Registration open for HaBaWaba Brasil 2021

Second edition in South America of the largest children's water polo festival will take place between December 8 and 12

Associação Bauruense de Desportes Aquáticos (ABDA) will host the second edition of HaBaWaBa Brasil between December 8 and 12. The event is the South American version of the largest children's water polo festival in the world, conceived by Waterpolo Development (WPD) and originally held in Italy. The festival has already took place on several continents.

In Brazil, the festival is held in the mixed under-13 category, boys and girls can take part being at the maximum age of 13 years.

Registrations are open through the website and it is expected to receive about 20 teams from Brazil, South America and other continents.
The entries grant each participant (athletes and technical committee) the Welcome kit and day-use in the New Thermas De Piratininga Aquatic Complex. More than only the games, the event has many other activities, clinics, workshops and experiences.

Athlete's Kit - The HaBaWaba Brasil welcome kit includes a bag, a T-shirt, a cap, a towel, the official brochure of the event, a poster, personalized credential, temporary tattoo and the passport of the champion.

The items are already in production, with all due care so that good quality items are offered. They are mementos that small athletes will carry from the event, in addition to the participation medal that everyone will receive. The winning teams will also receive special trophies and medals.

Printed Items - The official brochure of the event features welcome messages, information about the festival, schedule, information about the city of Bauru and photos of all the athletes of the participating teams.

The champion's passport is a booklet that explains the healthy values of the sport, bases on which HaBaWaBa Brasil is founded. It teaches about sports ethics to children through playing games and by living and playing together with other young water polo players from around the world. It is a true Code of ethics for the festival.

Clubs can register their teams until October 30 through the link which contains detailed information such as values and procedures.