finska tournaments and events


Upcoming Events


The 2020 Australian Finska Championship
Be the next Australian Champion!  The 2020 Australian Finska Championships is to be held at an iconic harbour side Sydney location on Saturday 21 November 2020. Date may be reassessed in October due to COVID-19 event requirements.  The winners will receive a cheque for $1000 and places are limited to 64 teams of 2.  Register here.

Finska Fest (Canberra) 2020
On Saturday March 28, 2020, the Embassy of Finland  will be hosting Finskafest in Canberra with 64 teams of two.  In 2019 the event was won by former wallaby  and Brumbies great Ben Alexander.
For more information on Finska Fest contact the Finnish Embassy via rsvp.can@formin.fi

Organise your Own Tournament
If you are interested in hosting your own community-lead tournament and would like assistance from Planet Finska, please get in touch.   Subject to meeting certain criteria, we welcome such proposals and can assist by providing some of the things you will need to make it a success. 
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Past Events


The 2019 Finska Sydney Open
April 27, 2019 - 32 teams of two battled it out for Finska glory at the Randwick Boulodrome.  Dankasaurus Rex were victorious and took out the honours on the day.
Finska Fest (Canberra) 2019
On Saturday March 30, 2019, the Embassy of Finland hosted Finska Fest in Canberra with 64 teams of two.  The event was so much fun with Wallaby and Brumbies great Ben Alexander taking out the honours.  Finska Fest 2020 coming soon!
The 2018 Melbourne Backyard  Finska Championships
In 2018, Finska tragics from all over Victoria descended on Melbourne to participate in the inaugural Backyard Finska Championships.   As a community lead event, the number of places had to be limited to 80 given local council restrictions on public liability.  More than 1000 people expressed interest in the event on facebook.  

Australian Finska Championships 2010 and 2011
In 2010 and 2011 Australian Finska Championships were held at Eurofest in Sydney.  32 teams of two battled it out to be crowned Australian Finska Champions.  Although the event has not been held for a number of years now, both events were a roaring success.

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