Category A- Hotel accommodation:
Hotel booked through SG Open. All participants have to pay the hotel cost and participant fee. The cost is inclusive of SG Open Experience Card and breakfast. Lunch and dinner vouchers for meals can be purchased.
Category B - Own accommodation:
Teams arranging their own accommodation. All participants have to pay the participant fee. Lunch and dinner vouchers for meals can be purchased.
Who may participate?
All players who are registered with their IFF affiliated national floorball association, are welcome to participate in SG Open. In countries where floorball is operated by the schools, we also allow players affiliated by their school floorball association. If a player is not registered with their national floorball association, they must clarify their level of play over the past 2 years to be allowed. All players must be registered to be eligible to participate in the tournament
Number of teams in the tournament
The teams that have registered and paid the registration fee has priority. Registration counts as the date we receive the registration fee.
Which is the last date to register?
Deadline for making a registration is 10th March, 2022. Please note that teams who have registered and paid their registration fee first will be given priority when we reach the maximum number of teams in each category. Keep in mind that some of the categories are very popular and will be fully booked early.
SG Experience Card
The SG Experience Card is included for all participants and accompanying families and friends who have booked their accommodation via SG Open.
For all participants that registered for the SG Open Tournament, but did not book an accommodation via SG Open, are given the special offer to top up to upgrade the SG Experience Card.
Transport to and from the airport
Return transfer between the airport in Singapore and your accommodation is included in the accommodation cost. Note that there is only one return transfer per team/group included. The transfer is exclusively for teams, and NOT for accompanying families and friends.
For persons with special food needs or allergies we are able to arrange for it. If you wish to order vegetarian food/ halal food we are able to arrange for it too.
Extra nights for teams with SG Open accommodation
If a team need to arrive or depart outside the tournament dates, June 28th to July 3rd, extra hotel nights can be arranged at a special rate according to the hotel levels. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Check in online
All teams must check in online at SG Open Account before their arrival to the tournament. The online check in can be done by the earliest May 1st and by the latest May 16th. Please observe, that you must bring your booking confirmation and possible vouchers that you have printed to the tournament to collect your orders.
All participants at SG Open must complete and adhere to the age control to participate in the tournament. This is to make sure that all participants are eligible to participate in the age class they are enrolled in.
Hotel bookings for families and friends
March 10th: Registration closes
April 1st: Last date to pay the accommodation cost and/or participation fee.
May 1st: Last date for payments of extra orders such as extra SGEXP! Cards, special food, meal cards. This is also the deadline to cancel players.
May 16th: Last day to check in online
Jul 13th: Arrival day, no matches are played
July 14th: The matches begin. Opening ceremony at Stadium.
July 14th: Last day to complete the age control
July 17th: Finals and departure day
The registration fee must be paid within ten days of submitting the registration online. Once we receive the payment of your registration fee, we will confirm your registration.
Early bird registration fee is $350. Deadline 31/12/2021
Bird registration fee is $400. Deadline: 28/02/2022
Normal fee is $480. Deadline: 15/05/2022
*Special promotion: Participate in 2 categories per team, the total fee is $500 combined.
The accommodation cost and/or participation fee must be paid no later than April 1st, 2022. If the accommodation cost and/or participation fee has not been paid for within five days after its due date SG Open has the right to cancel your registration without any right to a refund of the registration fee. For hotel accommodation see your booking confirmation.
Note that all bank transaction fees must be paid for by the team. You have to pay in the currency (SGD or USD) that is the most ”natural” currency in your country. Please observe that we do not accept any personal or company cheques.
If you need to cancel your registration, email email@example.com and note your registration number. The registration fee is non refundable.
In case a player or leader must cancel the accommodation cost is only refundable if the cancellation is made at the latest April 10th. After April 10th a doctor's notice is required to get the accommodation cost refunded.
Accommodation booked through SG Open
We reserve us the right during the tournament when needed to move a team from their accommodation to be lodged in another accommodation and the right to dismiss a participant from SG Open accommodation if the participant commits criminal offense or at repeated occasions violates our rules. For teams with booked accommodation through SG Open the team manager as indicated on the participants list is responsible for the team's behavior.
The team manager in charge is obligated to ensure that all participants are insured on the court. Each participant is responsible for his/her personal insurance off the pitch. Participants from countries that have no medical insurance agreement with Singapore must have personal medical insurance. Neither SG Open nor the organizer has collective insurance to cover injuries, illness, theft or damages.
Cancelation of the tournament and force majeure
Neither SG Open nor the organizer is responsible for compensation and they are also not responsible for financial losses or damages that may occur due to events outside the control of SG Open or the organizer, such as war-like events, fire, flood, interruptions in public transport connections, government actions, strike or other similar circumstances.