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  • How good are the teams that compete in this tour?
    There are a combination of recreational and competitive teams. Most of the teams that compete, are teams from local leagues looking to play against new competition. The goal of this event is to create a festitival feel with music, food, vendors, and sometimes special appearances by NFL cheerleadrs, mascots, and players. The experince far outweighs the competition.
  • What if the event is canceled due to weather, do I get a refund?"
    Unfortunaltey no. If weather is the cause for a cancellation, then there will be no refunds given. The tournament must still pay for the facility, officials, directors, awards, liability insurace, medical staff, security, any special appearances including cheerleaders, mascots, and players in advance. Therefore, all parties are at risk when it comes to weather related issues.
  • If I don't win my division, can I still go to the National Championships?"
    You sure can! Division winners may receive a 1/2 paid or a fully paid bid depending on the tournament they enter. However, even if you don't win, you can pay the $450 entry fee to compete at Nationals.
  • How does the age cut off work?
    The age cut off for most of the tournaments on this tour is based off of birthyear. Whatever birthyear you were born in will be the division you would play in. For example, if you were born in 2009 you would play in our 10U division (10 years of age or under) meaning that most players on this year's tour will be turning 10 at some point in the calendar year. However, nobody will eleven.
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