Penguin Cup

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Penguin Cup
PenguinCupLogo.PNG
Penguin Cup logo
Information
Members only No
When June 18, 2014 - July 2, 2014
Free Item(s) See list
Catalog(s) None
Mascot(s) Aunt Arctic
Where Southern Club Penguin island
Preceded by
Future Party
Succeeded by
Music Jam 2014

The Penguin Cup was a soccer-themed party on Club Penguin. It started on June 18, 2014 and ended on July 2, 2014. The event taked place during the same time as the 2014 FIFA World Cup that is held in Brazil. Team Red, Team Blue, Team Green and Team Yellow got official names and logos prior to the party.

History[edit]

The party was confirmed on March 10, 2014 via a meetup on Club Penguin.[1] Again on March 22, 2014, Spike Hike mentioned it.[2] On April 23, 2014, Polo Field mentioned it in a tweet.[3] On May 7, 2014, a sneak peek was revealed on the membership page.[4] On May 15, the Spanish blogger Tato Maxx showed a men with a draft for plush toys video.[5] On May 29, Polo Field revealed two sneak peeks of the party on the What's New Blog.[6] On May 30, the Portuguese blogger Tulip4zul posted on the Portuguese What's New Blog a sneak peek, showing some items that penguin could wear at the party.[7]

On June 5, a new ad on the Club Penguin's homepage, login and exit screens officially revealed when the party will start and end. On the same day, Tato Maxx revealed another sneak peek for the plush toys video, showing the film set.[8] On June 6, the official video trailer was posted on Club Penguin's YouTube channel. On the same day, Polo Field revealed a sneak peek, showing that the Beach will be the HQ of the Blue Team during the party and the shark will be the mascot.[9] Megg replied Polo Field saying that the mascot for the Green Team will be a squid and showing a free item that will be available at the party and that the Dock will be the HQ for the Green Team.[10] On June 9, the episode #23 of The Spoiler Alert showed a sneak peek of the Snow Forts during the construction.

On June 10, Megg revealed on the What's New Blog a sneak peek of the shoot-out soccer minigame that penguins will play during the party.[11] On June 11, Polo Field also confirmed that Aunt Arctic will be visiting during the party.[12] On the same day, the Portuguese blogger Gajotz posted some items that will be available at the party.[13] On June 13, a sneak peek video was posted on the What's New Blog, showing the rooms, the items and the map.[14] The plush toys video was also posted on June 13 in the Spanish and Portuguese Club Penguin's YouTube channel. On June 16, the episode #24 of The Spoiler Alert showed some sneak peeks of the rooms, the minigame and the items. A day later, on June 17, the UK Club Penguin Team posted a video on YouTube about the party. On June 25, the second part of the plush toys video was posted on the Spanish Club Penguin's YouTube channel. On June 27, a video was posted on Club Penguin's YouTube channel showing that Polo Field changed his team.

In-game development[edit]

On June 5, the Stadium replaced the Ice Rink and, according to the issue #450 of the Club Penguin Times, the soccer season had kicked-off. On June 12, Aunt Arctic announced in issue #451 of the newspaper that the Club Penguin Sports Network will cover every match of the Penguin Cup, and she need reporters. On the same day, the construction for the party started at the Snow Forts and in the Stadium.

Teams[edit]

The four teams

There are four participating teams for the Penguin Cup. Each team is given a team name - the first time this has happened in Club Penguin.

Place Team Score
1st Sharks 181,771,967
2nd Hot Sauce 33,969,255
3rd Fluffies 32,644,636
4th Space Squids 32,644,635

Shootouts[edit]

Shootouts gameplay
See main article: Shootouts

Shootouts is a temporary minigame introduced exclusively for this party. This game can be activated by dancing while holding the Penguin Cup Ball. In this game, players have to score as many goals as they can in 40 seconds to score points for their team and to collect points to redeem for items. Members can redeem points for shoes which allow them to shoot the ball faster, allowing them to score more goals in the allotted time.

Free items[edit]

A total of twenty-three free items were made available for this party. Items marked with a badge (Memberbadge.png) indicate that the item can only be obtained by members.

Gallery[edit]

Party Pictures[edit]

Sneak Peeks[edit]

Login and Exit Screens[edit]

Pre-Party[edit]

Miscellaneous[edit]

Videos[edit]

Trivia[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name
Portuguese Copa Pinguim
French Coupe Club Penguin
Spanish Copa Club Penguin
German Penguin Cup
Russian Кубка Пингвинов

References[edit]

SWF[edit]

See also[edit]