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The EUF are pleased to announce Fanseat as the official media partner for the 2018 outdoor season! The multi-platform subscription service available worldwide will once again be supporting Elite European Ultimate by live streaming nine featured tournaments as well as coverage of many other ‘Sideline View’ events from across the continent! This means over 30 events will be available to view wouldwide both Live and on-demand!


For the first time in Ultimate history, fans will be able to watch over 30 grass and beach Ultimate tournaments Live and on demand. Live streamed with commentators, it will be accessible on the sports entertainment service Fanseat – Fans will need to pay a fee of 7,99€/month (with the first two weeks free) to enjoy all the Ultimate tournaments as well as other Live sports and leagues that Fanseat produce including football, basketball, ice hockey, handball, floorball and more.

The agreement includes bringing veteran ultimate producer,, back to Europe to manage the production of the featured events, whilst EUF ‘Sideline’ events will be produced and managed directly by EUF with a lighter production equipment and crew. technical manager, Mike Palmer, who was recently responsible for the 2018 World U24 Championships coverage from Perth Australia says, “I am excited to work with the EUF and Fanseat again this season. This is a fantastic opportunity to increase the visibility of the sport we love.”

The nine featured events include three EUCS Regional qualification events, and the European Ultimate Championship Finals in Wroclaw, Poland. We start in just two weeks with Tom’s Tourney, Bruges, offering the chance to see how some of Europe’s top teams are preparing for their appearance at WUCC Cincinnati!

EUF president Andrea Furlan says:

“This strategic partnership with Fanseat allows us not only to produce hundreds of hours of top quality material, but also to distribute free-to-view content, like tournament daily highlights on Facebook! This is probably the best and most effective way to promote the European Ultimate Spirit also outside the community, to recruit new players and to improve the general level watching and learning directly from the best European Teams! In this way, a Fanseat subscription is a support for and an investment in European Ultimate!

The seasons ends in October with a second continental title up for grabs, with the exciting inclusion of the first ever European Beach Ultimate Club Championships. Patrick van der Valk, President of Beach Ultimate Association BULA, says: “It will be great that fans worldwide will be able to watch top level beach ultimate at the first edition of this new championship in Castelldefels, Spain. I full heartedly agree with Andrea Furlan that the partnership with Fanseat is designed to help grow the sport and showcase the great spirit of European (beach) ultimate. I am excited to watch much more (beach) ultimate this year than ever before!”

Continuing from their support last year, Fanseat and the EUF are working together to improve the viewing experience and address user feedback, meaning individual games are easier to search for and watch back on their system! All featured events can be found here, while a full list of events that will be covered will be updated on the EUF website!

For Jean-Maël Gineste, General Manager at Fanseat Europe “This partnership with the EUF and all Tournament Directors involved on this project  is representing for Fanseat another exciting partnership covering live streaming for sports enthusiasts. We are very proud and enthusiastic to help the EUF grow to the next level with our support and provide the Ultimate community around the world the possibility to follow a very large selection of Live tournaments on grass and beach on our digital streaming services, available on PC, mobile and tablet.”

By supporting this project you are helping support the growth of European Ultimate! So get your subscription sorted and persuade your teammates to do the same! Get ready for an action packed season of quality ultimate coverage in 2018! 

About Fanseat 

Fanseat is a sports entertaining streaming service offering wide selection of national, local and emerging sports. With Fanseat you can share your sports moments with fans, friends and family. Fanseat is featuring several sports eg. football, ice hockey, basketball, handball and has attracted sports enthusiasts from over 100 countries. Fanseat offers each year thousands of live matches and other sporting events available internationally. 



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EUC2019 will take place in Györ (HUN) from June 29th to July 6th 2019 in the divisions Men, Women, Mixed


It’s a great pleasure to inform you that the EUF board assigned the organization of the European Ultimate Championship 2019 (EUC 2019) to the Hungarian Federation and the City of Györ.
The EUC2019 will be played in the divisions Men, Women and Mixed and will start on June 29th with the opening ceremony and will end on July 6th with the finals and the medals ceremony. As announce in 2016, the masters divisions will be played in a separate event.

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Train the Trainer Certificate - Seminars 2018


Dear European Ultimate Community
EUF launched in 2017 the Train the Trainer Certification Programme, with the goal to provide future trainers with a standardize methodology and a "tool-box" full of drills, tipps and tricks, so that they will able to do grass roots ultimate development in their communities in a high qualitative and efficient way. 
Date Location TtT Level
April 20-22 2018 Heidelberg Level 1 - Session 1
May (exact date still tbd) Poland (exact location still tbd) Level 1 - Session 1
May (exact date still tbd) Riga (Latvia) Level 1 - Session 1
Oct.-Nov. (exact date still tbd) Istanbul Level 1 - Session 1

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EUF Position concerning the adoption of Game Advisors on EUF sactioned events


Dear European Ultimate Community,

EUF has never adopted GAs so far, and there are no plans to introduce them in the EUF sanctioned events. 
According to the EUF Bylaws, if a member federation would like to introduce this aspect in EUF sanctioned events, we would need to discuss it during the General Assembly (in the yearly event, or in a meeting called specifically regarding the topic). A decision would be taken in that forum.
At present, the EUF is still adopting the following strategy, using options already covered by the rules:

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Full List of EYUCamps and EYUCups in SUmmer 2018


Dear youth ultimate players and coaches in Europe,

As announced, there will be several EYUCamps held over the summer. These are directed at ultimate playing juniors, of all play levels.

An EYUCamp will typically last four days, filled with ultimate drills, but also plenty of time for social activities. The camp will end with a hat tournament of the participants. Additionally,at some locations there will be an EYUCup tournament for national youth teams before or after the camp.

The EYUCamps are directed at all youth players, not only those we see every year in the national youth teams. You do need some ulti experience to participate, but do not need to be a national youth team player.

The experience for the participating kids will not only be ultimate, but also an international meeting. We are aiming to have both the participants and also the coaches from a mix of nations at each camp. Coaching and interaction will happen mainly in English. So a camp shall be a time filled with international action, friendship, and SOTG. All in a setting of high level ultimate learning.

Registration opening in March.

Go to full list of EYUCamps and EYUCups 2018

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