National Championship

Start Date: July 20, 2024

End Date: July 22, 2024

Game Guarantee: 4

Single Team: $625.00

Multi-Team: $625.00

Kentucky Exposition Center
937 Phillips Lane, Louisville, KY 40209

Get ready for an exhilarating event that will showcase the very best of girls’ basketball! The highly anticipated National Championship is set to take place from July 20 – 22, 2024, at the prestigious Kentucky Exposition Center. This tournament brings together talented teams from across the nation, creating a platform for young athletes to demonstrate their skills and compete for the ultimate prize. The National Championship is not just a tournament; it’s an opportunity to witness the future stars of the game in action. With passionate players, dedicated coaches, and enthusiastic fans, the atmosphere promises to be electric. The Kentucky Exposition Center provides the perfect backdrop for this event, boasting top-notch facilities and a vibrant basketball culture. Don’t miss your chance to be a part of this thrilling event and witness the intensity, skill, and sheer excitement that the National Championship has to offer.

Tournament Rules Pending

**Standard Girls Basketball Tournament Rules**

1. **Eligibility and Team Composition:**

  1. All participants must be female and meet age or grade requirements determined by the tournament organizer.
  2. Each team must consist of a minimum number of players, typically five, and may include substitutes.

2. **Equipment:**

  1. All players must wear appropriate basketball shoes and uniforms consisting of jerseys or tank tops, shorts, and socks. Uniforms should be numbered and distinguishable.
  2. Jewelry, including watches, rings, earrings, and bracelets, is not allowed during gameplay.
  3. Each team must provide a regulation size basketball for warm-up and gameplay.

3. **Duration of the Game:**

  1. Games are generally divided into four quarters, each lasting a specified amount of time (e.g., 8 minutes per quarter).
  2. The clock stops during timeouts and certain situations as specified by the tournament rules.
  3. Overtime periods are typically used to determine a winner if the game is tied at the end of regulation time.

4. **Gameplay and Rules:**

  1. The game follows the standard basketball rules with specific modifications and variations as set by the tournament organizer.
  2. Teams are allowed a certain number of timeouts per half to strategize or make substitutions.
  3. Foul counts are tracked for each player, and penalties are imposed accordingly.
  4. Each player is allowed a maximum number of personal fouls before they are disqualified.
  5. Penalties for technical fouls or unsportsmanlike conduct are assessed, including free throws or possession to the opposing team.

5. **Tournament Format:**

  1. The tournament format can vary based on the number of teams participating, such as round-robin or single-elimination.
  2. The tournament organizer determines the schedule, including the order of games, court assignments, and breaks between games.

6. **Officiating:**

  1. Qualified referees or officials are appointed to oversee each game and enforce the rules consistently.
  2. Their decisions are considered final and binding, and any disputes should be handled respectfully through official procedures.

7. **Sportsmanship and Conduct:**

  1. Good sportsmanship is expected from all players, coaches, officials, and spectators throughout the tournament.
  2. Any form of physical or verbal abuse, intimidation, or unsportsmanlike behavior will not be tolerated.
  3. Participants and coaches are expected to show respect to officials, opponents, and fellow players.

8. **Tournament Awards and Recognition:**

  1. The tournament may offer trophies, medals, or other awards to teams or individuals based on their performance or achievement.
  2. The most valuable players, best defensive players, and other exceptional performers may be recognized.

Note: These rules serve as a general guide. Actual tournament rules may vary depending on the specific tournament and its organizers.