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U14 & U17 Open Indoor Nationals 2018-2019 - Entries Close In 1 Week!

We would like to remind all interested Junior and School teams that entries for Under-14 and Under-17 Open Indoor Nationals close on Tuesday 18th December (just one week away!). We note that a few of our regulars are still absent from our list of sign-ups!

ScCOIQ & ScCWIN - IMPORTANT UPDATE (Venue Cancellation)

Unfortunately, we have just received confirmation from Ravenscraig that they are no longer able to host our Club Open Indoor Qualifier & Scottish Club Women's Indoor Nationals event on 19th January due to a last minute agreement for the pitch to be relaid in the hall. As a result of the vast cost of the refurbishment and a very limited period in which the work can be done, regrettably there is no way for this to be avoided.


We are currently in the process of trying to find another venue that might be able to host the event, albeit on a different weekend, so please keep an eye out for an email from us with further details about the situation. If you no longer wish to attend the event, with the knowledge that it will no longer be in Ravenscraig and most likely not on 19th January, please email ASAP and we will process a refund for you. 


We apologise for any inconvenience. 

Club Women’s Indoor Nationals 2019 - Entries Open!

Entries are now OPEN for Club Women's Indoor Nationals being held at Cranford Superdome, alongside the Club Open Indoor Nationals event, on 16th-17th February 2019. There will be at least 20 spots available.

The entry deadline is Friday 4th January. Please use the new GoMembership website to enter the event HERE. If you are unsure on how it works, please use the guidelines below to help.

COIQ - Wolverhampton - Final Standings & Spirit Results

Well done to everyone that took part at COIQ Wolverhampton! 

Huge congratulations to Danger! High Voltage for coming away from the event as the winners of both the tournament and the SOTG prize.


Final standings for the event can be found on the online schedule:


The full breakdown of Spirit of the Game scores and the results tables can be found here:

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WFDF announces host of the WFDF 2020 World Masters Ultimate Championships to be held on the Gold Coast, Australia

WFDF has announced that the WFDF 2020 World Masters Ultimate Championships (WMUC 2020) will be staged in Gold Coast, Australia from Saturday 5th September to Saturday 12th September 2020 at the Runaway Bay Sport Precinct. The tournament organizing committee (TOC) is WFDF member national federation the Australian Flying Disc Association (AFDA), which had hosted the WFDF 2018 World Under-24 Ultimate Championships and the WFDF 2006 World Ultimate Club Championships with great success.

Following WUGC London in 2016, where the event attracted 28 masters’ teams from the master men’s and women’s divisions, WFDF made the decision to separate out the Masters divisions to a dedicated Masters event for National Teams for 2020.

Read the full announcement here.

GB Youth Teams Coaches and Managers 2019-2020 Appointments

Congratulations to the following coaches and managers who have been appointed to work with our Great Britain Junior Ultimate Teams heading initially to EYUC in Wroclaw, Poland August 2019, and for the U20 teams also be working towards the WJUC in Malmo, Sweden in July 2020.

#iSOTGDay & the School Games

December 3rd is International Spirit of the Game Day. This year's theme is YOUTH and so we wanted to post a short update about work with the School Games.

In England (sadly not the whole UK) there is a state-funded, multi-sport school sport competition programme called the School Games. Currently more than 20,000 registered schools take part in competitions every year across over 40 sports.

Competition Structure Update - Interested in bidding to run one of the UKU Ranking events?

Following the announcement regarding the changes to the Competition Structure and the provisional event calendar for 2019, we are pleased to confirm that the bid process for those that want to organise and run any of the UKU Ranking events is now finalised!


Further details on how to submit your bid and what you need to do, as well as the list of events that are now open for bids, can be found HERE. Please make sure that you give it a read if you’re interested as it includes important information about the process.