Continental NT Competition Standard

The European Championship Standard is considered in competitive performance in total 16 teams of each tournament. That means some qualifying round matches of the previous tournaments are included.


European Championship Standard Chart



                                                                            
European Championship Standard Table


Year
Std. Rate
Competitive Standard Analysis
1960
3.4
The first tournament of European competition saw the large absences of Big nations are England, West Germany, Italy and later Spain withdraw in the quarter-final round. However, they all are not a top leading performer in the Europe continent at that time.
Grade A- : Soviet Union
Grade B+ : Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, France
Grade B : Hungary
Grade B- : Austria, Portugal, Bulgaria
1964
3.89
The only big nation West Germany absent again from the participation.
Grade A- : Spain
Grade B+ : Soviet Union, Hungary
Grade B : Denmark, Sweden, Italy, France, East Germany, Bulgaria, Yugoslavia,   Northern Ireland
Grade B- : Luxembourg, Portugal
1968
4.44
The host nation was announced after the qualifying round.
Grade A- : Italy, Yugoslavia
Grade B+ : England, Soviet Union, Hungary. West Germany
Grade B : Bulgaria, France, Spain, Scotland, East Germany, Czechoslovakia
Grade B - : Portugal, Romania, Belgium, Poland
1972
4.23
The first tournaments without absence of any nation. It is considered as the most competitive UEFA Euro tournament ever.
Grade A : West Germany
Grade A- : Soviet Union
Grade B+, Hungary, Belgium, Italy, Romania
Grade B : Yugoslavia, England, Netherlands, East Germany, Spain, Switzerland,   Czechoslovakia
Grade B- : Austria, Bulgaria, Portugal
1976
4.42
Grade A- : West Germany, Czechoslovakia
Grade B + : Yugoslavia, Netherlands, England, Poland, Soviet Union
Grade B : Spain, Portugal, Wales, Italy
Grade B- : Hungary, Romania, Scotland, Ireland, Belgium, Greece
1980
4.49
The tournament was expanded from four to eight participants.
It is the last tournament with Third Place competition.
Grade A- : West Germany
Grade B+ : Belgium, Italy, Netherlands, Czechoslovakia, England
Grade B : Austria, Yugoslavia, Poland, Spain, Greece, France
Grade B- : East Germany, Hungary, Turkey
1984
4.30
Grade A- : France
Grade B+ : Spain, Portugal, Denmark, West Germany, Netherlands, England, Soviet Union
Grade B : Denmark, Belgium, Romania, Northern Ireland, Yugoslavia
Grade B- : Sweden, Czechoslovakia, Wales
1988
4.00
Grade A : Netherlands
Grade B+ : Soviet Union, West Germany, Italy
Grade B : Spain, Ireland, England, Romania, East Germany
Grade B- : Bulgaria, Yugoslavia, Sweden, Denmark, Czechoslovakia, Belgium, Scotland
1992
4.12
Yugoslavia was suspended from its internal war and Denmark is eligible to replace and finally won the trophy.
Grade A- : Denmark, Netherlands
Grade B+ : West Germany, Sweden, France, England, Yugoslavia
Grade B :  Scotland, Soviet Union, Switzerland, Romania, Wales, Ireland
Grade B- : Italy, Portugal, Czechoslovakia
1996
4.60
The tournament was first increased from 8 to 16 teams.
Grade A- : West Germany
Grade B+ : Czech Republic, England, Spain, France, Netherlands, Portugal, Italy
Grade B : Croatia, Scotland, Bulgaria, Denmark
Grade B- : Turkey, Switzerland, Romania
2000
4.23
Grade A- : France, Italy
Grade B+ : Portugal, Netherlands, Spain
Grade B : Romania, Yugoslavia, Norway
Grade B- : Turkey, England, Belgium, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Germany
2004
3.77
The tournament saw the lowest competitive standard in history of UEFA Euro in exception of the inaugural tournament in 1960.
Grade B+ : Greece, Portugal, England, Netherlands, Czech Republic
Grade B : Spain, Sweden, Denmark, Italy, Germany
Grade B- : Russia, Croatia
2008
3.90
Grade A- : Spain
Grade B+ : Germany, Italy
Grade B : Portugal, Croatia, Turkey, Netherlands, Russia
Grade B- : Romania, Sweden, Czech Republic, Switzerland
2012
3.44
Grade A- : Spain
Grade B+ : Italy, Portugal, Germany, England
Grade B : France, Czech Republic
Grade B- : Greece, Russia, Denmark, Croatia, Ukraine, Sweden
2016
3.50
Grade A- : Germany
Grade B+ : Italy, France, Wales, Portugal,
Grade B : Spain, Belgium, Poland, Switzerland, Croatia,
Grade B- : England, Hungary, Slovakia, Ireland, Northern Ireland


Copa America Standard Chart




Copa America Standard Table

The South American Championship in the first half of 20th century was very unsteady in its participants and distance between tournaments. The standard assessment of pre-war and war-time era is based on a half decade. The second half of 20th century to present is assessed by tournament. 

Era
Std.Rate
Competitive Standard Analysis
Amateur Era
2nd Half 1910s –
1916 : 1.90
1917 1.28
1919 : 1.63
The early South American Championship tournament was participated by regular four nations, Uruguay, Argentina, Brazil and Chile. Almost all host nations could won the title.
Amateur Era
1st Half 1920s
1920 : 2.11
1921:2.14
1922:2.37
1923:2.40
1924:2.07
Paraguay was an additional regular participant and number of members were irregular from 3 to 5 teams. In 1922, the tournament achieved its highest standard with five participants. Almost all host nations could won the title.
Amateur Era
2nd Half 1920s
1925 : 2.03
1926 : 0.54
1927 : 0.61
1929 : 1.35
Brazil was inclined not to take part in any competition. Peru and Bolivia were a new comer of the competition. In 1926, the tournament achieved its highest standard with five competitors.
2nd half 1930s
1935 : 2.22
1937 : 3.02
1939 : 1.69
The beginning era of professional tournament. Ecuador was first appeared in 1939. In 1937, the tournament was participated by six teams.
1st Half 1940s
1941 : 1.96
1942 : 2.51
1945 : 2.25
The tournament was raised up in its standard and saw seven participants in 1942 and 1945. Colombia first took part in the 1945 tournament.
2nd half 1940s
1946 : 2.74
1947 : 2.71
1949 : 2.09
The tournament was first participated by eight teams in 1947 and the first time the play-off final match was held after points equal in the finished league.
1st Half 1950s
1953 : 3.15
1955 :2.29
Argentina absent in the 1953 tournament and Brazil absent in the 1955 tournament
2nd half 1950s
1956 : 3.19
1957 :2.12
1959: 2.74
There were four tournaments in this period including twice tournaments in the same year of 1959.
1963
3.01
The tournament was absent by Uruguay. The standard of competition was deviated in negative direction when the competition was held in Bolivia in which is too much higher than sea level and the atmosphere effect the inhale rate of players.
Grade B+ : Bolovia
Grade B : Paraguay
Grade B- : Argentina, Brazil
1967
2.51
Brazil once again did not enter and Peru also inclined to take part. It was the first participation of Venezuela.
Grade B+ : Argentina, Uruguay
Grade B- : Chile, Paraguay
1975
3.04
The tournament format was transformed from the league to group in preliminary round with knock-out round in the second phase and the previous champion automatically qualified for semi-final round. It is the first tournament all ten members of COMEBOL unanimity entered.
Grade B+ : Peru, Colombia, Brazil
Grade B : Argentina, Uruguay
Grade B- : Paraguay, Chile
1979
3.12
Grade B+ : Paraguay, Brazil
Grade B : Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Bolivia, Peru,Colombia
Grade B- : Ecuador
1983
3.26
Grade B+ : Uruguay, Brazil, Paraguay
Grade B : Peru, Argentina, Chile
Grade B- : Colombia
1987
3.04
Grade B+ : Uruguay, Argentina, Chile, Colombia
Grade B : Brazil
Grade B- : Bolivia, Paraguay, Peru, Ecuador
1989
2.96
The previous champion was not eligible automatically to qualify in semi-final round any longer. The second phase was transformed to league format.
Grade B+ : Brazil
Grade B : Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Paraguay, Colombia
Grade B- : Ecuador, Peru
1991
3.01
Grade B+ : Argentina, Brazil
Grade B : Chile, Uruguay, Paraguay, Colombia
Grade B- : Ecuador, Peru
1993
3.38
USA and Mexico was first joined and the format was returned in the traditional tournament style once again with 12 nations participated.
Grade B+ : Argentina, Brazil
Grade B : Colombia, Uruguay, Mexico. Peru, Ecuador
Grade B- : Chile, Paraguay
1995
3.54
Grade B+ : Uruguay, Brazil
Grade B : Colombia, USA, Argentina, Paraguay, Mexico 
Grade B- : Chile, Bolivia
1997
2.73
Costa Rica was invited to take part for the first time.
Grade A- : Brazil
Grade B+ : None
Grade B :  Peru, Colombia, Argentina, Bolivia, Mexico, Ecuador
Grade B- : Uruguay, Paraguay
1999
3.33
Japan was invited to take part for the first time
Grade A- : Brazil
Grade B+ : Argentina
Grade B : Mexico, Uruguay, Chile, Paraguay, Colombia
Grade B- : Peru, Bolivia
2001
2.88
Argentina withdraws from the tournament. Honduras was invited to take part for the first time
Grade B+ : Colombia
Grade B : Uruguay, Mexico, Costa Rica, Brazil, Honduras, Peru, Chile
Grade B- : Ecuador
2004
3.10
Grade B+ : Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay
Grade B : Colombia, Paraguay, Mexico
Grade B- : Peru, Costa Rica
2007
1.82
Grade B+ : Argentina, Brazil
Grade B : Uruguay, Mexico
Grade B- : Venezuela, Peru, Chile, Paraguay
2011
3.05
Grade B+ : Uruguay
Grade B : Argentina, Colombia, Brazil, Chile, Venezuela, Peru, Paraguay
Grade B- : Costa Rica
2015
3.05
Grade B+ : Chile, Argentina
Grade B : Brazil, Paraguay, Peru, Colombia, Uruguay
Grade B- : Ecuador, Venezuela, Bolivia, Mexico
2016
3.03
Grade B+ : Chile, Argentina
Grade B : Colombia, Mexico, United States
Grade B- : Peru, Brazil, Uruguay, Ecuador, Costa Rica



African Cup of Nations Standard Chart



African Cup of Nations Standard Table

The African Cup of Nations Standard is considered in competitive performance in total 16 teams of each tournament. That means some qualifying round matches of the previous tournaments are included.

Era
Std.Rate
Competitive Standard Analysis
1957, 1959
1957 : 0.87
1959 : 1.36 
The first two African Cup of Nations was participated just three teams and there was no qualifying round.
Grade C+ : Egypt
Grade C : Sudan
Grade C- : Ethiopia
1962
    2.28
The qualification round was first introduced. The Final tournament was divided into twice groups with three of each.
Grade C+ : Ethiopia
Grade C : United Arab Public, Tunisia
Grade C- : Uganda, Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana
1963
1.53
Grade B- : Ghana
Grade C+ : United Arab Public, Sudan, Ethiopia
Grade C : Tunisia, Morocco
Grade C- : Nigeria, Guinea
1965
1.82
Grade B- : Ghana
Grade C+ : Tunisia, Senegal, Ivory Coast
Grade C : Ethiopia, Sudan, Zaire
Grade C- : Guinea
1968
     2.74
The Final Tournament was first participated by 8 teams into twice groups in the first round.
Grade C+ : Zaire, Ghana, Ethiopia
Grade C : Ivory Coast, Senegal, Algeria, Guinea, Sudan
Grade C- : Senegal, Mali, Nigeria, Tunisia, Egypt, Congo
1970
    2.57
Grade C+ : Sudan, Ghana, United Arab Public, Ivory Coast
Grade C : Cameroon, Algeria, Senegal, Zambia
Grade C- : Zaire, Ethiopia, Guinea, Morocco
1972
3.00
Grade C+, Congo, Zaire, Cameroon, Morocco
Grade C : Sudan, Mali, Kenya, Togo, Ghana, Algeria
Grade C- : Egypt, Ivory Coast, Guinea, Zambia
1974
3.00
Grade C+ : Zaire, Zambia, Egypt, Congo
Grade C : Guinea, Cameroon, Mali
Grade C- : Ivory Coast, Uganda, Mauritius, Tanzania, Algeria, Nigeria, Ghana, Senegal
1976
3.13
Grade B- : Morocco
Grade C+ : Guinea, Ghana, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Sudan, Tunisia, Ghana
Grade C : Zaire, Egypt, Uganda, Algeria, Congo, Ivory Coast
1978
2.88
Grade B- : Ghana
Grade C+ : Tunisia, Nigeria, Uganda, Zambia, Morocco
Grade C : Algeria, Congo, Gabon, Ethiopia, Senegal
1980
3.11
Grade B- : Nigeria
Grade C+ : Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Ghana, Ivory Coast
Grade C : Guinea, Tanzania, Kenya, Sudan, Zambia, Zaire
1982
3.48

Grade B- : Ghana, Libya
Grade C+ : Algeria, Zambia, Nigeria, Cameroon, Morocco
Grade C : Ethiopia, Guinea, Morocco, Zaire, Tunisia
1984
3.50

Grade B- : Cameroon, Algeria, Egypt
Grade C+ : Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Tunisia. Morocco
Grade C : Togo, Malawi, Angola, Senegal
1986
3.57

Grade B- : Cameroon, Egypt
Grade C+ : Ivory Coast, Morocco, Senegal, Algeria
Grade C : Nigeria, Zambia, Zaire, Libya, Mozambique, Ghana
1988
3.71
Grade B- : Cameroon
Grade C+ : Nigeria, Algeria, Morocco, Ivory Coast, Egypt
Grade C : Kenya, Zaire, Sudan, Sierra Leon, Kenya, Senegal, Zimbabwe, Tunisia
1990
3.33
Grade B : Algeria
Grade B- : Nigeria
Grade C+ : Zambia, Senegal, Ivory Coast
Grade C : Cameroon, Kenya, Malawi, Egypt, Gabon
1992
3.54
The Competition was increased to 12 participants, and was first separated into four group with 3 teams of each.
Grade B- : Ghana
Grade C+ : Ivory Coast, Nigeria, Cameroon
Grade C : Senegal, Zaire, Congo, Zambia, Egypt, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Gabon
1994
3.27
Grade B- : Nigeria
Grade C+ : Ivory Coast, Zambia
Grade C : Ghana, Zaire, Mali, Sierra Leon, Tunisia, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Senegal, Cameroon, Egypt, Algeria
1996
2.65
The Final Tournament was expanded to 16 teams with four groups in the first round.
Grade B- : South Africa
Grade C+ : Egypt, Ghana, Zambia, Algeria
Grade C : Cameroon, Gabon, Tunisia, Sierra Leon, Zaire, Liberia, Ivory Coast
1998
3.10
Grade B- : Egypt
Grade C+ : South Africa, Zaire, Tunisia, Cameroon, Burkina Faso, Morocco, Ivory Coast
Grade C : Zambia, Guinea, Ghana
2000
3.30
Grade B : Nigeria
Grade B- : Cameroon, Egypt
Grade C+ :  South Africa, Tunisia, Ghana, Ivory Coast
Grade C : Togo, Morocco, Senegal, Algeria
2002
3.41
Grade B- : Senegal, Cameroon, Nigeria
Grade C+ : Ghana, Egypt, Morocco
Grade C : South Africa, Mali, Zaire, Tunisia, Liberia
2004
2.94
Grade B- : Tunisia, Morocco, Nigeria, Cameroon
Grade C+ : Mali, Algeria, Egypt, South Africa
Grade C : Guinea, Rwanda, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Senegal
2006
3.48
Grade B- : Egypt, Ivory Coast, Cameroon, Nigeria
Grade C+ : Senegal, Guinea, Ghana, Tunisia, Zaire, Angola
Grade C : Zimbabwe, Zambia, Morocco
2008
2.86

Grade B-, Cameroon, Ghana, Egypt
Grade C+ : Ivory Coast, Tunisia, Angola, Nigeria
Grade C : Mali, Guinea, Morocco, Zambia, Senegal, South Africa
2010
3.13
Grade B- : Egypt, Ghana
Grade C+ : Nigeria, Algeria, Ivory Coast, Angola
Grade C : Zambia, Cameroon, Gabon, Tunisia, Mali
2012
3.34
Grade B- : Zambia, Ivory Coast, Ghana
Grade C+ : Mali, Gabon, Tunisia, Equitoria Guinea
Grade C : Guinea, Morocco, Sudan, Angola, Libya
2013
3.22
Grade B- : Nigeria, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Ivory Coast
Grade C+ : Mali, South Africa, Cape Verde, Togo, Tunisia
Grade C : Zambia, Morocco, Zaire
2015
2.74
Grade B- : Ghana, Ivory Coast
Grade C+ : Zaire, Algeria, Congo 
Grade C : Tunisia, Cap Verde, Equatorial Guinea, Senegal, Guinea, Mali, Cameroon, Zambia, Gabon
2017
3.41
Grade B- : Cameroon, Egypt, Burkina Faso, Morocco, Senegal
Grade C+ : Ghana, DR Congo, Tunisia
Grade C : Mali, Ivory Coast, Algeria, Gabon


AFC Asian Cup of Nations Standard Chart




AFC Asian Cup of Nations Standard Table


Era
Std. Rate
Competitive Standard Analysis
1956
1.76
The Inaugural Final Tournament was participated by only four teams in round robin basis. The Qualification round in zonal group was held but most of teams were withdrawn.
Grade C : South Korea, Israel
Grade C- : Hong Kong
1960
1.26
Grade C : South Korea, Israel
Grade C- : China, Iran
1964
1.86

Qualification round in zonal group was held in only Eastern Zone and most teams in other zones were withdrawn.
Grade C : Israel
Grade C- : India, South Korea
1968
1.72
The Number of team in final tournament in the league system was increased from four to five teams.
Grade C : Iran
Grade C- : Burma, Israel
1972
2.38

The Tournament was re-changed in its format with total six teams in twice groups in the first round and was followed by the knock-out competition. Since this tournament, Israel has not been entering due to a long period war with ARAB nations.
Grade C : Iran
Grade C- : South Korea, Kuwait
1976
2.28
North Korea qualified but it did not enter for the final tournament.
Grade C : Iran, Kuwait
Grade C- : Iraq
1980
2.15
The Number of team in final tournament was increased from six to ten teams in twice groups in the first round.
Grade C+ : Kuwait
Grade C- : South Korea, North Korea, Syria, Iran
Grade C- : China, Qatar, Malaysia

1984
2.60
Grade C+ : Saudi Arabia
Grade C : China, Iran, Kuwait
Grade C- : UAE, Qatar, Singapore, Syria, South Korea
1988
3.03
Grade C+ : South Korea, Saudi Arabia
Grade C : China, Iran
Grade C- : Qatar, Syria, Kuwait, UAE, Bahrain
1992
2.62
The Number of team in final tournament was reduced from ten to eight teams in twice groups of the first round.
Grade C+ : Japan, Saudi Arabia
Grade C : China, UAE, Iran
Grade C- : Qatar, Thailand, North Korea
1996
2.87
The Number of team in final tournament was increased to 12 teams divided into three group of the first round.
Grade C+ : Saudi Arabia, UAE
Grade C : Iran, Japan, Iraq, Kuwait
Grade C- : China, Syria, Uzbekistan, South Korea
2000
2.80
The Number of team in final tournament was increased to 16 teams divided into four group of the first round.
Grade B- : Japan
Grade C+ : Saudi Arabia, Iran, South Korea, China
Grade C : Kuwait, Iraq, Qatar
Grade C- : Thailand, Lebanon
2004
2.80
Grade C+ : Japan, China, Iran, Uzbekistan
Grade C : Jordan, Iraq, Bahrain, South Korea
Grade C- : Oman, Kuwait, Indonesia
2007
     2.88
Australia first participated in the tournament after its affiliation to AFC.
Grade C+ : Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Iran
Grade C : South Korea, Japan , Uzbekistan, China, Australia
Grade C- : Thailand, Indonesia, Bahrain, Vietnam, UAE
2011
2.86
Grade C+ : Japan, Australia, South Korea, Iran
Grade C : Jordan, Uzbekistan, Iraq, Qatar
Grade C- : China, Syria, Bahrain
2015
     2.84
Grade C+ : Japan, Australia, South Korea, Iran
Grade C : UAE, Iraq, China, Uzbekistan
Grade C- : Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Oman


CONCACAF Gold Cup Standard Chart




5 comments:

  1. Anonymous17/1/16

    Where are the CONCACAF tournaments? Gold Cup? CONCACAF Champions League?

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    1. CONCACAF Gold Cup is already in my database file but I have no time to transfer the data to this blog. I’ll be do when I have time. For the club level, it is one of the implementation plan of this series which is targeted to finish at the middle of this year.

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  2. Anonymous11/7/16

    How do you determine the standard?

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    1. In the table, I determine based on the score result against team performance standard. In the steps, 1) determine the standard of champion by watching. 2) Calculate the entire standard by scoring result.

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    2. Anonymous12/7/16

      Thanks.

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