Read through our most frequently asked questions, and if we don’t have an answer for it, let us know by contacting us.

The Bundaberg Cup is a social competition open to both affiliated and non-affiliated teams.  


Age Group


Age Restriction


Boys / Girls

Top age born in 2010


Boys / Girls / Mixed

Top age born in 2008


Boys / Girls / Mixed

Top age born in 2006


Men’s / Women’s / Mixed

Minimum 15 years


Men’s / Women’s / Mixed

Social – Regional representative players in the last 2 years are not eligible for Social Divisions

*Individual situations considered at the discretion the event manager


Men’s / Women’s / Mixed

Bottom age born in 1981

Only team contacts can enter teams into the Bundaberg Cup.  Team contacts will be required to complete all team registrations through MySideline.

Team Nomination Process

  1. Team contact to complete online team nomination form through MySideline
  2. Nominate a Referee for the event (included in MySideline nomination form)
  3. Pay the Queensland Touch Football Invoice when received
  4. Log in to manager.mysideline.com.au to monitor player registrations
  5. When the draw is published, log in to manager.mysidelin.com.au to enter player shirt numbers

Once your team contact has has completed team registration, you will be given access into your team via your contact. You must complete an individual entry online via MySideline to participate in the event. Click here to view key dates

The Bundaberg Cup entry fee is $400.00 + gst per team. Early Bird payment of $300.00 + gst is available if paid on or before 29 December 2021. 

QTF runs a player pool for the Bundaberg Cup. If you don’t have a team to play with you can enter the player pool for the chance to be allocated to another team. For more information regarding the player pool, please view the ‘Conditions of Entry’ and view the ‘key dates‘ relating to the player pool process. 

Teams can expect to play a minimum of 4 games during round games (depending on entries and draw formats) and then a final series if successful.

The Bundaberg Cup goes for 2 days, each day starting at approximately 8:00am (subject to change) and into the evening. Finals will be played Sunday afternoon.

Bundaberg Cup is a go unless we advise otherwise on the website, email or via social media.

If you’ve lost an item during the day at Bundaberg Cup, please head to the Athlete Services Desk. If the item is not there, we ask that you leave your phone number with staff and a description of the lost item. We often come across lost property after the event has closed for the day.

Lost property is kept at the QLD Touch Football Head Office at 83 Castlemaine Street, Milton, QLD, for a period of four weeks. Please call 07 3367 6250 post event to see if we have your lost item.

All parking will be located within the Bundaberg Touch grounds, see more information on the ‘Event Map’ page.

Please do not park in out of bounds areas.

Yes. Social will only be available in Open divisions.

Regional representative players (2021 & 2020) are not eligible to participate in the social division. Teams breaching this rule will be disqualified from the event.

Yes. You may bring a tent for your team.

Tents must be at least 5m from the playing field and must be either weighted or tied down to meet manufacturer’s specifications. Teams that do not secure tents properly will be asked to remove them from the venue.

No. All tents will be allocated around the venue, some of these will be accessible from the road however this will be on a first come first served purpose. Some areas will not be accessible by car. No vehicles are permitted on the fields.

All results will be available through Results & Fixtures on the Bundaberg Cup website and Official QTF App. More information will be available in the lead up to the event.


All questions or protests regarding results must be completed by your team contact. Please alert your contact to any issues which may arise and have the contact attend the Athlete Services desk, which will be located in the Bundaberg Touch club house. We will do our best to manage any enquires regarding results or protests, however we will only discuss this with a team contact.

During a game only the players, coach, assistant coach and a manager are allowed in a sub box. Each team official must wear an appropriate uniform. Anyone found in the sub box who isn’t a team official can be asked to leave by event staff, QTF officials and/or the officiating referee.

Yes. We are pet friendly; however, all pets must remain on a lead and under control by their owner at all times.

We are committed to providing a safe environment for all participants. Depending on Qld State Government requirements at the time of the event, any or all of the following measures may be implemented:

  • All attendees (including spectators) may be required to Check-In and Check-Out of the venue each day
  • Hand sanitising stations will be available around the venue
  • There may be limitations on the number of people allowed in certain areas around the venue. ie bathrooms, tournament check-in, tents etc.
  • You may be required to practice 1.5m social distancing
  • Handshakes, huddles and high-fives may be discouraged

If you are experiencing flu like symptoms, please do not attend the event.

In the event you are unable to attend due to illness, please contact your team contact and notify them that you are not attending.