WFDF 2022 World Team Disc Golf Championship will bring the disc golf world together

The World Flying Disc Federation (WFDF) and the Local Organising Committee (LOC) Lagoda Disc Golf, are excited to announce that the WFDF 2022 World Team Disc Golf Championship will bring together over 200 disc golfers from four continents representing at least 23 national teams. Considering that registration for teams is open until March 31st, there is a big possibility that this number could increase to a possible 30 teams competing at the event.

The WTDGC is the premier Disc Golf event for WFDF and the 2022 edition of the event looks to build on the success of past championships held in Vancouver, Canada in 2016 with 6 nations represented; in Colchester, United Kingdom in 2017 with 10 nations; and in Alutaguse, Estonia in 2019 with 17 nations.  USA took the first World team disc golf title, Canada won it in 2017 and then Finland took the gold in 2019  with Germany taking silver and Estonia bronze.
The fourth edition of WTDGC will be hosted by the Croatian city of Varazdin and the event will be produced by the crew of Lagoda Disc Golf who are looking forward to a chance to execute a memorable top-level event in one of the nicest cities in continental Croatia.

The WTDGC will be hosted over 4 days from Wednesday 17th of August to Saturday 20th August on two 18-hole courses located in the forests and on the Drava river embankment, the location where 9 editions of well known season ending tournament Drava Forester were held (you might remember a viral video of hole-in-one by Philo Brathwaite made at the event in 2019), and where EuroTour 2022 season will be opened with the Pro Forester event on March 4 to 6.

Nations that have confirmed they will participate are Australia, Austria, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Great Britain, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Portugal, Neutral athletes from RFDF, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Ukraine and the United States of America.

Teams represent national flying disc federations or other flying disc governing bodies that are members of WFDF, and will consist of 6 to 12 players, includeing both males and females. In each match they must field 6 players, with at least two female and one player over 40 years of age.

The competition format will follow previous WTDGC events with a combination of Doubles and Singles Matchplay rounds played against the equivalent seeds from competing teams.

For additional info visit follow official event Social network channels at Facebook @wfdf.wtdgc and Instagram @wtdgc_wfdf