Camrose Night Classic - Edmonton, Canada
The Camrose Night Classic is very anticipated and unique style of tournament in Alberta that plays games under the lights until 2:30 AM (age dependent, younger ages (u11-u13) will play until 11:45 pm) . Games start Friday evening and the tournament ends on Sunday Afternoon. Games are two thirty minutes half . The age categories are from ages U11 to U19. There is always fun, energy and excitement to feed off playing under the lights.
This tournament is perfect in combination with the Manchester City Cup in San Diego, California.
All referees from all levels and ages are welcome to apply for the Camrose Night Classic. The tournament, which takes place May 31st – June 2nd, will offer free accommodation and paid meals and drinks for all referees who attend the tournament. Referees will also be given free rides to the pitches and back to the dorms. When a group is going, we suggest renting a car, to facilitare transportation and visiting the nearby attractions. Referees will be paid a fee after the tournament, depending on the number of games they’ve done. A maximum number of 21 games over 3 days is achievable by a single referee.
Please note – if you are under the age of 18 you will need to travel with a responsible adult.
Referees are responsible for their own travel costs to and from Edmonton, as well as their
incidental costs during the week.
Referees for the Camrose Night Classic will be accommodated at the campus of Augustuna (free of charge), where each referee will have their own private room with shared bathroom. Referees will need to bring their own bed sheets and own personal hygenic products.
Referees will be able to check-in on May 31st and check-out on June 2nd. If referees wish to arrive a day early or stay a day longer, this will need to be communicated ahead of time.
The city of Camrose is located about 90 km from Edmonton, Alberta’s capital. Camrose is a small city, but is actively growing along highway 13, which runs through its center. Camrose is located in a transitory region of Alberta, between prairie and boreal forest, known as Aspen Parkland. On the same weekend as the tournament, the 62nd annual jaywalkers jamboree will be in Camrose, featuring dozens of entertainers from local dance clubs, bands and singers. Camrose is also only a few hours away from some of North America’s most beautiful national parks, such as Banff and Jasper.
The closest airport to Camrose is Edmonton International Airport, which is located about 80 km away and it is served by most Canadian and American airline companies. Transportation from the airport to Camrose will be provided by the organizers.