Kanga Cup's two-year hiatus cost Canberra's economy more than $10 million

Isobel Cootes
By Isobel Cootes
Updated November 10 2021 - 9:44am, first published 2:30am
Capital Football has set the date for the Kanga Cup in 2022, in what will be a much-needed boost to Canberra's economy following the events cancellation in 2020 and 2021. Picture: Dion Georgopoulos

The Kanga Cup's two-year hiatus cost the Canberra economy more than $10 million in tourism revenue, but officials are confident of a major bounce back when the tournament makes comeback next year.


Isobel Cootes

Isobel Cootes


Sports reporter at The Canberra Times. A Novocastrian with a passion for football (or soccer as they call it in the capital) via The Examiner and The Port Lincoln Times.