What is Sepak Takraw?

 

Modern Sepak Takraw, or Takraw for short (also known as Kick Volleyball), began in Malaysia and is now their national sport. It combines elements of Soccer, Footbag, Volleyball, Baseball, Badminton, Gymnastics and the ancient sport of Sepak Raga. Read more...

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Sepak Takraw Association of Canada (STAC)

Address: 1280 Cameron Street
             Regina, SK    S4T 2T1    Canada
Email:     STAC@TakrawCanada.com
Phone:    306-584-8778
Fax:       306-584-8778
List of:   Canadian Provincial Contacts

National Tournament Hosting Policy

 

STAC NATIONAL TOURNAMENT HOSTING POLICY

A Bid to Host the National Sepak Takraw Championship Tournament Shall Consider the Following:

 

 

1.     Facility

 

1.1.   Host must book facilities that can accommodate at least two standard Sepak Takraw (doubles badminton) courts with a minimum of 6 m. of space in between and accommodate bleachers for spectators.

 

1.2.   Host must book facilities that are as close to accommodations as possible.

 

 

2.    Accommodations & Food

 

2.1.   If possible, host should try to secure an optional plan to allow overseas and other long distance teams to have free or minimal accommodation expense, i.e., have teams bring their own sleeping bags/pillows and stay in billet homes or in a school gym, or a church hall, or dorm rooms, etc.

 

2.2.   Host is responsible for getting at least three bids for accommodation, to be submitted with proposal to host.

 

2.3.   Accommodations must be as close to the tournament site as possible.

 

2.4.   Likewise with food, as much as possible, especially for teams that come from a long distance, host should try to provide free food for the players, or at least at a minimal cost, i.e., recruit Food Sponsors to provide meals/drinks, or perhaps a community association would like to put on a ‘Pot Luck’ style of meal, etc.

 

 

3.    Transportation

 

3.1.   Host will be responsible for transportation of participants, if required, from airport to accommodation and accommodation to tournament site.

 

 

4.    Equipment

 

4.1.   Standard nets, poles and balls must be used for all games.

 

4.2.   Standard court boundaries, serving circles, forwards' semi-circles and center line must be clearly marked on all courts.

 

4.3.   Note: all "standards" are as those sited in the ISTAF Rules of Sepak Takraw indicated on STAC’s web site.

 

 

5.    Emergency Action Plan

 

5.1.   An Emergency Action Plan must be prepared and included with the proposal to host the National Event.

 

5.2.   This plan will be conveyed to participants at the scheduled coaches and officials meeting.

 

 

6.    Schedule

 

6.1.   Host will be responsible for scheduling coach's meetings and referees’ meetings.

 

6.2.   If seven or fewer teams are registered in the National Tournament in a single division, a round robin format will be adopted. If eight or more teams are registered in a single division, the teams will be pooled or tiered for round robin play.

 

 

7.    Official Referees, Linesmen, Scorekeepers, Volunteers

 

7.1.   Host will be responsible for recruitment and scheduling of all tournament official referees, linesmen, scorekeepers, and other volunteers necessary for the hosting of the event, including capturing video and still picture records for future publicity purposes.

 

7.2.   Should Referees be required from outside the host province, STAC must be notified within four months of the event.

 

 

8.    Tournament Convenor

 

8.1.   The Tournament Convenor shall be appointed by host or STAC within 4 months of the event.

 

8.2.   The Tournament Convenor may be changed due to extenuating circumstances.

 

 

9.    Judiciary Committee

 

9.1.   The Judiciary Committee will consist of the Tournament Convenor and three others, appointed by the Tournament Convenor.

 

9.2.   Appeal Process: Appeals or protests must be filed to the Tournament Convenor, in writing, within 30 minutes after the result of the match is announced. The Judiciary Committee must respond prior to the end of round robin or prior to the team's next playoff game.

 

9.3.   Note: All other rules of the game to be followed will be as those published on the STAC website, which are the official international rules approved by the International Sepak Takraw Federation (ISTAF), 2007.

 

 

10. Publicity

 

10.1.    Host committee will be responsible for local promotion of the event on television, radio and in newspapers.

 

10.2.    All publicity must include: STAC logos and those of the National and Provincial sponsors, as required.

 

10.3.    Proposals asking STAC to help the host with publicity may be considered, but needs to be submitted to STAC in writing 6 months in advance of the tournament.

 

 

11. Merchandise Sales

 

11.1.    Host will be responsible for all merchandise sales at the National Tournament.

 

11.2.    Where possible, merchandise should contain STAC's official logo and, as required, those of the National and Provincial Sponsors.

 

11.3.    $1.00 per item sold that STAC does not supply will go toward STAC, with the host keeping the rest.

 

11.4.    A percentage of each item sold that STAC supplies goes toward host, with STAC keeping the rest. The percentage amount will be disclosed to the host 6 months prior to the tournament.

 

 

12. Banquet and Awards

 

12.1.    The host will have the option of being responsible for organizing a banquet and awards ceremony, in which case all proceeds for this event will go to the host.

 

12.2.    All awards/medals will be provided by STAC.

 

12.3.    STAC will provide bronze, silver & gold teams with medals for up to a maximum of 5 people, consisting of 3 players and an alternate as well as the coach/manager.

 

12.4.    STAC will provide one award for the tournament Most Valuable Player.

 

 

13. Financial Items

 

13.1.    A tournament budget must be prepared and submitted along with the proposal to host.

 

13.2.    Budget must include: all revenues and expenses that the host committee expects to incur.

 

13.3.    A follow up financial report must be forwarded to STAC no later than 60 days after the event.

 

 

14. Insurance

 

14.1.    All players, officials, coaches, referees and volunteers MUST have their names listed on an official STAC registration form in order to be protected under STAC’s insurance. Players that are competing must be paid members (players MUST PRE-REGISTER for the tournament at the budgeted cost per team as disclosed each year – and membership is typically included in the tournament registration fee) and are insured under STAC's insurance policy.

 

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