloodbath World Cup 2010

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2010 WBA Bloodbath World Cup
Teams 32 (from 204 entrants)
Host South Africa
Champions TBA
Matches Played 64
Kills Scored TBA
Attendance TBA
Total Deaths TBA

The Bloodbath World Cup 2010 will be the 5th Bloodbath World Cup since the first one was held in 1994 in the United States. South Africa will host the tournament because of the voting.

South Africa 2010[edit]

Many bids were put in the tournament. South Africa, Spain, Thailand, Brazil, a 2-country bid from Mexico/USA, a 4-country bid from North Korea/South Korea/Japan/People's Republic of China and even a 5-way bid from England/Scotland/Wales/Northern Ireland/Republic of Ireland (don't tell me how they could pull that off) all bided for the cup. South Africa won. Because Mexico and the USA came in 2nd, they will host the Bloodbath Women's World Cup 2011.


City Stadium Host club(s) Capacity
Johannesburg Soccer City Johannesburg Mfecane 94,900
Durban Moses Mabhida Stadium Durban Mobsters 70,000
Cape Town Cape Town Stadium Cape Town Picklers 69,070
Johannesburg (again) Ellis Park Stadium Johannesburg Trad Bricks 62,567
Pretoria Lotus Versfield Stadium Pretoria Ronalds 51,760
Port Elizabeth Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium Port Elizabeth Magyars 48,000
Bloemfontein Vodacom Park Bloemfontein Aliens 48,000
Polokwane Peter Mokaba Stadium Polokwane Vegetables 46,000
Nelspruit Mbombela Stadium Nelspruit Spaceguys 43,500
Rustenburg Royal Bafokeng Stadium Rustenburg Lightning McQueens 96,000



22 November 2009
Icons-flag-dz.png Algeria 2-0 Egypt Icons-flag-eg.png Algiers
Al-Hubzaman, Al-Odoler 0:90
In this exciting match in Algiers, Algeria needed to win Egypt by 2 kills because they lost 1-0 in the previous game in Cairo. If Egypt lost by 1 kill but scored a kill(s), they would still book there ticket. If they tied, they would go. When the Egyptian anthem played, Algerians started throwing McDonald's cheeseburgers at the players. 2 Algerians were sent off and 3 Egyptians too. One player had to go to the hospital due to a beating in the lockers. Before stoppage time in the first half, Al-Hubzaman scored, ripping King Tut's head off. And during stoppage time near the end of the game, Al-Odoler scored. Preventing the game from going to extra time and giving Algeria their fair place in the finals.
14 November 2009
Icons-flag-ng.png Nigeria 5-0 Kerguelen Icons-flag-ke.png Abuja
Sallah (3), Death Eagle (2) 0:90
In a pretty easy game for Nigeria, they defeated lowly Kerguelen Islands 5-0. Sallah got a hat trick in 2 minutes. He took a dump during half time. Death Eagle used his wisdom to convince 2 Kerguelen Islanders to commit suicide. Tunisia lost 1-0 to Madagascar in another match, putting Nigeria on top of their group.
14 November 2009
Icons-flag-cm.png Cameroon 11-0 Norfolk Island Icons-flag-nf.png Doula
Divine Meteor 0:90
A meteor struck and killed all the Norfolk players. I AM SERIOUS.
14 November 2009
Icons-flag-gh.png Ghana 2-1 (after extra time) Morocco Icons-flag-ma.png Accra
Adebotn, Gabi Kingston 0:90 El Douglas
In a exiting match between 2 powerhouses of Africa, Ghana won Morocco 2-1 in a critical match. The last match in Fez ended 1-1. The teams were tied in points and KD and kills scored, so whoever won goes to the Bloodbath World Cup. Adebotn opened up killing by scoring in the 8th minute. El Douglas scored a critical kill in the 86th minute, ruining celebrations. During the second half of extra time, Gabi Kingston scored to finally send Ghana to their first cup.
14 November 2009
Icons-flag-lr.png Liberia 0-1 Ivory Coast Icons-flag-ci.png Monrovia
0:90 Kayate
I'd LOVE to tell you about this game but sadly I can't. Bye!


6 June 2009
Icons-flag-au.png Australia 2-0 People's Republic of China Icons-flag-cn.png Sydney
Vidoka, Flat McDonald 0:90
Australia qualified by getting a win over China. During the Chinese anthem, Australians threw beer at Chinese fans. Riot police came to the stands, delaying the game. When the game started, Vidoka scored easily in just 3 minutes. Flat McDonald sealed the win with a 85th minute kill.
6 June 2009
Icons-flag-jp.png Japan 2-0 South Korea Icons-flag-kr.png Yokohama
Shogo, Rich Buddhist Guy 0:90
Japan booked their tickets to South Africa with a critical win over South Korea on June 6. The 2 rivals were going to duke it out in Yokohama in this summer battle. Shogo took a early lead for Japan as he used his motorcycle in style and decapitated Sum Yung Guy. Rich Buddhist Guy came out with his Ferrari and ran over some rich South Korean businessman. This secured Japan's 2-0 win over rivals South Korea
17 June 2009
Icons-flag-kr.png South Korea 2-0 Saudi Arabia Icons-flag-sa.png Seoul
Yu Smell Poo, Old Fan Lan 0:90
South Korea won Saudi Arabia 2-0. After losing 2-0 to rivals Japan, they needed to win this game. They won 2-0 with kills coming from Yu Smell Poo and Old Fan Lan. Saudi Arabia would have to face New Zealand in a inter-continental play-off.
17 June 2009
Icons-flag-cn.png China 0-1 North Korea Icons-flag-kp.png Shanghai
0:90 Kim Yong Poo
China had one more chance to get to the World Cup, by beating North Korea. The last qualifier between these two was a 1-1 draw in Pyongyang. If North Korea were going to win, they needed a good team. Kim Yong Poo scored a head shot late in the game, ruining Shanghai celebrations (all China needed was a draw). They would face Saudi Arabia in a play-off to see who faces New Zealand. Saudi Arabia won. But Saudi Arabia lost to New Zealand


Pot A Pot B Pot C Pot D

Icons-flag-za.png South Africa
Icons-flag-br.png Brazil
Icons-flag-es.png Spain
Icons-flag-nl.png Netherlands
Icons-flag-it.png Italy
Germany Flag 1.png Germany
Icons-flag-ar.png Argentina
England flag 1.png England

Icons-flag-au.png Australia
Icons-flag-jp.png Japan
Icons-flag-kp.png North Korea
Icons-flag-kr.png South Korea
Icons-flag-hn.png Honduras
Icons-flag-mx.png Mexico
Icons-flag-us.png United States
Icons-flag-nz.png New Zealand

Icons-flag-dz.png Algeria
Icons-flag-cm.png Cameroon
Icons-flag-ci.png Ivory Coast
Icons-flag-gh.png Ghana
Icons-flag-ng.png Nigeria
Icons-flag-cl.png Chile
Icons-flag-py.png Paraguay
Icons-flag-uy.png Uruguay

Icons-flag-dk.png Denmark
France flag 1.png France
Icons-flag-gr.png Greece
Icons-flag-pt.png Portugal
Icons-flag-rs.png Serbia
Icons-flag-sk.png Slovakia
Icons-flag-si.png Slovenia
Icons-flag-ch.png Switzerland

Now, with that out of the way, ITS TIME FOR DEATHS! MU HA HA HA HA. Oh wait, it does not start until June! CRAPBURGERS! At least I can tell you the groups!

Group Stage[edit]

Group A[edit]

Team Pts W D L KF KA KD
Icons-flag-za.png South Africa 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Icons-flag-kr.png South Korea 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Icons-flag-cl.png Chile 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Icons-flag-sk.png Slovakia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
11 June 2010
South Africa Icons-flag-za.png vs Icons-flag-kr.png South Korea Johannesburg
11 June 2010
Chile Icons-flag-cl.png vs Icons-flag-sk.png Slovakia Cape Town
16 June 2010
South Africa Icons-flag-za.png vs Icons-flag-cl.png Chile Pretoria
17 June 2010
Slovakia Icons-flag-sk.png vs Icons-flag-kr.png South Korea Polokwane
22 June 2010
South Korea Icons-flag-kr.png vs Icons-flag-cl.png Chile Rustenburg
22 June 2010
Slovakia Icons-flag-sk.png vs Icons-flag-za.png South Africa Bloeomfontein

Group B[edit]

Team Pts W D L KF KA KD
Icons-flag-es.png Spain 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Icons-flag-kp.png North Korea 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Icons-flag-dz.png Algeria 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Icons-flag-rs.png Serbia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
12 June 2010
Algeria Icons-flag-dz.png vs Icons-flag-rs.png Serbia Port Elizabeth
12 June 2010
Spain Icons-flag-es.png vs Icons-flag-kp.png North Korea Johannesburg
17 June 2010
Spain Icons-flag-es.png vs Icons-flag-dz.png Algeria Johannesburg
17 June 2010
Serbia Icons-flag-rs.png vs Icons-flag-kp.png North Korea Bloemfontein
22 June 2010
Serbia Icons-flag-rs.png vs Icons-flag-es.png Spain Polokwane
22 June 2010
North Korea Icons-flag-kp.png vs Icons-flag-dz.png Algeria Durban

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