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Davide Morri from FIFD appointed as "EUF Trainer Instructor" for the Train the Trainer Program in Debrecen


Dear member federations


The EUF is happy to announce that the Education & Development Committee appointed Davide Morri from the Federazione Italiana Flying Disc (FIFD) as "EUF Trainer Instructor". He will be responsible to plan and run the Train the Trainer Program in Debrecen on July 14th-16th. EUF will adopt the FIFD Level 1 Trainer Manual for this first camp, which will coved following points:

  • Role and Reposibilities of a Trainer
  • How to teach the Spirit of the Game
  • How to teach fondamentals (throws and catches)
  • EUF approved FIFD Drill Book: Methodology, Skill Level, Context for different drills
  • Didactic progression for schools and beginner teams
  • Adapt drills to space, players' number and skill level
  • How to plan and structure training

Davide Morri is 34 years old and he is Lecture of Ultimate at the Sport University of Bologna. He is FIFD Level 3 (highest level possible) Trainer since 2010. He has developed as member of the FIFD Education and Development Committee the actual Italian Trainer Curriculum, which he has applied for several years in Italy and in other coutries for the development of junior and student programs. His core team is CUSB Bologna but he played various seasons for FAB and for teams in the USA and in South America.

Davide will be assited in Debrecen by Marc Michael "Schlumpf" Huber from the Austrian Federation and from Leontine Sonneveldt from the Dutch Flying Disc Association.

Schlumpf is in progress of obtaining an official Trainer License from the Austrian National Sport Committee and worked as Trainer and played in almost all continents.

Leo is a certified Trainer and has a master degree at the Johann Cruyff Institute. She has been coaching for almost 15 years at club and national team level. She is running the trainer level 1 course of the Dutch Federation.

Together with Davide and with other trainer professionals, they will enhance the FIFD Trainer Curriculum and create a EUF one, which can be used by other EUF members that haven't an own one yet.


We wish Leo, Davide, Schlumpf and all other Trainer Professionals that will volunteer to create the EUF Trainer Curriculum all the best for this extremely important task for the development of Ultimate in Europe!


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Eurodisc official disc partner for all European Youth Ultimate Events 2017


Dear Ultimate Community

In January 2017 WFDF and USA-Ultimate officially declared Eurodisc 175g 4.0 Organic (Hot Stamp) Ultimate Disc as approved Championship Level Ultimate disc:

After an exhaustive internal evaluation, EUF decided to start an official partnership with Eurodisc. Eurodisc will be the official disc partner for all European Youth Ultimate Events 2017 (EYUCup 2017 in Debrecen and EYUC 2017 in Veenendaal). All games at these events will be played with Eurodisc 175g 4.0 Organic Ultimate Discs. If both teams agree, the use of a different game disc will be tolerated.

Luca Miglioretto, EUF Board Member and winner of many Windmill Pull-Contests evaluated the Eurodisc 175g 4.0 Organic (Hot Stamp) Ultimate Disc for the EUF:

What’s different between Discraft and Eurodiscs?

As all non-Discraft Ultimfate Discs, Eurodisc is more stable (falls towards Inside quicker), and actually the Eurodisc is balanced very well, which others are not. It is more stable than Discraft, which is a good thing, but not too stable like Daredevil.

How will it affect players?

Eurodisc is in general slightly forgiving on unclean technique. This means it’s easier to throw for beginners. Also, Eurodiscs are easier to huck than Discraft. They stay upright and float longer. Discraft requires a much better&”clean" technique. Starting from zero, players will be able to handle the Eurodisc better than Discraft, and being able to huck easier will result in a more interesting game in general.

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Call for bids for the EUCF2018


Dear member federations 

The EUF officially opens the call for bids for the EUCF 2018. This will assign the title of European Club Champion in the division Open, Women, Mixed.

Deadlines and requirements are here.

Shortly we will also open the call for bids for the EUC 2019 (National Teams in the Divisions Men, Women, Mixed) and EMUC (National Teams in the Divisions Men Masters, Women Masters, Mixed Masters).

After the summer we will also open the call for bids for the EUCF 2019.

Please consider that only federations can bid or clubs/individuals with a letter of reference from a EUF member federation.

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FIVE Ultimate is EUF official merchandizing producer for the EUF Season 2017


Dear Ultimate Community,

EUF is very happy to announce our partnership with the FIVE Ultimate to act as the Official Merchandise provider for all 2017 EUF events!

FIVE Ultimate will be set up with a full merchandise booth at the European Youth Ultimate Championships in Veenendaal, NL (August) as well as the European Ultimate Championship Finals in Venice, IT (September). You'll also find Five gear at the European Youth Ultimate Cup in Debrecen (July) as well as the European Ultimate Masters Club Championships in Frankfurt (August)!
In addition to supporting the upcoming EUF events, we are excited to announce that FIVE Ultimate will support the new EUF Train-the-Trainer program, which will have the first camp in Debrecen during the European Youth Ultimate Cup!
We look forward to partnering with FIVE Ultimate in 2017 and beyond!


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EUF Mixed Championships are played with the "end zone decides" rule


Dear Member Federations

The WFDF Competition Rules 2017 introduced new possibilities to determine the Men/Women Ratio in the mixed division.

The EUF Board would like to inform you that following option will be used in all EUF sanctioned tournament in the mixed divisions

A7.3. Ratio Rule B (“end zone decides” rule):
A7.3.1. At the start of the game, after the first disc flip, an additional disc flip happens with the winner selecting which end zone is “End zone A”, with the other end zone becoming “End zone B”. At the start of each point the Team that is at End zone A must choose the gender ratio. This process applies for the first half. For the second half, at the start of each point the Team that is at End zone B must choose the gender ratio.


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