European Ultimate Championship Series
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EUCF 2011: Call for bids
The European Ultimate Federation opens officially the submission of bids for the organization of the European Ultimate Championship Final (EUCF) 2011.
Deadline for bid preliminary submission: Nov. 23th 2010.
By this date we need to have at least a rough description of the bid and a preliminary budget, which the EUF committee will define in details together with the bidders.
The call for bids for the EUCRs will be opened soon by
the Regional Series Committees (RSC).
Send bids, requests or questions to: csc /at/ eucs.efdf.org
Looking forward to receiving many competitive bids!
EUCF 2011 Tournament requirements:
EUCF 2010 Final ResultsCongratulations to the new European Champions!
Hot Beaches in the Women division and Flying Angels Bern in the Open one!
Lotus and Fusion have been rewarted as beste spirited teams of the tournament!
All results and statistics can be viewed from the EUCF 2010 web page.
Spirit of the Game Women division: Lotus
Spirit of the Game Open division: Fusion
EUCF 2010 UpdateThis is the list of the teams, who qualified for the EUCF 2010 in Lloret:
12 Open and 6 Women teams have already qualified for the EUCF 2010 in Lloret in the sunny Costa Brava! The next 4+2 will be determined next weekend in Bern. Results are available on the regional subpages.
Congratulation to all qualified teams!
Since we just have 30 days before the EUCF in Lloret, now you will need to quickly confirm your participation sending an email to Jaume, the tournament director, book your flights and start putting together the money for the fees.
Team Fee Open: 450 €
Team Fee Women: 300 €
Player's Fee Open (3 days): between 100 € and 150 € (full board, depending on the accommodation option).
Player's Fee Women (2 days): between 75 € and 100 € (full board, depending on the accommodation option).
The page www.eucf2010.com will be constantly updated with all important information.
In the very unfortunate case that you qualified but you are not able to come, please inform your local EUCS coordinator immediately (see regional contact list) so that he/she will have enough time to ask the next ranked team in your region.
The EUCR-NE and EUCR-CE will take place this weekend (CE: 27th-29th; NE: 28th-29th).
The EUCR-SW will be played a week later (SW: 4th-5th).
Schedules and updated infos are available in the regional pages.
All teams who will qualified for the EUCF in Lloret (Spain, close to Barcelona, October 1st-3rd), will be requested to confirm their participation with the payment of the teams fee.
All info about the EUCF 2010 in Lloret will be available under the page www.eucf2010.com
Open Division will be played on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
First game on Friday for 8 Teams (out of 16) will be at 9:00. The sport venue is about 45 mins from Girona Airport (see http://www.eucf2010.com/index.php/where-is-eucf).
Women division will be played on Saturday and Sunday. First game on Sat. for 4 (out of 8) teams will be at 9:00 in Lloret Stadium (about 30 Km from Girona Airport).
Women Final is planned to start at 13:00 on Sunday.
Open Final will start at about 15:00.
The closing ceremony is planned to end at about 17:00 of Sunday.
These times are just approximate and could slightly vary.
When registering, please indicate if you have any time constrains on Sunday.
The EUCR-W 2010 will not take place. In order to allow a good selection for the EUCF 2010 in Blanes (Spain, close to Barcelona, October 1st-3rd) following approach will be used in 2010:
Info about the EUCR-CE and EUCR-SW has also been updated.
The Tournament Directors will contact the member associations soon to start the registration process.
- CSC Chair -
Dear European Ultimate Federations,
European Ultimate Championship Series (EUCS)
This European tournament structure is establishing an annual European Ultimate Championship Series for open and women’s clubs. This annual tournament series allows top European clubs to compete against one another and crown a European club champion.
The EUCS creates a base structure and calendar for the series and involve as many teams and nations and players as possible. The benefit of this tournament structure is to create better competition for the top European clubs and provide incentive for mid-level clubs to improve their games with the hope of making it to Finals (EUCFs).
Europe has been divided into four geographic regions. Each nation (or group of nations if they are very small) may send a maximum number of qualified teams to its European Club Regional (EUCR) tournament. The ideal entry to an EUCR would be from Country’s nationals results. However a National Federation may also nominate its EUCR candidates. These teams compete at the EUCRs to advance to the European Club Finals (EUCFs).
EUCR and EUCF tournaments will be standardized as much as possible in order to ensure fair seeding and important game-play throughout the tournaments. EUCR tournaments will be held from the second half of August to the first half of September and be centrally located in order to minimize travel times for regional teams. The EUCFs will be held in fall in a nation offering the best bid. Attention will be paid to excellent fields and agreeable weather.
With the goal being to increase the level of club play in Europe a strict eligibility rule is in place, which encourage teams to work on new players, but still gives the chance to good talents playing in small teams to join the roster of larger ones and make precious experiences, which can be used for the development of their smaller teams..
The EUCS is run by a staff of volunteers with support from the EFDF Director and staff. Other volunteers essential to the operation of the Series include committee members who specialize in elements of competition such as rules, eligibility and tournament formats.
This site is hosted by the EFDF, the European Flying Disc Federation and
all EUCS events are part of the EFDF
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