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Tournament Administration. The Tournament administration centre will be located in the tournament village. The Tournament administration centre will be open from 10.30 am on Saturday 22nd September then for the duration of the Tournament from 8.30am-5.00pm. All communication related to the Tournament should be directed in the first instance to the Tournament Administration Centre.
Over 50 volunteers from the Mudgeeraba Soccer Club, Griffith University Events Management students and youth participating in Kokoda organisation’s Kokoda Challenge will be striving to provide Tournament participants with high quality support within a very friendly holiday atmosphere.
First Aid will be provided for the duration of the Tournament. The Tournament First Aid Centre will be located in the tournament village. First Aid outposts will operated from clearly marked stations on the fields external to the Carrara stadium.
Each coach/manager and referees are required to attend the mandatory briefing sessions for each group on the opening Saturday. Important information, updates and changes to schedule will be discussed.
All tournament rules are available here.
Disputes will be resolved by the organising committee and all decisions are final and binding.
Results and standings will be posted on the tournament website at the end of each days play. Please check after 8:30pm each night.
Injuries / Insurance Claim
It is extremely important that all players are covered by their regional or state FFA or FIFAA affiliated insurer. The Gold Coast Champions Cup carries limited insurance - the claim form can be found here.
The Kokoda Challenge Youth Program (KCYP) is a program which has been developed to help young people who are at a crossroads in their lives and require an opportunity to help realise their full potential.
The KCYP is a 12 month commitment - the first 20 weeks consists of training activities and camps which develop physical fitness and prepare participants for the Challenge of a lifetime: walking the Kokoda Track in PNG or undertaking the Australia based Kokoda Kids Adventure Challenge.
This life changing experience is followed by a further 6 months community support where participants regularly volunteer their time to local not for profit organisations and events eg. Gold Coast Pet Expo, Police Citizens Youth Club and Salvation Army.
The KCYP is about providing the opportunity for young people to learn the skills and qualities that matter in life: including discipline, tolerance, self worth, team work, purpose and leadership. The program uses the spirit of Kokoda to teach the younger generation the value of endurance, courage, sacrifice and mateship.
Tournament volunteer youth from the Kokoda Organisation
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