Competition formats of Frisbeer Cup 2018

Open pairs

  • divided into Challengers and PROs divisions to give chance of winning a trophy even to less experienced players
  • routines length: 3 minutes, all rounds

Maybe you are wondering how to distinguish a Challenger from a PRO. Well, we let you decide that about your team in the registration form. In the end we are going to revise the teams and if we’ll think that your team should play in the stronger division (or vice versa), we’ll send you a friendly recommendation about switching the divisions.

Open Coop

  • routines length: 4 minutes, all rounds


Mixed and Women pairs

  • only if there is enough women (at least 4 teams for Women pairs)
  • routines length: 3 minutes, all rounds

The Battle

  • not yet sure if we are going to open the Battle this year - it depends on your answers in the registration form
  • pair vs. pair battle in a brake-dance fashion!
  • judging system: General impression with panel of 3 judges - non-jammers, preferably from the ranks of other freestyle sports
  • finals on Saturday night at the party (this is not 100% yet, we are currently looking for a suitable club)
  • limited number of teams - first 24 complete teams to register for battle format
  • detailed explenation HERE


Judging system

Every division of Frisbeer Cup 2018 will be judged with the new judging system made by Ryan Young. Read more about this system >>

Fixed judges

To have consistent judging, more fluent organization and to give you more jamming and warm-up time, we will again try to have Fixed judges. If you are interested, learn more and let us know.


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