In line with the Australian Government crowd regulations due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we will not be able to host the Far North QLD Youth Cup as planned April 13-16.
But all is not lost – we have moved the dates to October 3-6 making for the ultimate end-of-season tournament in paradise!
All Interstate teams and CFA participants have now been sent an email regarding this – and we look forward to making the 2020 edition of the FNQ Youth Cup even bigger and better than planned!
And for some more good news! Given that the FNQ Youth Cup will now take place in 7 months, it re-opens registrations for new teams! So if you missed out on the April dates, why not take advantage of the cheap flights and bring your team up in October (subject to approval). Get in touch today!
This third instalment is expected to be our biggest and best so far, boasting a brand new location at The Grounds Cairns – FNQ’s only FIFA rated football facility complete with state-of-the-art synthetic turf as well as high quality grass turf. We also have on-site Cairns’ newest and hippest eatery, Pizza Loca Cantina, who will be churning out amazing food for the entire four days.
For the 2019 edition it was amazing to have so many high quality teams as well as our special guest coaches – Socceroo Luke Wilkshire and Former Leeds star Michael Bridges join us for such an incredible four days as well as so many of Australia’s best youth coaches. It really was a National event with teams from Perth, Northern Territory, Sydney, Brisbane, Townsville and Adelaide all participating!
Divisions: U10, U11, U12 and U13/14
Format: 7v7 (U10-U12) and 6v6 (U13/14)
Tournament cost: $900 per team (ex GST – max 11 players)
Camp cost: $50 per player (inclusive of a training shirt) with Guest Coaches, Brisbane Roar Academy Boss Warren Moon and Adelaide United Football Director Bruce Djite!
Expressions of interest for this tournament from teams outside FNQ are now open here! Accommodation, meal, and travel packages can also be arranged if required.
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