Latest News

UKU Club Mixed Indoor Nationals - Entry Update

After an unprecedented number of entries to CXIN 2016/17 - 35 teams filled the form - we've successfully extended our booking at the Derby Arena on the Saturday evening, meaning we can accommodate 4 more teams (so 28 total). Saturday will now run from approx 9am-830pm, so we'll need to split the day into morning/afternoon so that no one team plays the whole day.

UKU Club Open & Women's Indoor Nationals - Schedule

With apologies for the delay, please find the schedule for the weekend here:

It's now also available as a pdf for printing, from the event page.

See you on Saturday!


UKUL1 Coaching Course - Lincoln - 18th March 2017

Announcing a UKU Level 1 Coaching Course in Lincoln on Saturday 18th March 2017. The course will be held at the University of Lincoln.

UKU U17 & U14 Open Indoor Nationals 2016-17 - Results

u14 winners Airbadgers


Many congratulations to Flux 1 (Twycross House) and AirBadgers A (St Peter's, Exeter - pictured above) for their victories in the U17 and U14 divisions respectively - and many apologies for the late publication of this news (it turns out Tournament Directors can get winter illnesses too!).

GBJW Trials

GBJW Ultimate

Announcing GB Junior Women's Trials, Saturday 22nd April in Telford (see UKU Events page here for more details and how to sign up).

Calling all women aged 13-19 who want to be involved in the GB Junior Women's Squad 2017/18 working towards Canada 2018. All skill levels encouraged to attend!

UKU Club Open Indoor Nationals - Entries closing soon

Final reminder!

Entries close tomorrow (2nd Feb) for Club Open Indoor Nationals.

UKU Club Mixed Indoor Nationals - Entries now open

We are pleased to now open entries for our Club Mixed Indoor Nationals, to be held in Derby on the 4/5 March.

Further details can be found on the event page.


Calling all junior women aged 13-19!


This year UK Ultimate is running a series of regional events held across the country for junior women. The sessions will focus on fundamental skills, the basics of the game and will be an opportunity for girls to play more together!

We encourage all young female players and any girls with a keen interest in sport, even those who haven’t played Ultimate before, to come along.

The long-term goal is to build the UK junior women’s division and to give the opportunity for more players to become involved in our National and regional programmes.