open division – 28 teams

Open division has 4 top seeded pools with 3 teams (A-D) and 4 lower pools with 4 teams (E-H).

After poolplay, all teams from pools A-D and #1 from pools E-H advance to pre-quarters (1-16).
#2 and #3 from pools E-H proceed to quarters (17-24).
#4 from pools E-H move into a new pool I with 4 teams (25-28).

Every team plays 6 or 7 games in total.

women’s division – 22 teams

In women’s there are 6 pools (Q-V) with 3 teams each and 1 pool (X) with 4 teams.

After poolplay, #1 and #2 in pools (Q-V) advance to pre-quarters (1-16) and #3 to 2 new pools (Y & Z) playing for places 17-22. #1 from Y & Z advance semis (17-20), #2 and #3 to quarters (17-22).
From Pool X, #1 & #2 advance to quarters (1-8) and #3 & #4 to quarters (9-16).

Every team plays 6 or 7 games in total.


  • 5 players per team on the field.
  • Maximum 8 players per team.
  • The field’s outer dimentions are 68 x 24m, end zones are 14m deep, brick point is 9m from the end zone. (Close to BULA’s specs for beach ultimate)
  • The surface is high quality turf (artificial grass).
  • Stall count to 10.
  • Game time is 25 min.

Except for the above, WFDF’s official rules apply.


Games are played on artificial grass in a huge indoor sports hall in excellent quality. The same field the national soccer team uses for winter season training.
The fields are 68x24m – significantly larger than regular indoor fields. Close to beach ultimate size.

Playing indoor ultimate on grass the game is more authentic, turns are faster and layouts don’t give you category 3 skin burns. It’s like outdoor ultimate but without wind and rain, so keep expecting blades and hammers!

On the big field size, throwing skills become more important. How far can you throw a good hammer? Playing 5 – 5 there is a lot more space than what we’re used to indoors. Each player on the field needs to be active.