3 table mysql join showing all rows

I have 3 tables:

teamId | teamName

roundId | roundName

--score - linking table
teamId | roundId | score

I want to create a table showing rounds along the top and teams down the left with scores at the appropriate place (if they have them).

Ideally I would like 1 query to show all the data and I can then use PHP to sort through the data into the table.

How do I create a query that outputs all teams, all rounds, and scores if they have them... otherwise null

Query output example that might work:
teamId | teamName | roundId | roundName | score
1        namea      1         TV          7
2        nameb      1         TV          null
3        namec      1         TV          2
4        named      1         TV          9
1        namea      2         radio       4
2        nameb      2         radio       3
3        namec      2         radio       7
4        named      2         radio       1
1        namea      3         sport       null
2        nameb      3         sport       null
3        namec      3         sport       null
4        named      3         sport       null

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In the above example
- team 2 round 1 didn't play
- round 3 hasn't been played yet

This query doesnt show all the rounds:
LEFT JOIN score ON team.teamId = score.teamId
LEFT JOIN round ON score.roundId = round.roundId

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I can then use while loops to go through the data and built the table.......
Unless anyone else has a better idea?
Steve TinsleyAsked:
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Steve TinsleyAuthor Commented:
See another question I created:

But I think the mysql method of building a piviot table is too complex and goes over my head!
ste5anSenior DeveloperCommented:
You need a Cartesian JOIN for team X round and LEFT JOIN your scores:

FROM    rounds R
        CROSS JOIN teams T
        LEFT JOIN scores S ON S.teamId = T.teamId
                               AND S.roundId = R.roundId;

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Steve TinsleyAuthor Commented:
That is prefect!
Many Thanks!
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