Up for Bid: 2019-2020 USA Field Hockey Summer Bash—Northeast (Updated)

By Connect Sports Staff, August 8, 2018

National Hockey Festival USA Field HockeyUSA Field Hockey is seeking proposals to host it’s 2019 and 2020 Summer Bash—Northeast. With a steady growth of field hockey our youngest age division categories (U-10 Co-Ed, U-12 Co-Ed, U-14 Girls and U-14 Boys) in nearly every region of the country, the NGB has added regionalized tournaments for beginner level players. The Summer Bash—Northeast is an event that can be hosted in the following states: Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island and New York. Outside of the scheduled competition, the event may include several different ancillary events that will provide platforms for further development of athletes, club coaches, college coaches and umpires. Here are the details:

Deadline to Bid: Sept. 21, 2018

Time of Year: 2019: June 14-16, June 21-23, July 5-7, July 12-14. 2020: June 19-21, June 26-28, July 10-12.

Venue Requirements: 3 full sized, lighted, water-based fields at 300’ x 180’ in a contiguous space. Fields to be broken into four-six half fields with a 10’ space between sidelines. Space for indoor hospitality areas and a vendor village required (see RFP for more details).

Number of participants: 480 athletes, 80 coaches, 25 umpires and 720 spectators

Hotel requirements: Centrally located near airport, venue or local attraction

Room nights: 400

Rate: $150 or less preferred

For the full RFP, click here.

For more information, email Justin Miller, Event and Club Services Manager, jmiller@usafieldhockey.com and Glen Hollingsworth, Event and Club Services Manager, ghollingsworth@usafieldhockey.com.

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