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July Camps and Junior Euros Tournament

Posted by KIKOFF | 6th June 2016

Keep active during the Winter School Holidays with KIKOFF Soccer Schools Holiday Clinics and Junior Football Tournaments!  This July KIKOFF will be running our holiday clinics and also mini-football tournaments for players aged 5-12 years old.


Holiday Soccer camps & KIKOFF Holiday Futsal camps take place across Sydney during every school holiday at all of our state of the art facilities.

Our elite team of coaches are accredited with at least an ‘FFA C Licence’ qualification or equivalent and have experience coaching soccer across 3 continents (UK, USA & Australia). Over the last couple of years, we have worked cooperatively to develop one of the most original and effective approaches to coaching youth soccer in Australia.

We are committed to the holistic development of young players of all ages and abilities. We understand the importance of dedicating focused attention to the physical, technical, social and psychological aspects of a players’ development.


On the Fridays in the holidays after our 4-day holiday camps finish we will be holding a mini-Euros tournament for the junior players.

Entry is $20 per player and you can register as a player or with a team. You can choose which team you want to represent (*first come first served on team names!)

Prizes will be awarded to the winning team!

The first week of the holidays we will be holding the tournament at KIKOFF Fraser Park on Friday July 8, click on the links below to register:

U6-8 | 9am – 12pm

U9-12 | 1pm – 4pm

During the second week of the holidays the tournament will move to KIKOFF Harbord on July 15, click on the links below to register:

U6-8 | 9am – 12pm

U9-12 | 1pm – 4pm

Tournament Format

  • Eight teams to play in round robin format.
  • Open to all. Players can organise own teams (new participants)
  • Top four will progress to the Euro 2016 Knockout phase
  • Bottom four teams will play in the “Challenge Cup” knockout phase.
  • 6 minute games
  • Each Team will be allocated a nation prior to tournament. First come first serve.
  • Teams encouraged to wear the colour of their allocated nations and can produce flags posters which can be positioned around the pitches.
  • Teams are not required to bring a coach to the tournament and all teams will be supervised by Kikoff staff. Substitutions and tactics will be made by Kikoff staff.

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