If you’d love to play in Denver,
here’s what you need to do
SELECT AND purchase a Festival Package
This will ensure that you and your team will be involved in every aspect of the festival. Festival Packages include 7 nights accommodation, match day transfers, guarantee of three matches, and tickets to the amazing social functions - Opening Ceremony, Grand Finale Party and the midweek Picnic Day. See our packages and pricing
Once you’ve selected a Package, you’ll need to register.
REGISTRATION FOR TEAM MANAGERS
REGISTRATION FOR PLAYERS
Step 1: Team Manager registers team
Team Manager registers their team and pays the registration fee (US$200) at the same time. Team Managers also register themselves (providing the information we require and selecting their package type) at the same time.
Step 2: Gather team member details
Team manager shares A link to EACH TEAM MEMBER &
TEAM MEMBERS FILL IN THEIR OWN DETAILS
Team Manager copy and pastes a link when prompted at the end of the Team Registration form (or from an email they will be sent after they have completed registering their team). Team Manager emails this link to all the team members. This will allow each team member to enter their details, accept their waiver, select their package type and arrange payment.
NEED A HELPING HAND?
If you’re not sure how to proceed, please click on the button below to arrange a time to chat to Jordan, he’s our Event Administrator and can help answer any questions you have.
Why online registration is easier.
INDIVIDUALS CAN PAY BY CREDIT CARD
In the past, Team Managers were responsible for collecting payments on behalf of the whole team. But now individual team members can log on and pay for their packages themselves, using their own credit card.
DETAILS ARE EASY TO CHANGE
With online registration, Team Managers and teams members can make changes to their registration, as well as buy merchandise, coloured shorts, add tours and other optional items.
SAVES TIME AND HEADACHES
The online registration process will save team managers a huge amount of time and effort – all it takes is a little communication to team members who are used to previous events.