The Kickball 4 the Kids Tournament is a Kickball365 Circuit Event
presented by the Albuquerque Active 20/30 Club.
The Albuquerque Active 20/30 Club is hosting the third annual Kickball 4 the Kids Classic which is sponsored by CenturyLink. This is a pool play kickball tournament with all proceeds going towards children charities in the greater Albuquerque Area. The Albuquerque Chapter of Active 20/30 International was formally re-chartered in July of 1988. In the ensuing time period, our membership has taken an aggressive approach toward community service, providing financial and in-kind assistance to children.
Compete with the Best in ABQ!
The Kickball 4 The Kids Tournament, presented by the Albuquerque Active 20/30 Club, is a Circuit Event, open to kickball teams from all over the world. Teams do not have to be invited nor otherwise qualify in order to take part in the tournament – any kickball team can register to play. The only requirements are that teams must field 10 players with at least 4 members of each sex, and all team members must be at least 21 yrs or older on the day of the tournament.
The Annual Kickball 4 The Kids Tournament will feature two tournaments. The competitive tournament will include the top teams from pool play who will all be competing for the money grand prize. The social tournament will not have a grand prize.
This year the Winners of the Competitive Tournament will receive a cash prize + free entry in 2014. 2nd Place will receive free entry in 2014 (no Cash Award).
The Social Tournament will include all other teams in a more relaxed tournament competing for bragging rights and cool trophies. With these two tournaments it will ensure that all who come to the Kickball 4 the Kids Tournament have an enjoyable experience both with their team while raising money for children’s charities here in New Mexico.
By competing in the competitive tournament you will have a chance to qualify for The Circuit Cup Championship 2013 in New Orleans for $10,000!
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What to expect at this event?
When attending this event you should expect a few things: an awesome time, a chance to meet a lot of kickballers from across the country, the toughest competition in the sport, and a good tan!
Can anyone compete in this event?
Yes, anyone who is 21+ years or older.
What rulebook is used for this event?
The Official Kickball365 Circuit Rule Book is used for this event. You can view the rule book here.
Does this event have a web site for more information?
What is The Circuit?
The Circuit is a series of open tournament events supported by Kickball365 to bring together the ultimate competitive adult kickball teams in America. Kickball365 is not your daddy’s country club. We are the home for kickball competition in America. The Circuit is the only national, professional tour of top-flight, competitive kickball tournaments. Our tournaments are one-of-a-kind vacation experiences where any team can compete to win over $20,000 in cash prizes.
What is The National Tour of The Circuit?
The National Tour is the series of Circuit Events held in a given year, in which registered teams compete for Circuit Points. The Circuit Scoring System (CSS) awards points to registered Circuit teams to determine eligibility for the Circuit Cup Championship and prizewinners for the year-long CSS Standings. The National Tour is divided into two segments – The Circuit Events themselves and the Circuit Cup Championship. This event is one of those events.
Are there other events on the National Tour?
Yes, but since you're here we'd love to see you compete at this event. However, if your schedule won't allow it find the full schedule of The Circuit here.
What is the Circuit Cup Championship?
At the end of the National Tour, the Circuit Teams that qualify will compete in the Kickball365 Circuit Cup Championship. The Circuit Cup Championship offers registered Circuit Teams a chance to compete for a prize pool of awards and cash over $19,000, with the top sixteen (16) teams receiving prize money.
What Scoring System is used?
The Circuit Scoring System (CSS) is used to reward the performance of registered teams at Circuit Events - like this one! We do this in order to establish the pool of eligible competitive adult kickball teams in America for the Circuit Cup Championship. Click here to view the CSS Formula.
Want to learn more?
Discover more by browsing the official Structure of The Circuit document.