EPL clubs on Aussie soil

TEG Live regret to announce that the inaugural EVA Air Queensland Champions Cup scheduled for this July has been postponed.

Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic both in Australia and England, including the protective measures implemented in respect of mass gatherings and the ongoing disruption of the English Premier League fixture, it is not possible to proceed with the event as scheduled in 2020.

The inaugural EVA Air Queensland Champions Cup was set to feature current EPL Football Clubs, Crystal Palace F.C. and West Ham United F.C. alongside A-League outfit, Brisbane Roar F.C..

The tournament was to kick-off at Townsville’s new Queensland Country Bank Stadium on Saturday 11 July when Brisbane Roar F.C. were to meet Crystal Palace F.C.. On Wednesday 15 July, the Roar would travel to Cbus Super Stadium on the Gold Coast to tackle West Ham United F.C., before the two London clubs faced off at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane on Saturday 18 July.

Existing ticket buyers are encouraged to retain their ticket as they will be valid for the rescheduled dates. If supporters find they are unable to attend the new dates when they are announced, refunds will be available via the point of purchase.