This is Kickball.
Kickball365 is about love of the game; The Circuit is about seeking out tougher competition. We love kickball and everything it has to offer. Kickball365 offers the country’s most competitive teams and players a setting where they can showcase their hard work and talent and be rewarded for the time and effort that they have invested in the sport they love so much.
Kickball365 believes in kickball as a wholly unique sport that combines the discipline of other sports, while providing an unforgettable travel experience. Driven by our love of the sport, we built an organization to bring together those who love the sport as much as we do and provide them with the opportunity to compete and socialize with other players from across the country. We do this by offering one-of-a-kind tournament vacation experiences nationwide. We invite you to discover The Circuit.
WHAT IS A CIRCUIT EVENT?
A Circuit Event is a Kickball Tournament hosted by Kickball365 with the support of a local independent contractor. Expectations of a Circuit Event include: Friday Social Event, Saturday Tournament, a Saturday night After Party, and a Sunday Tournament (only on dual weekend events). The number of games offered at a Circuit Event may vary depending on the number of teams attending a tournament.
WHAT IS THE NATIONAL TOUR?
The National Tour is the series of Circuit Events held annually across the country in which registered teams compete for Circuit Points. Teams are seeded at each Circuit Event using the Official Circuit Ranking System (CRS). The Circuit Scoring System (CSS) awards points to registered Circuit teams to determine eligibility for the Circuit Championship Weekend and prizewinners for the year-long National Tour Standings.
WHO CAN ATTEND A CIRCUIT EVENT?
All players who wish to compete in a Circuit Event on the National Tour must be at least 21 years old at the time of registration, have adequate health insurance, and be properly registered on the roster of a team at the Circuit Event.
WHAT IS THE CIRCUIT CHAMPIONSHIP WEEKEND?
The Circuit Championship Weekend is the weekend of events when Kickball365 crowns National Champions for the Co-Ed and Women’s Divisions.
WHO CAN ATTEND CIRCUIT CHAMPIONSHIP WEEKEND?
While Franchise Owners are responsible for registering to claim Circuit Points after attending a Circuit Event – Players can register at any time. Players spots are secured only until they have attended at least one (1) Circuit Event on the National Tour. Those who plan to compete at the Circuit Championship Weekend are required to do so. If you fail to attend one Circuit Event your Circuit Championship Weekend registration fee will be refunded on the October 1st deadline.
There is no “Free Agent” category for the Circuit Championship Weekend. Players are required to have qualified for the Championship event with a team. Furthermore, players are not eligible to transfer to another team for the sole purpose of the Circuit Championship Weekend. If a team disbands after the registration deadline and prior to the Circuit Championship Weekend, then that player is not eligible to transfer to another team for the sole purpose of the Circuit Championship Weekend.
Once registered your Team will automatically claim Circuit Points earned and you will be listed in the Official Standings of The Circuit.
RULEBOOK OF THE CIRCUIT
The Circuit, which includes all of the National Tour of Circuit Events and the Circuit Championship Weekend utilizes the Official Rule Book of Kickball365.
Download the Official Rulebook at http://www.kickball365.com/refereeing/
OFFICIAL KICKBALL FOR THE CIRCUIT
The Official Kickball of Kickball365 is a custom kickball manufactured by Baden Sports. The custom model used is a Baden Sports PG-10 with a unique numerical suffix. This is the only kickball that is allowed on the National Tour. Generic Baden sports PG-10 models will only be used on the National Tour in exigent circumstances.
PLAYER ELIGIBILITY & PARTICIPATION TERMS
To be eligible to compete in the Circuit Championship Weekend a player must have registered, attended, and played at least one (1) inning of kickball at their registered Circuit Event to be considered an eligible player (a.k.a the “Ghost” rule).
Additional details can be found on the Kickball365 Knowledge Base. All players of The Circuit agree to these terms for each event attended.