WAKO Europe is participating in EUSA Games for the first time on Games.
This year in Belgrade, Serbia, July 21 – 26 2020, with the disciplines Point Fighting, Kick light, Full contact and K1-Style (see attached brochure).
Registrations for the European Universities Games 2020 open on December 1, 2019.
General Entry – 1st deadline: January 15th
Quantitative Entry (referee entry) – April 15th
Individual Entry – June 15th
Travel Plan – June 15th
Participants of the EUG are Universities and similar institutions with the status of an institution of higher education recognised by an appropriate national authority of their country.
Participants shall be nominated through their NUSA (EUSA Members), who can submit General Entry Forms at https://eug2020-registrations.eusa.eu/ and define a CONTACT PERSON to carry out the rest of the registration procedure, including submission of the Quantitative Entry Form, Individual Entry Forms and Travel Plans.
Deposit: Pro-forma invoice will be automatically generated upon submitting the General Entry Form. Deposit will be deducted from the Participation fee for the participating teams and will be returned to those NUSAs/teams who are not selected. Deposits are otherwise non-refundable (confirmed teams that cancel are therefore not entitled to get their deposit back).
Participation Fee: 65 EUR / person / night
EUSA Entry Fee: 30 EUR / person
Fees cover accommodation with full board - breakfast, lunch, dinner (starting with lunch on arrival and finishing with breakfast on departure day), transfer from official welcome points, local transport, training, competitions, ceremonies and general organization of the event.
DEPOSIT (to EUSA): EUSA shall receive a deposit, together with the General Entry Form (1st, 2nd and 3rd deadline). Only general entries with deposits paid within the defined deadlines will be considered.
PARTICIPATION FEE (to OC): 50 (fifty)% of the total sum of the participation fee, without considering general entry deposit, shall be paid until the Quantitative Entry deadline (April 15th), and the balance at the latest by the Individual Entry deadline (June 15th).
EUSA ENTRY FEE (to EUSA): EUSA shall receive an EUSA Entry Fee from competitors, officials, NUSA representatives and other participants together with the submission of the Quantitative Entry (referees are exempt from the payment).