Summer youth basketball tournament vacancies through Chicagoland Youth Basketball
Chicagoland Youth Basketball has announced the availability of open spaces for youth basketball teams looking to compete in upcoming summer tournaments. All games take place on the weekends.
The Chicagoland Youth Basketball Network (CYBN) has announced the availability of open seats for youth basketball teams interested in participating in the upcoming summer tournaments. The participating teams will compete against each other in hard-fought matches characteristic of CYBN’s summer activities. With more than half of the summer tournaments wrapped up and spectacular matches taking place between rival teams, the matches scheduled for the remainder of the season are set to become even more exciting and competitive.
That Youth Basketball Summer Tournaments Still open for registration are Dawg Days Classic, Summer Championships, Midwest Shootout, Supreme Hoopfest, Back To School Showdown and Crossover Classic. All tournaments are promised to be extremely competitive and affordable in classic CYBN fashion. Boys and girls teams from grades 3 to 12 can register to participate in all listed tournaments.
Dawg Days Classic takes place on Saturday 23rd July 2022. Registration for this tournament costs $125.
The CYBN Summer Championships will take place on the last weekend of July, July 30th and 31st, 2022. There will be 2 game shootout matches with a $125 registration fee and 3 game shootout matches with a $165 registration fee.
The Midwest Shootout is the 2-game shootout tournament scheduled for the first weekend of August, August 6th and 7th, 2022. The registration fee for this tournament is $100.
The Supreme Hoopfest is also a 2-game shootout tournament taking place on August 13th and 14th, 2022. The registration fee for this tournament is also $100.
Back To School Showdown is the next two-game shootout event taking place on August 20th and 21st, 2022. There is also a $100 entry fee for this contest.
CYBN officials are promising that the summer tournaments will start with a bang. Therefore, the last tournament in August is the fan-favorite Crossover Classic, taking place on August 27th and 28th, 2022. This is also a 2 game shootout tournament with a $100 entry fee.
To participate in summer tournaments, visit the Chicagoland Youth Basketball Network official website at https://cybnturniere.com/. The website also contains registration details for scheduled tournaments after the summer tournaments.
“Summer tournaments are some of the most entertaining and competitive team games. All of the players, coaches, parents and even our game officials are amazed at the talent and level of gameplay we’re seeing again this season. Because children have more free time in summer, they can devote more time to training and exercise, and we can clearly see the results in their games. The opportunity to compete against other teams in professionally directed basketball games allows these young players to hone their game skills. But that’s not all; our teams also present their talent to talent scouts and coaches from all over the country”, said a Chicagoland youth basketball representative when asked about the opportunities these summer tournaments offer participating teams.
About Chicago Youth Basketball Network
The Chicago Youth Basketball Network (CYBN) is one of the most prominent and active in Chicago youth basketball organizations. They currently serve over 5000 teams and the number of registrations is growing every year. The organization helps many schools and other organizations save up to $250,000 annually. However, the increase in the number of teams signing up and those willing to sign up will have a positive impact on the sport. Although the Chicago Youth Basketball Network is not a tournament broker and does not invest capital in any basketball team, it offers school districts and municipalities the opportunity to rent courts at a discounted rate. The CYBN and its growing network of partners own several gyms in Chicago. The charges are 25% of what they are normally with the same facilities. That means organizations save money and keep gyms filled; a win for everyone.
Chicagoland Youth Basketball Network
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