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World Cup 2014 Predictor

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The 2014 FIFA World Cup begin on Thursday 12th June and runs through to Sunday 13th July 2014. Hosted by Brazil this will be the 20th World Cup and the second time Brazil have hosted the tournament; the last time being in 1950. Predictor Game On this page you’ll find rules of the game, prize money allocations, a downloadable spreadsheet showing everyone’s predictions and the league table. Downloadable spreadsheets for future rounds will be provided towards the end of the group stages.

Thanks to everyone for playing and congratulations to the winners. You can download the full tournament sheet by clicking here.  

League Table

  1. John M ( 76 ) – £100
  2. Andrew ( 71 ) – £50
  3. Paul H ( 70 ) – £35
  4. Paul M ( 69 ) – £15
  5. Craig ( 67 ) – £10
  6. Matt ( 67 ) – £10
  7. Vishal ( 66 )
  8. Gerard ( 63 )
  9. Wassel ( 63 )
  10. Aaron ( 61 )
  11. Rak ( 59 )
  12. Mark ( 59 )
  13. Luis ( 58 )
  14. Simon ( 56 )
  15. Jim ( 55 )
  16. Steve ( 55 )
  17. John O ( 54 )
  18. John K ( 54 )
  19. Jonny ( 52 )
  20. Pete ( 52 )
  21. Danny ( 50 )
  22. Blow ( 49 )
  23. David ( 46 )
  24. Josh ( 43 )
  25. Jason ( 17 )

Rules

  • 1 point for each correct prediction in the group stages.
  • If there’s a tie then number of correct predictions in 3 games involving Cameroon (lowest seeded team) will be used to decide the winner. If there’s still a tie then proceed up the draw seedings (Australia, South Korea, etc) until a winner is determined. This applies to the group stages only. Source.
  • 2 points for a correct prediction in last 16.
  • 3 points for a correct prediction in last 8.
  • 5 points for a correct prediction in semi-finals.
  • 2 points for a correct prediction in the 3rd & 4th place play off.
  • 7 points for a correct prediction in final.
  • All bonus points are applied at the end of the tournament.
  • If there’s a tie for final prize money then correct predictions of bonus outcomes will be used to determine a winner in this order Tournament winner, followed by, tournament runner-up, then golden boot winner, then bonus both African and Asian furthest finishing teams. If there’s still a tie then lowest seeded team from group stage results will apply up the tournament rankings until we have a winner.

Prize Money There will be 2 opportunities to win prize money: Group Stages:

  1. £15 – Andrew
  2. £10 – Jim
  3. £5 – Gerard

End of Competition:

  1. £100
  2. £50
  3. £35
  4. £15
  5. £10
  6. £10

Euro 2012 – Final

Euro 2012 Predictor Game

It’s the last game of the Tournament on Sunday. Please email or text me who you think will win the Final; will it be Spain or Italy?

There are 15 participants in this Euro 2012 prediction game. You can download a spreadsheet showing each participant’s predictions here.

This spreadsheet also contains predictions for the golden boot, tournament winner and tournament runner-up.

Winner: Spain (7 Points)

Runner-Up: Italy (5 Points)

Golden Boot Winner: Fernando Torres (10 Points) [Source: UEFA.com]

Prize money will be distributed as follows:

1st: £60 – John O’Neil
2nd: £40 – Gerard O’Neil
3rd: £30 – Matt Santer
4th: £10 – Aaron Scott
5th: £10 – Steve O’Neil

At the end of the tournament, if two or more players are tied in a prize money position then correct prediction of the golden boot winner will be used to decide who wins the prize money. If players are still tied then the money will be shared equally.

After each day’s games the following table will be updated to show which participants are in the prize money positions.

 

Player Points
1. John O’Neil 34
2. Gerard O’Neil 33
3. Matt Santer 29
4. Aaron Scott 27
5. Steve O’Neil 27
6. Paul McConnell 25
7. Paul Sweeney 24
8. Stuart Greene 23
9. Tom Steward 23
10. David O’Neil 23
11. Danny Dyer 19
12. Luke James 19
13. Mark Dumbleton 19
14. Matt Blenford 17
15. Josh O’Neil 12

 

Euro 2012 – Semi Finals

Euro 2012 Predictor Game

We’re nearing the end of the tournament. You can download the semi finals prediction sheet here.

There are 15 participants in this Euro 2012 prediction game. You can download a spreadsheet showing each participant’s predictions here.

This spreadsheet also contains predictions for the golden boot, tournament winner and tournament runner-up.

Prize money will be distributed as follows:

1st: £60
2nd: £40
3rd: £30
4th: £10
5th: £10

At the end of the tournament, if two or more players are tied in a prize money position then correct prediction of the golden boot winner will be used to decide who wins the prize money. If players are still tied then the money will be shared equally.

After each day’s games the following table will be updated to show which participants are in the prize money positions.

 

Player Points
1. Matt Santer 24
2. John O’Neil 22
3. Steve O’Neil 22
4. Aaron Scott 22
5. Gerard O’Neil 21
6. Paul McConnell 20
7. Luke James 19
8. Danny Dyer 19
9. Paul Sweeney 19
10. Mark Dumbleton 19
11. Stuart Greene 18
12. David O’Neil 18
13. Matt Blenford 17
14. Tom Steward 16
15. Josh O’Neil 12

Click here to go to the Final.

Euro 2012 – Quarter Finals

Euro 2012 Predictor Game

We’re now into the tournament’s Quarter Finals. You can download the prediction sheet and read about the rules for this round here.

There are 15 participants in this Euro 2012 prediction game. You can download a spreadsheet showing each participant’s predictions here.

This spreadsheet also contains predictions for the golden boot, tournament winner and tournament runner-up.

Prize money will be distributed as follows:

1st: £60
2nd: £40
3rd: £30
4th: £10
5th: £10

At the end of the tournament, if two or more players are tied in a prize money position then correct prediction of the golden boot winner will be used to decide who wins the prize money. If players are still tied then the money will be shared equally.

After each day’s games the following table will be updated to show which participants are in the prize money positions.

Player Points
1. Matt Santer 21
2. John O’Neil 19
3. Aaron Scott 19
4. Stuart Greene 18
5. Gerard O’Neil 18
6. David O’Neil 18
7. Paul McConnell 17
8. Matt Blenford 17
9. Luke James 16
10. Danny Dyer 16
11. Steve O’Neil 16
12. Paul Sweeney 16
13. Mark Dumbleton 16
14. Tom Steward 13
15. Josh O’Neil 12

Click here to go to the Semi Finals.

Euro 2012 – Round One

Euro 2012 Predictor Game

There are 15 participants in this Euro 2012 prediction game. You can download a spreadsheet showing each participant’s predictions here.

This spreadsheet also contains predictions for the golden boot, tournament winner and tournament runner-up.

Prize money will be distributed as follows:

1st: £60
2nd: £40
3rd: £30
4th: £10
5th: £10

At the end of the tournament, if two or more players are tied in a prize money position then correct prediction of the golden boot winner will be used to decide who wins the prize money. If players are still tied then the money will be shared equally.

After each day’s games the following table will be updated to show which participants are in the prize money positions.

Player Points
1. Matt Santer 15
2. Paul McConnell 13
3. Stuart Greene 12
4. Gerard O’Neil 12
5. Luke James 12
6. David O’Neil 12
7. John O’Neil 11
8. Aaron Scott 11
9. Matt Blenford 11
10. Danny Dyer 10
11. Steve O’Neil 10
12. Paul Sweeney 10
13. Mark Dumbleton 10
14. Josh O’Neil 8
15. Tom Steward 7

Click here to go to the Quarter Finals.

Euro 2012 Predictor Game

Euro 2012 Predictor Game

The 2012 UEFA European Football Championships begin on Friday 8th June and runs through to Friday 1st July 2012. Jointly hosted by Poland and Ukraine this will be the 14th European Championships.

For a bit of extra fun I’ve created the EURO 2012 Prediction Game. Here are the rules and everything you need to get involved.

 

Entry Requirements

  • Complete the prediction sheet and send to: stephensoneil@gmail.com by Friday 8th June 11:30.
  • The entry fee is £10 per person, this must be paid to me by Friday 8th June 11:30.

 

Round 1 Game Rules

  • Click on this link to download the round 1 prediction sheet.
  • For each match in the group stages you should predict whether you think the result will be a home win, away win or draw. 1 point will be awarded for each correct prediction.
  • You should also predict which country you think will win the tournament (7 points), who will finish as the runner-up (5 points) and who will win the tournament’s golden boot (10 points).
  • Round One Final Scores.

 

Quarter Final Game Rules

 

Semi Final Game Rules

 

Final Game Rules

  • For the match played in the Final you should predict who you think will win the tournament. 5 points will be awarded for a correct prediction.
  • Please get your prediction to me either by text or email by 20:00 on Saturday 30th June 2012.
  • Click here to go to the Final page.

 

Prize Money

 

Feel free to share this game with your friends and should you have any questions about the game please get in touch.