Compete in the 2020 Australian Finska Championship on Saturday 18 April.
Finska is the seriously addictive outdoor log throwing game with its ancient origins in Finland. It is easy to learn and no prior experience is necessary. All ages are welcome to participate, but there must be two players in each team.
The tournament will consist of two competitive stages, the pool stage and the knockout stage. During the pool stage teams will face off against every other team in your allocated pool. At the end of the pool stage, the more successful teams will proceed to the knockout stage and playoff for the Australian Championship trophy. The other teams will also get to play on and compete for the Championship Medallion. The tournament structure is designed so that all teams irrespective of skill level get to enjoy a full day of competitive Finska fun.
TROPHIES AND PRIZES
Courtesy of Planet Finska, if you are lucky enough to be crowned Australian Finska Champions 2020, you will pick up the prestigious Australian Finska Championship trophy and a very handy winner’s cheque for $1000.
The Runners Up will receive a $500 gift voucher that can be used to select a range of games from Planet Finska to that value.
There will also be great prizes for winner and runner up of the Medallion knockout which is being run in the afternoon for those not lucky enough to progress from the pool stage into the Championship knockout rounds.
GAMES, DJ, POP-UP BAR, FABULOUS FOOD AND LUCKY PRIZE DRAWS
To add to the day’s festivities there will also be a pop-up bar, DJ and a fabulous organic food truck on site. There will also be lucky prize draws throughout the day for both competitors and non-competitors registering before the event.
ALL WELCOME….PLEASE REGISTER
If you are coming to just enjoy the day and watch some talented and not so talented Finska tragics battle it out, register as a spectator so you can be in the draw for our lucky prize draws.
Competitive places are strictly limited so get in fast if you wish to compete.
Email [email protected] with any event enquiries or questions that you have.
Location & Map
The Coal Loader Centre for Sustainability