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Natsionalʹnye Sportivnye Assotsiatsii Trigunskoye
National Sports Association of Trigunia
Trigunian Sports Association Logo
Founded: 2650
Number of Clubs: 165
Domestic Cups: 52

Trigunians are fanatical sports fans. It has been speculated that during the years of Communist or totalitarian oppression, one of the few avenues of expression for Trigunians was through the playing or spectating of sporting events. Likewise, during those times, sports were subsidized and proved a cheap way to provide families and individuals with entertainment which drew large amounts of mixed-generational crowds. After generations of participating in fan organizations, spectating has become, in the words of one Trigunian sociologist, "the primary pastime of Trigunia". It is very generational obsession with spectating that entices Trigunians to continuously spend enormous amounts of time and money on their sports.

Trigunians tend to be consistent fans of all the diverse team sports found throughout the nation, regardless of the sport or the gender of the team. It is not unusual to find the same fans at ice hockey, field hockey, curling, football, or rugby matches. Since Communist times, individual clubs owned and operated all professional (termed "Elite" in Trigunia) and semi-professional (termed "Amateur") sports in a town or region which is why nearly all professional sports are owned by only a few clubs. This narrowing of the number of clubs allowed fans to create a single organization which encompassed all sports; this allowed fans to easily support and foster obscure sports and gender play, especially female sports. Support for female team sports, while not as popular as men's sports, is consistently more popular across the board than in other countries.

Major Professional & Amateur ClubsEdit

In Trigunia, the major professional and amateur sports clubs contain nearly all teams, both men and women's, within them.


Club Symbol Home City Club Name Club Nickname Club Sports Brief History
Kommenovsk SK Kommenovsk Kommenovskij Sportivnyj Klub (Kommenovsk Sport Club) "Kommenovsk SK" Ice Hockey (m & w), field hockey (m & w), association football (m & w), rugby (m), speed skating (m & w), figure skating (m & w)
Athletic Morozorota Morozorota Atletik Morozorota (Athletic Morozorota) "Atletik" Ice Hockey (m & w), field hockey (m & w), association football (m & w), rugby (m & w), speed skating (m & w), figure skating (m & w)
TKSF Cheya Cheya TSKF Cheya (Central Sports Club of the Fleet Cheya) "Flot" Ice Hockey (m & w), field hockey (w), association football (m & w), rugby (m), speed skating (m & w), curling (m & w)
100px Yologda Elitnyĭ Sportivnyĭ Soyuz Yologdy (Elite Athletic Union of Yologda) "Yologda" Ice Hockey (m & w), field hockey (w), association football (m & w), rugby (m), figure skating (m & w)
Metallistov Gorniy Zamok Kollektiv Profsoyza Metallistov (Metalworker's Union Collective) "Metallisty" Ice Hockey (m & w), field hockey (m & w), association football (m & w), speed skating (m & w), figure skating (m & w), swimming (m & w), curling (m & w)
100px Heinrichgrad Heinrichgrad (Royal Heinrichgrad) "Korolevskij Klub" Ice Hockey (m & w), field hockey (w), association football (m & w), rugby (m & w), speed skating (m & w), figure skating (m & w), swimming (m & w), curling (m & w)
100px Rodshyadam Rodshyadam Avangard (Vanguard Rodshyadam) "Avangard" Ice Hockey (m & w), field hockey (m & w), association football (m & w), rugby (m), speed skating (m & w), figure skating (m & w), swimming (m & w)
100px Novy Olvar OSPC Klub Avtomobilnogo Otdyha (OSPC Automotive Recreation Club) "Avtomobilisty" Ice Hockey (m & w), field hockey (m & w), association football (m & w), rugby (m), speed skating (m & w)
100px Chadonia
{Heinrichgrad)
Energetik (Kildan Olvar Energy) "Energiya" Ice Hockey (m & w), field hockey (m & w), association football (m & w), rugby (m), speed skating (m & w), curling (m & w)
100px Stary Kautsky Kapital Atletik (Capital Athletic) "«Kepitaez»" Ice Hockey (m & w), field hockey (m & w), association football (m & w), rugby (m & w), figure skating (m & w)
100px Pattergrad «Tehnik» (A.A. Slavin IT Complex - "Technical" Pattergrad) "Tehnickeskie" Ice Hockey (m & w), field hockey (m & w), association football (m & w), rugby (m), speed skating (m & w), figure skating (m & w), curling (m & w)
100px Malchik Sportivnyĭ Klub Malchik (SK Malchik) "SK Malchik" Ice Hockey (m & w), field hockey (m & w), association football (m & w), rugby (m), speed skating (m & w)
100px Tirvoslavl Sportivnyĭ Klub Tirvoslavl (SK Tirvoslavl) "Tirvo" Ice Hockey (m & w), field hockey (m & w), association football (m & w), rugby (m & w), speed skating (m & w)
100px Petrovgrad Sport Petrovgrad (Sport Petrovgrad) "Sport Petrov" Ice Hockey (m & w), field hockey (m & w), association football (m & w), rugby (m & w), speed skating (m & w), figure skating (m & w), swimming (m & w), curling (m & w)
100px Opatovo Sport Opatovo (Sport Opatovo) "Sportopa" Ice Hockey (m & w), field hockey (m & w), association football (m & w), rugby (m), speed skating (m & w), figure skating (m & w), curling (m & w)
100px Kleiskva Kleiskvij Sportivnyj Klub (Kleiskva Sports Club) "Kleiskva" Ice Hockey (m & w), field hockey (m & w), association football (m & w), rugby (m), speed skating (m & w), figure skating (m & w), curling (m & w)

Ice HockeyEdit

Trigunian Elite League

Trigunian Elite Ice Hockey League logo.

- considered the national winter pastime; since winter is long, it is very popular

- highest rated sporting events on television and attendance

Ice Hockey CultureEdit

Trigunian hockey

Kommenovsk SK celebrate after a victorious game.

Tirgunian ice hockey culture has ingrained itself into the national culture, and many parts of Trigunian life revolve around it as the game has been glamorized to iconic levels. Ice hockey players, especially in the Elite level of the game, have become role models for the young and old alike with many children practicing the game and aspiring to obtain the wealth, power, and fame shown off by the top players.

The culture of ice hockey can be easily divided into how the players, fans and clubs see the sport.


HistoryEdit

- began in 1750s as form of football on ice; soon evolved into use of sticks

- found that sticks often deflated the ball; and poor areas began using scrunched tin cans

- found that game could be faster and more exciting without a ball and tin cans caught on; eventually, developed into puck

- organized first teams in 1860s; every village cordoned off a pond as a rink; still no rules

- local Dukes met at conference to organize rules and play

Governing BodyEdit

Elite League OrganizationEdit

- both men and women share same name; often add "Ladies" to women's teams

- oddly, with exception of many major clubs, arenas are relatively small (approx. 8-16,000) but gain most of their money through television licensing

- used to be promotion & relegation system, that was ended in 2854, returned briefly in 2914-2916 seasons, then abandoned again for the 2917 seasons again


Re-Organization of 3090Edit

- in 3090, after nearly a decade of having over 1 billion people, the governing body decided to divide the league into divisions based around separate regions found in each Oblast

- the governing body found that the influx of talented players meant that the top seven divisions were nearly equal in their abilities

- since the reorganization, the number of clubs in the Elite League skyrocketed to nearly 200

- the league championship tournament takes the top four clubs from the Oblasts, often forced to compete in play-off matches to determine the so-called "Eligible"

- each new division has its own championship and remain relatively self-contained

- many initially complained of the new changes, especially the effective elimination of the Elite League & its division into 10 smaller leagues


Trofyeĭ ElitaEdit

- Elite Trophy; highest award for ice hockey

- since the Elite League reorganization, the Elite Trophy became the largest tournament on Terra

- single-elimination tournament that begins at the start of the season; includes clubs from outside the Oblast regional levels but within the same Oblast

Field HockeyEdit

Trigunian Field Hockey

Trigunian Elite Field Hockey League logo.

Governing BodyEdit

Professional TeamsEdit

Hokkyeĭ Elita TrofyeĭEdit

CurlingEdit

- nicknamed the "sport of princes" because of its ties to the nobility

- originally came from Hulstria but was exported in the early 20th century and grew in appeal

- in the winter, nearly all towns have a curling sheet alongside their hockey rink

- often the sheet is linked to (or near in case it is outside) a drinking establishment


ChampionshipEdit

- national tournament takes place at Nonezhskoe ozero (Lake Nonezhskoe); used to be on the lake before the curling center was constructed

Curling Sheets

Curling sheets at the National Curling Center near Lake Nonezhskoe.

Kubok KërlingEdit

FootballEdit

Trigunian Elite Football Logo

Trigunian Elite Football League logo.

Governing BodyEdit

Professional TeamsEdit

Elitnyh SeriĭEdit

RugbyEdit

Governing BodyEdit

Professional TeamsEdit

Kubok ChempionovEdit

Individual SportsEdit

Ice SkatingEdit

Figure SkatingEdit

Speed SkatingEdit

SwimmingEdit

Continental CompetitionsEdit

Every other year the top three association football club teams from the nations of Keris meet for the Kerisiya Kontinentalʹnoĭ Superligi (Kerissian Continental Superleague - KKS).

Every other year the top three hockey club teams from teh nations of Keris meet for the Kerisiya Hokkyeĭnaya Liga Chempionov (Kerissian Champions Hockey League - KHLC)


Trigunia
History HistoryMashkov ReformsHymn of TriguniaGreat Sekowian WarOperation Black Bear2973 Winter Olympic GamesKozak War of IndependenceKozak CommonwealthTrigunian Military Intervention in KazuliaSouth Ocean WarWar of the Two KaisersUnited Kerissian Socialist Republic (3287)Kerissian Central Communist PartyCommunist Committee for SecurityEgelion-UKSR WarWestern Meria CrisisTrigunian EmpireTrigunian Federation (Трыгоня Федерация)
Geography GeographyKerisChadoniaItäsaariTirgith IslandGreat Bear IslandYuralovo Mountains
Administrative divisions of Trigunia
Politics Government of TriguniaState DumaCouncil of Ministers (Trigunia)President of Trigunian People's RepublicLeader of the CommonwealthPremier of TriguniaViceroy of TriguniaMinister-President of the Federative Republic of Trigunia
Parties: Social and Liberal Democratic PartyTrigunian Libertarian PartyTrigunian Unionist PartyHulstro-Trigunian Crown AllianceTrigunian Purist MovementLiberal Democratic Party(Trigunia)Juche PartiaYoung Guard PartyCommunist Party of Trigunia
People Monarchs of TriguniaEmperor of Trigunia
Monarchs: House of Kommenus
House of Rothingren-TraugottGenrih IGenrih IIFranchesko IAleksandr IIGodrik INikolai Gustav IMaksimilian IFerdinand IRenʹe ILyeopolʹd IGodrik IIGenrih IIIAleksandr IIIFranchesko IIFrídrikh IIKarl I
House of DoroshenkoPetrovič IPavlo I
Čestiborovská Dynastia
House of LahtiWerhner I
House of RomanovNikolay IAleksandra IGrand Duke AlekseyGrand Duchess MariaGrand Duke Vladimir
Viceroys: House of MashkovR.D. MashkovVasya MashkovHanna MashkovaAndrey MashkovPavel MashkovMikhail MashkovYevgeni MashkovAnastasiya MashkovaVira LukyanenkoNataliya Aksyonova
People: Vladimir LeonidVladimir ZyganovAnton OrlykMikhail MaskhadovWolfgang J. LichtenburgWalter LüthKarl von StauffengartDaniil LosevLinus LaatikaninenMikko LahtinenMatvei, Count of LenskRoman Mashkov, 4th Duke of PetrovgradLeonid PankovValerian YugovSergei PetrovAbram OshurkovBaron of RespvosVladimir IlyanovBalthazar I, Prince of TirgithAlexander, Prince of TirgithAlexei RomanovichGrigori VikhrovNikita GrushaMstislav IVNikolay Mashkov

Demographics Ethnic Groups: TrigunianHulstrianKozaksSullestiansTirgitians
Religion: HosianismTerran Patriarchal ChurchConfessional ChurchSiedismNeo-Pagan
Culture CultureVolkonsky ReformsSport in TriguniaTrigunian Football Super LigaEducation in TriguniaCity University of Petrovgrad
Economy EconomyNational Chamber of CommerceNeftkompDefense industry of Trigunia

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