If your club is just looking to play a match against another school, consider contacting teachers from other schools that may be interested in running their own LoL club or esports program, or participating in the Australian and New Zealand Championship.
Gauge when you could set up a game with them and once that’s decided, either yourself or the other school’s club teacher can organise for their students to set up a custom game lobby in LoL, and communicate the lobby name and password to the other club’s teacher for their students to join.
You don’t need to restrict your challenge to your local area. Feel free to reach out to teachers in any state or region, keeping in mind any time zone differences.

If your students want to engage in a more serious competition with other local schools you could work with the other schools in your region or local area to set up a tournament (even students may be keen to help organize such events). Refer to this page for information on what you’ll need to consider and the tools available to assist in the running of the tournament. 

If your students are looking to really test their teamwork and coordination, your school may even choose to compete in the yearly Australian and New Zealand Championship.

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