WFDF 2021 World Overall Flying Disc Championships (WOC)

USA

Stage 4 - Bid Award   COVID-19 AFFECTED Dates to be confirmed. The WFDF 2021 World Overall Championship is a 7-event competition, consisting of 5 individual events and 2 pairs events, contested over the course of 6 days in July of 2021 (proposed dates to be announced later). The WFDF 2021 World Overall Championships will feature competitions in seven flying disc disciplines — Freestyle, Double Disc Court, Discathon, Accuracy, Disc Golf, Distance and Self-Caught Flight.

WFDF 2021 World Under-24 Ultimate Championships (WU24)

Limerick, Ireland University of Limerick, Limerick

WFDF expects more than 40 teams from more than 25 countries to compete in the event. The last WU24 was held in Heidelberg, Germany in 2019 where the host TOC put on a very successful and popular event with 51 teams from 29 countries with 1,329 participants. WU24 is open to all players who are fourteen (14) years old or older and do not turn twenty-four (24) during the calendar year of the event. WU24 is a bi-annual event.

WFDF 2020 World Ultimate and Guts Championships (WUGC)

Leeuwarden, NED Leeuwarden

COVID-19 AFFECTED Postponed from 2020. WFDF expects more than 2,500 athletes from over 40 countries to participate in WUGC 2021 in three divisions for Ultimate in Open, Women’s and Mixed and in one for Guts.

WFDF 2021 World Beach Ultimate Championships (WBUC)

USA

Stage 4 - Bid Award Dates to be confirmed. The WBUC is the premier Beach Ultimate event for the WFDF and the 2021 edition of the event looks to build on the success of past championships held in Dubai, UAE and Royan, France. WFDF expect some 120 teams to attend over the 8 day event.

WFDF 2021 World Team Disc Golf Championships (WTDGC)

Croatia

Stage 4 - Bid Award Postponed from 2020. The WTDGC is the premier Disc Golf event for WFDF and the 2021 edition of the event looks to build on the success of past championships held in Vancouver, Canada with the 2019 event hosted by Estonia. WTDGC is a bi-annual event with the 2019 edition attracting 23 teams, 145 participants from 17 countries across 5 divisions.