European Ultimate Championship Series (EUCS) is an European tournament structure started on 2006. This annual tournament series allows top European clubs to compete against one another and crown a European club champion. It started out as a Open and Women tournament and after every 4 years (2005,2009, 2013) there are extended EUCS where mixed and masters are competing too. Since 2013 the mixed division has been added annually to the series. EUCS started with 4 regions, our region started off being a North-East region including countries: Sweden, Finland, Russia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Ukraine, Belarus, Norway, Iceland. Since 2012 the regions have been modified and now Estonia belongs to the North region

All together there are 5 regions:
WEST: United Kingdom
CENTRAL: Denmark, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg;
SOUTH: Ireland, France, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Israel
EAST: Poland, Czech Rep, Austria, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Belarus, Ukraine, Hungary
NORTH : Norway, Sweden, Finland, Russia, Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania.

In North region the qualifying tournaments have been held between three cities Helsinki, Stockholm and Tallinn. North region has been presenting us well. From 2006 to 2010 there has been always a North team Skogshyddan from Sweden in Open final. In recent years Women teams are starting to show their skills in Europe and last year in 2012 team from Finland, Viima, was in final. Check out all the qualifiers and the final places in EUCR-N results

Each country has one open and one women representative in Regional Series Committee (RCS). North region has one open and women rep. in Championship Series Committee (CSC). More information about the North region representatives and their contacts can be found here on European Ultimate Federation page