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Hola everyone!!


Registrationa are now open and we are looking for teams to fill our awesome tournament. If you think your team has what it takes register now. Because this is the New Zealand Ethnic Football Festival, we welcome teams from all over the North Island.


So, if you live in Rotorua, Tauranga, Auckland or wherever you are, if your team fits the fllowing criteria:

  • 80% of players of each team must come from the same ethnic origin.
  • Number of registered players in each team must be in between 15 to 18.

 Then this tournament is for you. Click here for the registration form. Spaces are limited so register now!!! Registration closes on Friday 16 August 2013.



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