Vyktory Dragons RFC
|Full name||Vyktory Dragons Rocket Football Club|
|Founded||4 September 2014|
|Dissolved||1 January 2016|
|League||Micronational Rocket League|
|Website||Club home page|
Vyktory Dragons RFC were a virtual rocket football team based out of the Commonwealth of Vyktory, and were one of the founding clubs of the M-League. They were owned and operated by Celeste Drake and played in the Micronational Rocket League.
On 1 September 2014, the Dale Virtual Football Association opened expressions of interest for a Micronational Football League, to which Celeste responded, with faer entry was subsequently accepted on 4 September 2014, when the club was founded. Time and FIFA World coins were then spent trying to get the best players possible for the team, but focus was mainly on the Vyktory national virtual football team, which had no eligible players out of Celeste's FIFA World Account. Discussions were held over Skype, and Celeste nominated Woking Dales M.F.C. owner Danny Clarke to the league president position, saying as Danny was spearheading the league, he should take the presidency while the league was in its infancy. The team then joined the Vyktoryan Virtual Football League, running it in paralell to the M-League
On 12 September 2014, the Vyktory Dragons played a pre-season friendly at home against Woking Dales M.F.C., which was to be the first match in which M-League teams played each other. After some technical difficulties the match kicked off at around 11:30PM Vyktory time, and was won by the Dales 2-0 after two late goals sealed the Dragons' fate. The team then went on to win the first ever competitive M-League match over Mancunia's Royal City 2-1. As the inaugural season went on, the team suffered a winless run in the next four games, with the last three being losses, before finally coming back with a 1-0 win over Cardinals to finish third and rob the opposition of the M-League title. Vyktory then prepared for the M-League Cup, but ultimately forfeited the semi-final match due to internet connectivity issues. In the 2015 season, Vyktory finished in last place in the Spring League, with just four points, partly due to heavy losses and forfeits, including an M-League record loss of 7-0 at home to Cardinals. After the league shut down, Vyktory Dragons remained stagnant.
On 11 July 2015, Danny Clarke decided to create an M-League successor named the Micronational Rocket League, using the video game Rocket League. Celeste Drake announced faer team's entry the same day.
Vyktory Dragons matches were broadcast prerecorded on the now-defunct Vyktoryan Broadcasting Corporation's YouTube channel, with Celeste delivering faer own commentary, and a cancelled untitled Rocket League show planned for upload separate to the match.
|M-League Premier Division||N/A||2014|
|Micronational Rocket League Premier Divission||N/A|
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