Up for Bid: Flag Football World Championship Tour Events

By Connect Sports Staff, December 5, 2017

The Flag Football World Championship Tour is seeking to add regional and national stops nationwide in 2018, 2019 and 2020 to feed into its world championships. The world’s largest flag football tournament series currently operates a a multi-event tournament series called the Battle Circuit, culminating with the World Championships in July 2018. The championship will be aired on television. Smaller regional events feature between 30 and 70 teams; national championships include 100-200 teams; the world championship draws 300-400 teams.

Here are the details:

Deadline to Bid: December 30, 2017 for 2018 events; Sept. 30, 2018 for 2019 events

Time of Year: Year-round

Venue Requirements: 2-8 fields for regionals and international qualifiers; 8-16 for national championship; 16+ for world championship.

Number of attendees: 1,500-10,000+ (regional to world championship)

Hotel requirements: Preferred within 10 miles of venue

Room block: 500-5,000 (ranging from regional to world championship)

Rate: $99-$150

Economic Impact: $1 million to $10 million

Rights Fee:

$5,000 for regional events

$10,000 for international qualifiers

$15,000 for national championships

$50,000 for world championships

For the full RFP, click here.

For more information or to submit a bid, email info@ffwct.com.

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