For all qualifying domestic league and cup matches (see below), points are scored as follows:
|Example 1||Roma 1 - Fiorentina 0||Roma score 4 points (3 for the win and 1 for the goal) and Fiorentina score none|
|Example 2||Liverpool 3 - Arsenal 2||Liverpool score 6 points (3 for the win and 3 for the goals they scored) and Arsenal score 2 points|
|Example 3||Charlton Athletic 2 - Derby County 2||Each team scores 3 points (1 for the draw and 2 for the goals scored)|
|Example 4||Lille 0 - Lyon 0||Each team scores 1 point only (for the draw)|
In cup matches where extra time is played, it is the score after extra time (AET) that is used to determine the Super10 points for both teams. Goals scored in penalty shoot-outs do not score points. However, if a penalty shoot-out is contested, the outcome will determine the winner of the match for Super10 purposes (the match will not be considered a draw).
|Example 5||Carlisle United 2 - Plymouth Argyle 1 (AET, 1-1 FT)||Carlisle score 5 points (3 for the win, 2 for the goals) and Plymouth 1 point|
|Example 6||Hertha Berlin 2 - Werder Bremen 2 (AET, Hertha win 4-3 on penalties)||Hertha score 5 points (3 for the win and 2 for the goals) while Werder Bremen score 2 points|
In general, each leg of a two-legged cup tie, such as those in the Copa del Rey, is treated as an independent match and Super10 points are awarded accordingly. Penalty shoot-outs only affect the outcome in the case of both legs being drawn, in which case the second leg is awarded to the winner of the shoot-out. A team that loses the second leg but wins the shoot-out after drawing on aggregate is still considered to have lost the second leg.
All domestic league matches played by a team count towards its Super10 score. This includes any end-of-season promotion or relegation play-off matches. Points are also scored for all matches played in the team's primary domestic cup competition.
Matches played in European competitions (i.e. the UEFA Champions League and Europa League) do not count. Neither do secondary national cup competitions (such as the English and French league cups), the FA Community Shield and its equivalent in other countries, or pre-season friendlies.
For the avoidance of doubt, only results from the following competitions count towards Super10 scores:
FA Premier League, Football League Championship, Football League One, Football League Two,
National League, FA Cup (excluding qualifying and preliminary rounds)
France: Ligue 1, Coupe de France
Germany: Bundesliga 1, DFB Pokal
Italy: Serie A, Coppa Italia
Scotland: Scottish Premiership, Scottish Cup
Spain: Primera Division, Copa del Rey
In some competitions in some seasons, one or more matches may be played at the beginning of June. Since this is unlikely to be more than one or two matches for Super10 purposes (in 2013/14 there were none and in 2014/15 there was one), these matches will be included in the May monthly contest and will count towards the DWAD Cup final contested in May.
The DWAD Cup provides an additional chance for you to win prizes while playing Super10. It is a straight knock-out competition. In the first round each Super10 entry will be drawn at random against one other Super10 entry. The round lasts for a month and whichever entry scores the most points in that month proceeds to the next round (the draw for each subsequent round is also random); the loser is eliminated. This continues each month until there are just two entries remaining. These will play-off in the DWAD Cup final in the last month of the season to determine which is the winner and which is the runner-up.
In the event of two entries that have been drawn against each other scoring the same number of points in the month in question, the following rules will be used to determine the winner:
The format of the DWAD Cup is subject to change depending on the number of entries we receive in a given season. The final format will be confirmed once registration has closed.