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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates So Far

See the current Return to Play guidance here

See the latest updates here.

Challenge League Teams and Rankings released

Challenge League teams and rankings are now available hereFilter the map to find opponents, or view the submitted results and ranking lists by division.

You need to register your team before you can contact teams, register games and submit results.

  • Please contact us (events@ email address) about missing or incorrect game results.  
  • It is possible to submit game results after a game has been played provided both teams are in agreement. 
  • Please note that results from National League and National Cup games will be included automatically; there is no need to register those games.

GB Squad Managers Appointments and Application Extension for WBUC 2022

We are pleased to be able to announce some of the squad managers for the Great Britain teams attending the 2022 World Beach Ultimate Championships.  Many thanks to everyone that applied.  

We did not receive applications for a number of divisions so far, and as a result we are reopening applications for squad managers in those divisions. Applications should be made using this form.  Team manager responsibilities are outlined here.  The closing date is midnight 30th June.

The Challenge League - What is it?

Not sure what the Challenge League is?

We've put together a mini info-series of videos so that you can find out!

 

 

Interested in taking part? Your teams can sign up to the Challenge League HERE. Once you've registered, you'll be able to see all of the other teams that also want to play so that you can start to arrange games with them. 

 

We will be publishing a full list of registered teams soon, as well as a map of where you can find them, along with more details on the rankings. Keep an eye out for future updates! 

Return to play - Phase D stall-count

We have received some queries about the implementation of the third-party stall-count as we move into a period where games are perhaps more competitive.  As a result we are publishing the attached guidance which recommends an approach to this situation that should be adopted unless both teams agree to an alternative that they both prefer.

We would like to reiterate the importance of following the Return-to-play procedures.  Ultimate is a close-contact team sport.  Our rule modifications and other covid-related procedures have been signed off by the UK Government and it is only because of those modifications that we are able to play something approaching normal Ultimate at the moment.  Several other team sports (notably rugby and netball) are still subject to similar or more substantial rule modifications.  

COVID Guidance Update - Scotland

Following clarification from sportscotland on the definition of a 'bubble' and the maximum number of participants per day, we have updated the UKU Club Guidance Appendix - Scotland

 

Please ensure that you read the updated Scottish appendix as this may impact any fixtures planned to take place in Scotland. 

 

We also just wanted to let you all know that we are keeping an eye on all government updates in terms of the wider, developing situation with the Indian variant across the UK. We are continuing to review the guidance published and we will announce any updates on our usual channels (the UKU website, Facebook and Instagram).

UKU National Cup - 2021 Draw [21st May]

 

Following the deadline on Tuesday 18th May, we have had a few dropouts. This has required a few slight changes to the final draw for the National Cup 2021. 


Return to Play Update - 17th May

From today, there are some updates to what is permitted in each of the home nations with regards to organised sport. We have outlined the changes for each country below. The infographic has also been updated HERE.