This is Kickball.
The Circuit is the only national, professional tour of top-flight, competitive kickball tournaments. Our tournaments are one-of-a-kind vacation experiences where any team can compete to win cash prizes.
WHAT IS THE CIRCUIT?
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 THE NATIONAL TOUR?
The National Tour is the series of Circuit Events (Co-Ed & Women Only) 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.
WHAT IS THE CIRCUIT CHAMPIONSHIP WEEKEND?
The Circuit Championship Weekend is the weekend of events when Kickball365 crowns National Champions for both the Circuit Cup Championship (Saturday Co-ed Event) and the Women’s Open Championship (Sunday Women’s Only Event).
WHAT IS THE CIRCUIT CUP CHAMPIONSHIP?
At the end of the National Tour the teams officially registered with The Circuit are awarded bids to compete at the Circuit Cup Championship to determine the top co-ed kickball team in America.
WHAT IS THE WOMEN’S OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP?
At the end of the National Tour, the teams officially registered with The Circuit are awarded bids to compete at the Women’s Open Championship to determine the top women’s kickball team in America.
WHO CAN ATTEND A CIRCUIT EVENT?
Anyone! Yes, all players are invited to compete in a Circuit Event on the National Tour provided the player is at least 21 years old at the time of registration, has adequate health insurance, and is properly registered on the roster of a team at the Circuit Event.
WHO CAN ATTEND CIRCUIT CHAMPIONSHIP WEEKEND?
If you would like to compete at the Circuit Cup Championship (#CCC) and/or the Women’s Open Championship (#WOC), then a Franchise Owner (a.k.a. Team Captain) must officially register through the Official Registration System (http://register.kickball365.com) and qualify through one of the two qualification categories detailed later in this document.
WHAT IS THE OFFICIAL CIRCUIT RANKING SYSTEM
In 2014, the Circuit National Tour will employ a “BCS” style of system, combining three (3) ranking systems to produce OFFICIAL CIRCUIT RANKING SYSTEM (CRS) (http://kickball365.com/thecircuit/rankings). This includes: an ELO-Based Ranking System, a FIFA®-Based Ranking System, and a RPI-Based Ranking System. The Circuit will use the total of the three above Ranking Systems to determine the OFFICIAL CIRCUIT RANKING SYSTEM (CRS) throughout the National Tour Year. The CRS will take the ranking of each team’s ELO, FIFA®, and RPI and combine them to determine their rank. Only teams classified as Established Teams will be eligible for inclusion the CRS. Teams classified as Open, Provisional or Merged Teams will be ranked once they are updated as an Established Team (see CIRCUIT EVENT TEAM CLASSIFICATIONS). Available teams are not eligible for the CRS.
STRUCTURE OF THE CIRCUIT
The Circuit is a national tour of kickball tournaments that allows players and teams to travel across the country , meet fellow kickball enthusiasts, and complete for cash prizes . At the end of the Circuit awaits the ultimate prizes for the top competitive co-ed and women’s kickball teams in America: The Circuit Cup and The Women’s Open Cup. The Structure document defines The Circuit. Read it here http://bit.ly/TheCircuit_2014
The Circuit, which includes all of the National Tour of Circuit Events, the Circuit Cup Championship, and the Women’s Open Championship, utilizes the Official Kickball365 Circuit Rule Book.
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KICKBALL OF THE CIRCUIT
The Official Kickball of Kickball365 is a custom kickball designed by Kickball365 and manufactured by Baden Sports. The custom Kickball model used is a Baden Sports PG-10 with a unique numerical suffix, indicating custom production. 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.
Players can purchase the Official Kickball of Kickball365 at http://www.kickballstuff.com/the-circuit/.