NEW THIS YEAR - Refer a Friend Discount

Get $15 for each new team that you recruit to Muddy Sunday with our Refer a Friend discount! Here's how it works:

 

Step 1 - Find some family, friends, co-workers, acquaintances, or even complete strangers that want to play volleyball in the mud.

 

Step 2 - Tell them your team name. During registration, they will be asked if anyone referred them to Muddy Sunday. That's when they should enter your team's name, so we can track your referral.

 

Step 3 - Get your refunds! A couple of days before the event, we will send you a $15 refund for each team that said you referred them to the event.

 

Step 4 - Have fun at Muddy Sunday!

 

Got questions? Direct them to muddysunday@uofmhabitat.org.

 

Muddy Sunday 2017 was great and Muddy Sunday 2018 will be even better!

We will once again be spending the day at the Washington County Fairgrounds with music, food, and lots of volleyball. Gather your family and friends (above the age of 18) to make up a team of 8-12 players to compete in the tournament. Games will be taking place all day, with time in between games to rest, eat, and soak up the summer sun!

 

Who: You and your family & friends

When: Sunday, August 12, 2018, 10 AM

Where: Washington County Fairgrounds

Early Early-bird Registration: $220 per team (ends 1/1/2018)

Early-bird Registration: $250 per team (ends 7/1/2018)

Regular Registration: $280 per team (ends 8/10/2017)

8-12 players per team

 

Captains will be sent a registration packet the week before the event.

 

Direct any questions to muddysunday@uofmhabitat.org.

Muddy Sunday 2017 Rules Packet
We will make some minor changes to the 2018 rules packet based on the feedback from Muddy Sunday 2017. The 2018 rules packet will be posted online and distributed by email to captains. One copy will also be provided for each team at the tournament.
MuddySundayRulesPacket.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [253.6 KB]

Thank you to our 2017 sponsors!

Check out some highlights from Muddy Sunday 2017

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