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Cityleague Delft 2019

Welcome to CityLeague Delft! We are organizing an event to introduce people to the awesome sport of Ulitmate Frisbee! In addition, we are coordinating with UNICEF to raise awareness for their cause and to help raise some funds for them as well. We look forward to seeing you on the 14th, 21st, and 28th of May!

CityLeague is an event designed to introduce anyone who is interested in Ultimate Frisbee. The event consists of three days where we will organize games for everyone to play and learn. The price per person for all three days is 12 Euros. The deadline for signing up is the 13th of May at 23:59.

We will be organizing basic training of the sport on the first day along with the beginning of the tournament. The second day will continue the tournament and the third day we will conclude the tournament and have a barbecue altogether. There will also be prizes for competition winners and spirit winners along with free frisbees given to all participants. 

UNICEF-Delft wants to help us out and we also want to help them out by raising awareness for their cause and contributing a portion of the ticket fees to them. 

This event will be a lot of fun, we promise, and you, of course, get some free food and at least a frisbee! We are excited about you joining and having some fun in the (hopefully) sun!


About us

The organizers of the CityLeague-Delft are team members of the Delft ultimate frisbee team, Force Elektro. We are a team of university students who love ultimate frisbee and compete in national competitions together. If you end up really like ultimate Frisbee, we would be very excited to join you as we have several teams for various levels of commitment and competitiveness. 



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