Tchoukball UK''s flagship competition is the National Super League consisting of the top teams in the country battling it out for silverware as well as a place in the European Winners Cup, the highest level club tchoukball competition in the world where the best teams in Europe compete. The competition is used as the basis for selecting Team UK squads for the European and World Tchoukball Championships. Games are refereed by national and international standard current and ex-players with points scored at an average of 2-3 per minute.
Alongside the Super League, Division 1 is the next step in competition. We're just 2 divisions at the moment, but as numbers increase, so will the structure. Division 1 will contain very different standards, from Super League hopefuls right through to the newest teams. Many clubs use this format as a way to introduce new players in their second teams.
There is promotion and relegation through the league system and league placings also determine which of our cup competitions teams can enter.