2023 Asia Oceania Juniors and Masters Ultimate Championships – Malaysia
16th-17th December 2023
Male players who are 32 or older (born in 1991 and BEFORE)
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Will club teams from the countries be allowed to bid for either division? Can a country send more than 1 bid for either division?Our goal is to have representation from different countries around the Asia Oceanic Region to gain exposure from this event. Hence, we are welcoming bids from clubs of the participating countries even if there’s already a national team bid. However, if you are submitting a club bid, the club's participation will have to be endorsed by the national association. With limited slots, organisers will determine which teams will secure a final bid.“ A testimonial from a client who benefited from your product or service. Testimonials can be a highly effective way of establishing credibility and increasing your company's reputation.”
2. Will the club team be considered a national team or a club team? If the latter, will the team be referred to by their club team name? The team will be considered a national team.
In the event there are 2 teams from the same country, the teams will be known as National Team A and National Team B. Therefore, teams jerseys must be national themed and not club themed.
3. What is the citizen ruling for this event?The Team Roster may comprise any of the following:
i) Any number of Legal Citizens or WFDF Citizens;
ii) A maximum of four (4) Resident Non-Citizens;
iii) A maximum of two (2) Visa Holders;
iv) A maximum of one (1) Non-Resident Non-Citizens
The team roster must be inspected by an official of the National Federation. This official must countersign the roster to indicate they have inspected it and found it to be in accordance with player eligibility.
AOFDF reserves the right to invalidate a submitted roster if it is finds that the team does not adequately represent the country the team is intended to represent.