European Ultimate Championship Series
EUCS Eligibility Rules 2011
1. EUCS Tournaments Definition
1.1. The EUCS consists of “EUCS Events” including: Qualifiers (EUCQ), Regionals (EUCR) and Finals (EUCF).
1.2. Each Section (typically a country) may use a single tournament (e.g. Nationals) or a series of tournaments (e.g. Tours) as Qualifiers.
1.3. Each Section earns bids to their EUCR according to EUCR bid allocations.
2. Ultimate Club Team Definition
2.1. An Ultimate Club Team (henceforth referred to as ‘Team’) is a group of people who play together and enter ultimate tournaments under that Team’s name.
2.2. A Team that enters into an EUCR is identified by its roster (“EUCS Roster”).
3. Player Restrictions
3.1. Only players rostered for a Team may play at EUCR or EUCF.
3.2. No player may be rostered for two Teams simultaneously, independently from the division.
4. EUCS Team Rosters
4.1. National rostering systems and eligibility rules are used for EUCQ.
4.2. A Team that chooses to participate at EUCR has to submit an EUCS Roster by the deadline defined by the CSC. Rosters then are frozen. National Organizations or an equivalent Sectional Committee has to approve the EUCR roster.
4.3. A Team that does not advance to the next stage loses its roster. Players from such a team may be added to rosters of other teams subject to the limit in 4.4.
4.4. After the rosters are frozen, a team may only add to its roster a maximum of 3 players in total in the Open division and a maximum of 5 in the women one throughout the EUCS season. All additions must be submitted to the CSC by the deadlines published on the EUCS website.
In order to view the changes between the rules 2010 and 2011, please check the What's new? section.
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