Jet Friends Club (JFC) presents first international amateur mini football tournament – International Business Aviation Football Cup (IBAFC). The tournament will be held on 23rd of May at Geneva, on the second day of EBACE exhibition. JFC invites amateur teams, whichparticipants engaged in business aviation: air charter brokers and operators, representatives of FBO, aircraft manufacturers and ground handling. The tournament will be going on from 4 to 9 pm. JFC will provide transfer to the tournament and then back to the center of Geneva, the locker-rooms and a shower for the participants. After the games all participants will be welcomed at DJ party and festive dinner.
Only amateur teams composed of the business aviation industry employees can take part in tournament. Participation of professional football players is forbidden. Teams should be minimum 5 people and maximum 10.
Only 8 football teams can take part in tournament. Game format - mini football matches in two stages:
1) Group stage
2) Play off
The duration of the match – 2 half by 10 minutes.
If you want to receive full regulations of tournament, please ask for it: firstname.lastname@example.org
Participants should send the application to our e-mail email@example.com. The application should content name of the team, representative person with contact information, company and country that represents the team. Participation will be confirmed after payment of entrance fee €350 for the team. Last day for the application is 15th of May 2017. In this day will take place IBAFC draw for Group stage formation.
Please hurry! Just 8 football teams can take part in tournament and three of them had already been declared!
Additional questions, wishes and comments you can send to Jet Friends Club organizing committee email firstname.lastname@example.org
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