From Ireland, madpat of Guinness United was nominated. madpat's club won their first Irish championship this season, defeating the four time champion South Coast United Football Club by 12 points. The club scored 202 goals and had a +180 goal differential, both of which are world records. The club went 36-1-1 (19-0-0 at home) and allowed only 22 goals. The 36 wins was a team record, as was the mere one loss and 22 goals allowed. Two time Golden Boot winner and world record holder for goals scored in a season Del Piero Esposito scored 62 goals. His total, and the total of teammate Zaccardo Manfredini at 40 finished one and two respectively on the Irish scoring charts and accounted for 50.5% of the club's goals. Between the two of them they scored seven more goals then those who finished in slots three through five, and Esposito by himself had one more goal then the men who occupied slots four and five. Midfielders Fineen Nagle and Gary Lundragon finished 12th and 16th on the scoring chart respectively. Nagle had 24 goals for the second straight season while Lundrgaon had 22 while as he reached the 20 goal mark for the first time in his young career.
In Italy dennisdee's club Brooklyn Posse ended 14 time consecutive time champions ASU Venom's reign or terror. Posse defeated Venom by two points with a record of 34-1-3 compared to Venom's 33-2-3. It was the first time since season one that someone besides Venom had claimed the Italian league title. dennisdee's team claimed the championship in season one as well. Ramzi Widdowson was the only member of the club to crack the top five scorers with 25 goals, but Pasquale Amelia finished close behind in sixth with 23 goals scored. 34 year-old high scoring defender Sheen MacGillycuddy had a career year. The $2 million a year man scored 22 goals to finish in a tie for seventh on the scoring charts.
In America iamajedi1234's Dallas Dragons claimed their fifth American league championship. The Dragons defeated the two time champion Lexington Lions by eight points on the strength of a 33-4-1 record (16-3-0 away). The Dragons scored 165 goals and allowed 31 for a goal differential of +134. The goal differential, goals scored, and loss marks were all club records. Midfielder Regan Spellacy finished third on the scoring charts with 30 goals, the fifth best in club history. Spellacy's total was also a club and world record for goals scored by a pure midfielder (one who plays only midfield throughout the season). 24 year-0ld Forward Primo Fiorillo finished in a tie for fifth place with 24 goals scored. Oddo Adani and Randal Nesbitt (the Dragons second and first all time leading scorers respectively) finished 10th and 13th. Adani had 22 goals while Nesbitt had 20.