The World Cup Championship is awarded to the winner of the World Cup Final. Teams must qualify for the World Cup Final by earning World Cup points toward their standing in the UFO World Cup Series based on their performance at Major and Local Tournaments.
Teams must earn at least 90 World Cup points to qualify for the UFO World Cup Finals.
A team's total World Cup points are tallied by this method: the top two finishes at Major Tournaments and the top two finishes at Local Tournaments. A maximum of 240 points is possible during the regular season. Teams will only earn World Cup points in the Open Division at all UFO events. Only 1 set of points is awarded at each event.
New for 2018: Any team that travels from a different continent to compete in the finals only has to have 75 World Cup points to play in the final. This includes any points earned at the Final Major on the Friday before the finals.
The UFO World Cup Throw & Catch Champions are determined at the World Cup Finals. Teams qualify for this event by placing in the top 3 in Open Throw & Catch at any UFO Major, Local, or TC Local.
The UFO World Cup Freestyle Champions are determined at the World Cup Finals. Teams qualify for this event by placing in the top 3 in Open Freestyle at any UFO Major.
Competitors earn points toward their standing in the UFO European Cup Series based on their performance at European Major and Local Tournaments. Teams must earn 65 World Cup points in European UFO Events to qualify for the European Cup Final.
The EC Final is a winner-take-all event, and the winners of this event are declared the European Cup Champions.
The UFO North American Cup (NAC)) is an competition series to determine the best frisbee dog team in North America.
Competitors earn points toward their standing in the UFO North American Cup Series based on their performance at North American Major and Local Tournaments.
The NAC Final is the final Major in the NAC series. When the event is complete, World Cup Points are assigned, and the NAC Standings updated. The team with the highest point total is declared the North American Cup Champions.
In the event that 2 or more teams are tied for the top spot in the NAC series, the finish at the NAC Final will be the tie-breaking criteria to determine an overall winner.