*6 – 8 MARCH 2020
*GOLD COAST, AUSTRALIA
*AUDIENCE ENTRY FREE
ATHLETE CHECK-IN & TOURNAMENT DRAW: 5 MARCH
The International Mixed Martial Arts Federation is proud to invite amateur MMA athletes from around the world to compete in the 2020 IMMAF Oceania Open Championships to be held on the Gold Coast, Australia from 6 – 8 March*, as registration opens today.
Athletes interested in competing in the three-day, nation vs nation tournament should contact their National Federation for information about how to apply.
*Athlete Check-In and the Tournament Draw take place on 5 March, with the Tournament commencing on 6 March
FRIENDS & FAMILY PACKAGES
Athletes’ friends and family have the opportunity to bring their support and enjoy a holiday on the beautiful Gold Coast through the Friends and Family Package offered by host federation, IMMAFA. For the price of $250 AUD, the package includes:
* VIP event tickets
* Accommodation in the official athlete village
* Breakfast and dinner included
To register your interest and for further information email [email protected]
The Gold Coast is a stunning tourist destination in Queensland, Australia with its sunny subtropical climate. It is renowned for its surfing beaches, theme parks, nightlife, and rainforest hinterland. The city hosted the Commonwealth Games in 2018.
Richie Cranny, President of host federation, the International Mixed Martial Arts Federation Australia (IMMAFA) said:
“As President of IMMAFA I would like to personally extend an invitation to all IMMAF federations around the world to attend the 2020 IMMAF Oceania in March, on Australia’s amazing Gold Coast in Queensland.
“I understand that Australia and New Zealand are a long way away for many athletes and coaches to travel to, but we intend on putting on a great three-day event in a location that will be hard to beat, ensuring we reward all those that make the trip.
“2020 will become a timestamp of change for IMMAF in our region and we look forward to welcoming as many athletes and federations as possible in joining us.”