How do I reach Rugby Club Octopus?
How much is the entry fee?
The entry fee for the senior competition on the Saturday is €250/ GBP 200 per team. Upon registration € 100 will be returned in the form of tokens on the day of the tournament.
Entry fee for the youth tournament on the Sunday is € 75 / GBP 60 per team. The participation of your team will only be finalised once you have paid your entry fee. All registration fees are non-refundable. Please make sure you include the name of the team when making the payment.
Please transfer the registration costs to the following account:
Uden, The Netherlands
Sports Association Octopus
What is the price of a token?
What about food & drinks?
We are fully licensed. On Saturday and Sunday, the outdoor bar and food court will have a variety of (non)alcoholic drinks and a selection of healthy food and snacks e.g. pasta, hamburgers, fries, sandwiches, barbecue, fruit, smoothies etc.
Although the tournament area is not enclosed it is not allowed to bring your own food and beverages. In order to keep up the high standard of services, facilities and referees we need we rely on the sale of food & drinks.
Can I join the BBQ on Saturday evening?
What is the tournament format?
Do you have tented accommodation?
Yes, we do. The tents are booked predominantly by the senior teams for Friday and/ or Saturday. All what you will need to bring is a sleeping bag, toiletries and towels. All what you will need to bring is a sleeping bag, toiletries and towels. It is not allowed to bring your own tent with you due to safety and space. Sunday the youth tournament starts, and tents are situated around the main pitch, sleeping in will be hard.
|TENT||1 NIGHT||2 NIGHTS|
|A - 10 persons||€ 150||€ 200|
|B - 20 persons||€ 300||€ 400|
|C - 30 persons||€ 450||€ 600|
Please be aware to book this way in advance as we need to plan for these arrangements during the summer holiday.
Is there a party on Saturday?
Am I insured by the tournament?
No, the organisers have no liability whatsoever. We have a professional set-up with doctors and physios at the venue. Minor injuries, cuts and bruises can be treated immediately on site. In case of a serious injury that requires hospital treatment, you need to be insured. This is your own responsibility. You might be insured via your club or union.
To prove that you are insured in your country you must have a “European Health Insurance Card”. The cardholder will be treated in the same way and charged with the same patient fees as an insured person in the country he or she is visiting. You must apply for this card from your local health insurance agency well in advance.
A copy of your identity card will do as well. You will receive the invoice of the hospital at your home address and you can present it to your insurance company after having paid the invoice.