The second annual Circuit Cup Championship is scheduled to be held on Sunday, November 11th in New Orleans. While the entire weekend is scheduled to include party after party (starting Thursday November 8th) – some teams previously unaware of The Circuit have expressed interest in securing a bid to the ultimate competitive kickball tournament of America. The Circuit is the home for competitive kickball in America and more teams have expressed interest in competing with the best of the best for cash and prizes.
The Circuit is about challenging yourself against the best. Our goal is to offer the country’s most competitive teams and players a setting where they can showcase their hard work and talent and be rewarded for the time and effort that they invest in this sport they love so much. The Circuit is a national collection of tournaments, offering players and teams nationwide the chance to compete for cash prizes along the road to the ultimate prize, The Circuit Cup, which is awarded to the top competitive kickball team in the country.
So, what happens when a team is unfortunate enough to discover that their local/regional Circuit Event has come and gone? What if a kickball team is the best of the best in their home league and they want to test their team against other Circuit Teams? Previously non-Circuit Teams could so only only by requesting a bid by submitting proof they were a “League Champion” from their home league/division. However, what about teams who are the best of the best from organizations/leagues with a plethora of competitive kickball teams? Do they have what it takes? We’re ready to invite you to APPLY to find out.
Teams wishing to compete in the Circuit Cup Championship who cannot attend a Circuit Event on the National Tour can APPLY to compete at the Circuit Cup Championship as a “Wild Card”. Note, your team must be approved before competing at the Circuit Cup Championship. The application for this option is now available here.
Please note Wild Card Slots are not guaranteed, and the Wild Card invitation in Circuit Cup is by application only. Teams may apply starting August 1st, 2012 on the Circuit Cup www.ThisIsKickball.com. Wild Card Bids will receive decisions on their applications by September 1, 2012. All players of the Wild Card Team must register by October 1st.
Teams may apply for Wild Card Bids starting on August 1, 2012. Applications will be considered on a first-in-first-out basis. The Kickball365 Executive Team will, space permitting, approve teams’ applications for Wild Cards promptly. During the National Tour, teams applying for Wild Card status will receive decisions on their applications by September 1, 2012.
Wild Card teams may confirm their bids by registering for The Circuit. Since Wild Card Teams do not attend Circuit Events and therefore have not paid the event registration fees other Circuit qualifiers have, the Kickball365 Executive Team has determined a fair registration fee for these teams.
Wild Card teams attending The Circuit Cup Championship will receive the same Pool Play game guarantee as other qualified Teams. As outlined below, in fairness to Circuit Qualifiers under the more preferred methods, their roads through Circuit Cup will be much more difficult,
All teams who are not available to travel to a Circuit Event on the National Tour still will have the chance to compete with the best or the best as a “Wild Card” Team. Teams will receive their decisions by September 1st, 2012 via email from the Kickball365 Executive Team.
The registration fee structure for Wild Card Teams will be provided with your decision. If selected and your Team’s roster is not fully registered by the deadline, the Team’s approved- application will be rejected and the team will be ineligible to compete at The Circuit Cup Championship.