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EUMCC 2017 takes place in Frankfurt from Aug. 12th to Aug. 15th


Dear Member Federations!

Dear Masters Players!


The EUF Board is happy to announce that the European Ultimate Masters Club Championships (EUMCC) will take place in Frankfurt.

The Frankfurt Bid was the best in terms of reachability and scalability according to the number of attending teams.

Masters Club teams in the divisions "Open Masters" (33+ years old), "Women Masters" (30+ years old), "Mixed Masters" (33+ years old) will compete in a 3,5 days long tournament, starting on Sat. Aug. 12th and ending on Tue. Aug. 15th afternoon (this day is a holiday in most of Europe), for the title of European Club Champion. 
This title is assigned in the Masters divisions every 4 years. The results of this tournament will be considered for the World Masters Club Championship 2018 in Winnipeg.

It is planned to have a maximum of 2 games per day for a total of maximum 7 games.

The eligibility rules for Club Masters teams are here. Masters rosters do not fall into the eligibility rules of the EUCS in the Open, Women and Mixed division. This means that a master player may play the EUCS2017 season with an Open/Women/Mixed club team and also the EUMCC2017.

Preregistration will open soon.

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Results EUF Board Election 2016-2018


Dear Member Federations

the new EUF Board have been elected during the General Assembly in Frankfurt on Sept. 30th 2016.

  • President: Andrea "Oddi" Furlan (ITA)
  • Secretary: Alia Ayub (GBR)
  • Treasurer: Ted Beute (NED)


  • Youth: Chris Dehnhardt (GER)
  • Spirit: Dario Lucisano (ITA)
  • Women: Jarna Kalpala (FIN)
  • Mixed: Haude Hermand (FRA)
  • Open: Luca Miglioretto (SUI)
  • Education&Professionalisation: Marc Michael "Schlumpf" Huber (AUT)

Meeting Minutes


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The 2016 European Ultimate Championship Finals Streamed Live on Fanseat


The best 24 Open, 12 Women and 12 Mixed European Ultimate teams will play for the title of European Ultimate Club Champion in Frankfurt, Germany from Friday September 30th to Sunday October 2nd. Fans will be able to catch the excitement with Fanseat’s live streams.

The 2016 European Ultimate Championship Finals will be played in Frankfurt, Germany from September 30th to October 2nd. Fanseat will stream games from the main field on all competition days featuring various series and teams. The games can be watched on or with the Fanseat app on the iTunes Store.


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European Youth Ultimate Championship Call for Bids EYUC West 2017


European Youth Ultimate Championship Call for Bids EYUC West 2017

Special situation in 2017: next year we will see 2 EYUC tournaments, one in western Europe, one in eastern Europe – and an Event or Clinic in the Northeast (format to TBD).

Teams are free to pick an event.

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Time Line:

Sept14th 2016:           Declaration of interest
Sept 29th:                   Bid draft complete, provisional budget
Oct 4th:                      Shortlist by EUF
Beginning of Nov:      Bid selection published


All mails shall be sent to

Tournament length:

5 full match days + finals day; opening ceremony and match optional


Target Date is Jul. 31st-5th 2015.  As an alternative the week after can be considered sun-fri (Aug. 6th-11th) to avoid EUMCC (Masters) overlap.

Number of Teams:

There should be space for up to 40 teams

Number of Players:

In the previous events the average number of participants was around 25, including staff, guests and coaches. EYUC13 had ~1000 participants.


Minimum 12 WFDF-conform fields (between 100m x 37m + 5m restrain lines, minimum 90m x 33m + 3m restrain lines around each field) are necessary. Please provide backup plan in case of rain (e.g. additional fields available, turf fields, etc.). 8 fields are needed for regular play, min 4 fields in reserve.
Football goals must be removed or protected, for the safety of the players.
Having all pitches on 1 site is an asset.
Having a grand stand for showcase games is an asset.
Please add in the bid a google map link of the venue(s) and describe the grass quality.


Please consider 2 Person per field/game plus at least 6 persons to manage volunteers, fields, accommodation, social events, service coordination etc.
EUF supports the Tournament Organization Committee with 3 experienced Youth Event Coordinators, who need to get free lodging and food as all volunteers and their travel costs covered. Please consider the costs for these extra volunteers in your budget.
Medical staff and/or paramedics/physiotherapists and First Aid-material must be available at the fields. Fix ambulance at the fields is an asset.
Please describe your medical plan in your bid.


Low budget (floor space, camping, hostels,…) accommodation must be offered for at least 200 participants.
Price range for the various accommodations must be indicated in the budget. Be prepared that teams or individuals may want to stay an extra day prior to/after event.
Please add in the bid a google map link of the accommodation and the distance to the venue(s).


At least breakfast and warm dinner must be provided.
Drinking water must be available at each pitch.
Please indicate where and how you plan to provide meals and the indicative costs.


Indicate how the tournament location can be reached (distance to airports, public transportation system,…).
If a shuttle service is necessary between accommodation and venue(s) indicate the planned costs and how it will be organized.
Indicate if you plan a pickup service from the next Airport / Train Station.
Having a tournament location which minimizes the travelling costs and so reduces the overheads of moving large groups of kids, is an asset. 



Social Events:

Opening ceremony on Sun/Mon evening including show case game.
Awards and closing ceremony on Fri/Sat afternoon.
Both of them will be run together with the EUF delegates.

Trading night and a farewell party should be considered. More social events are desirable. There will be some bye especially for the U17 teams, that could be filled with social/cultural events.
EUF like WFDF has a strict no-alcohol policy for all youth events (please refer to WFDF Bid Guidelines §4.5.H).

Please shortly describe the plan for the social events.

Media Visibility:

The first goal for a tournament organization must be that the customers (=the players) get what they came for: good regular fields, smooth organization of the competition.
Secondary EUF events can be used by local Ultimate associations to get a better visibility which should help getting sponsors and, on the middle term, new players.
Please indicate if and how you plan to increase the tournament visibility and which budget you reserve for this.
EUF will provide webspace under and usage of the EUF online scoring system.


Medals will be provided and paid by EUF. Spirit of the Game and Winner Trophies must be covered by the tournament budget or by sponsors.
A tournament gift per player is not necessary and should be considered only if covered by a sponsor.


Tournament costs to the individual player including travel costs will be a central criterion for bid selection. We want to enable all interested teams to attend and not to exclude anyone for cost reasons.
As a reference consider that the previous EYUC had a “cost to player” of about 250€, including budget accommodation, food (HB), player’s fee and share of the team fee. For the budget plan, please use the EUF template.
We want to make clear that people, who work hard on these events, should receive some reasonable payment, nevertheless, being a youth competition, management costs should be kept to the minimum.
The EUF committee wants to make sure that it is able to get very clear visibility of all the costs; that costs are reasonable, and that we help make sure players don’t pay for things that they might prefer not to have if given the choice.

Host Eligibility:

All bids must include a description of the relationship of the bid committee with the National Federation (NF). 
If the bid committee is not directly affiliated with the NF, the final bid must include a letter of endorsement from the NF.
The NF does not necessarily have to be involved with the planning of the event, but they must be aware of and support your intentions.
No bid can be accepted without this documentation.

We warmly suggest potential bidders to check the best practices described in the WFDF Bid Guideline and WFDF Tournament Director's Manual.


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EUF Youth Ultimate Roadmap 2017 - 2019


2017 – 1 EYUC in western Europe - 1 EUF YOuth CUP in the eat. The events are planned 2-4 weeks apart; teams are welcome to use the Eastern Event as preparation for the EYUC.
Additionally it is planned to have a EUF Clinic for young players and youth coaches in the Baltic area.

2018 – WJUC in Canada; regional events for juniors U20 and U17 in Europe

2019 – one big EYUC (ideally in eastern Europe)

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