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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates So Far

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UKU Junior Women's Indoor Nationals 2021 - Confirmed Event Timings

It has been confirmed that we are only able to access the Cranford Superdome venue after 1pm on Saturday 20th November. As such, we can confirm that the Junior Women's Indoor Nationals event will be run from approximately 2pm, with games expected to finish no later than 8pm at the latest. The exact timings will be confirmed once the team entries have been finalised and the schedule has been written.  


Entries for JWIN close this Friday, 15th October

GB Committee recruiting for GB Appointments Manager

The GB Committee are looking to recruit a GB Appointments Manager to manage and coordinate the appointment process for all GB squad managers, coaches and leaders. They will work closely with the GB Performance Director to ensure that there is a fair and robust appointment process to identify the best candidates to lead each GB squad. As the GB Futures Hubs programme develops we expect that part of this role will involve supporting the appointment process for GB Futures Hubs volunteer positions.


It is expected that this role will involve establishing and maintaining a pool of volunteers to form specific selection panels for events where GB squads will be attending. For more information on the role please see the role outline here.

UKU Club Open & Women's Indoor Qualifiers [COWIQ] 2021-22 - Entries Now Open!

Entries for the 2021-22 Club Open & Women's Indoor Qualifier (COWIQ) events are now open!


The full details of when and where the competitions will be held can be found in this document: alternatively on the UKU Event Calendar


Teams can be entered into all of the events until the Closing Date on Wednesday 10th November on the UKU GoMembership website.

Clapham crowned European Champions for the 10th time and Smash'D win Spirit

The 2021 European Ultimate Club Finals (1-3 Oct) saw Clapham Ultimate once again claim the European Open Division title; winning for the 10th time in their 20 year history. After a season unlike any other, in which Clapham had already retained the UK title, they beat CUSB La Fotta 13-10 in the open final. You can watch that match on the, and while you’re there why not check out the whole host of other exciting games captured by the crew?


Smash’d were the only other UK representatives at EUCF, and although they missed out on their final placement games thanks to some seriously challenging weather conditions at the tournament they are also coming home with a trophy as they were the Spirit of the Game winners in the Open division.


Congratulations to both teams for representing the UK so brilliantly. Full results from the tournament can be found on the EUF website here and as previously mentioned check out all the coverage from the weekend from the fantastic team.

UKU Junior Open Outdoor Nationals & Schools National Championships 2022 - Change of Date

Due to venue availability and in consideration of the wider calendar of UKU events in 2022, we have had to move the Junior Open Outdoor Nationals event from Saturday 2nd July to Saturday 25th June, one week earlier than previously published.


We apologise for any inconvenience caused. However, we hope that with the time there is before the event that this does not negatively impact your team's chance of attending. 


UKU Under-14, Under-17 & Junior Women’s Indoor Nationals 2021-22 - Entries Now Open!

We are very pleased to announce that entries for Junior Women's Indoor Nationals 2021-22 are now open!


The event is being held at Cranford SuperDome, Hounslow, London on Saturday 20th November. It is a ONE DAY event.


Entries are open in all three divisions: Under-14, Under-17 and Junior (Under-20).


UKU 2021 Season Feedback - Share your opinion!

Following a pretty successful 2021 season, albeit after a bit of an uncertain start, we wanted to reach out to you to get feedback from everyone that’s taken part (or not), at all levels, to see what we might do for the 2021-22 season!


Don’t worry, we’re never going to completely get rid of the weekend events that we know you love (we love them too!), but we want to find a balance for moving forward. 


Let us know what you think. We want to hear from you!

Did you play in 2021?

Did you not play at all? 

Did you want to play but the format didn’t work for you?

Did you play more because the format worked better for you?

Did you find the use of single fixture days beneficial and/or enjoyable? 

Did you miss weekend events?


Whatever your opinions are, we genuinely want to know them. If we don’t hear from you, whether it’s positive or negative, we end up with only having the views of a small proportion of players to work with. This might mean that we change the competition format and it might not be in the direction that you want it to be, so get involved!


Here are the different ways you can get in touch and share your views...