Brick Tournament FAQ’s (Primary Tournament)
1. How old does a player have to be to play in the Brick Tournament?
- The oldest a player can be is 10 years old. The player must turn 10 within the current year of the Tournament.
2. What are the dates of this year’s Tournament?
- The tournament dates are listed on the home page of our website, under schedule.
3. How do I enter a team in the Brick Tournament?
To be accepted into the Brick Tournament, an organization must apply by sending us information regarding the following:
- How long they have been in business
- What tournaments they have played in in the last few years
- How the organization structured, including the quality of coaches
- Other relevant information, as you see fit
- The ability to make a three year commitment to bring a competitive team to Edmonton in the first week of July
- Once we have received this information we will put your organization into our waiting list based on location and seniority. Teams coming from a state or province that does not have a team in the tournament increases its chances, but teams from a state or province that is currently in the tournament must wait until such time as they are no longer competitive or pull out of the tournament.
4. How does my son/daughter get an opportunity to play in the Brick Tournament?
- If you reside in a state or province that currently has a team in the tournament, then you contact them to request a tryout. Active teams are listed on the opening page of our website under "Participating Teams". If you reside in a state/province that does not have a team in the tournament then you contact any of the Participating Teams, with the exception of the two Toronto teams, and request a tryout as an import player.
5. We live in an area without a Brick Team assigned to it (Non-Brick Team state/province) and we want to know which team we are affiliated with?
- You are not affiliated with any team and as such you are an import player who is eligible to play for any team in the tournament (with the exception of the two Toronto teams). You can contact any of the Participating Teams on our website and request a tryout as an import player.
6. We do not want our player to play for our currently assigned team, so how can our player play for another team?
- In order to be released from the team in your state or province of residence you must obtain a release, signed by that team authorizing you to try out for another team.