EK 2017 (European Championships)

European Champs are going on and I’m super proud to have several Vertigo players in the national teams! ( Just like previous EK :))


Anouk Boots (Vertigo) - EK2017
(taken by Martine Bootsma)

Our regular Vertigo trainer has been trainer/coach for the ladies, our girl Anouk is in the team, we played them a few weeks ago and they are awesome! Today they are IN THE FINALS (YouTube Highlights)!

Anouk, Chris, and all others, enjoy, we will be watching 🙂




Shoes for ultimate

Want to buy shoes for ultimate? As there are no shoes especially designed for ultimate*, it might be a bit difficult to find good shoes. Here are some tips and suggestions for shoes.


Tip #1: Most obvious, but also most important: They should fit and feel stable. For indoor I recommend shoes with ‘shock-technology’/damping; better for your knees.

Tip #2: Be especially aware of the quality on the sides of the nose of the shoe. Due to your cutting movements, there is quite some lateral force on this part of the shoe; this is where most shoes eventually break. Note that this means that in general soccer cleats are less durable; the nose of the shoe is made to be perfect for kicking a ball, durability is second.

Tip #3: If you have weak ankles; there are plenty of shoes out there that are high, it provides you with some extra support.

Tip #4: Do not buy running shoes. The soles are made for walking straight only (and will rip due to the lateral movements during cutting).

Tip #5: Grip; you need lots of it. Outdoor some people prefer hockey shoes, but especially in wet conditions, you really want more grip. Therefore, if you want a shoe that is useable in all field-conditions;  I recommend korfball, lacrosse or baseball cleats (note: metal spikes are not allowed).


Suggestions for outdoor:


Suggestions for indoor:


* Update: Kickstarter-project with shoes especially designed for ultimate


Katzenjammer 2016

After a two years break, our friends from Wuppertal finally decided to dust-off their Katzenjammer-tourney concept. Naturally, we gathered a team (special thanks to our pick-ups Linda, Laurens and Tom), and hit the road :).
As no theme was officially announced we decided to go with crappy car and yellow hat. After arriving (without being pulled over 🙂 ) and some debate on why a club in Wuppertal would be called Caracal, we could finally start playing and show what ultimate is all about!
Unfortunately, it became clear that we were not able to defend our podium-position, but luckily, only the beer-race matters in Germany right? After selecting our most fearsome woman and man the slaughterhouse began. Everyone knows what happens in Wuppertal stays in Wuppertal; I will only report that for some of us digging and licking was involved.


With a preparation of wienerschnitzel, pizza and German beers we were ready to hit the party! Clearly, some party-skills had to be introduced to our eastern neighbors. Being as educational as we are, we got the party started and partied till early hours.
The next morning, coffee and a good breakfast were waiting for us, a nice second tourney-day with some ultimate and some shots and some more shots :). We ended the weekend with some Swedish meatballs back in Eindhoven.



“Hello, hello (hola!) / I’m at a place called Vertigo (dónde está!)”



Vertigo Youth Promoted to Division 1

Since last year Vertigo also has a youth team, they just promoted to the first division of the U20 (Under 20 years old) national league.


Proud to have them there :).




Lustrum Tournament

Happy birthday Vertigo – cheap tournament in Eindhoven 😀

What? A mixed indoor tournament
When? 21st and 22nd of November 2015
Where? TUe Student Sport Centre, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Stay? In a sports hall
Costs? €70,- team fee, €20,- player’s fee


Register by mail. More info here.

Main Uncategorized Youth

Pancake Meets Frisbee

A day packed full of fun; to show people interested in ultimate where ultimate is all about.

Also Vertigo-students meet Vertigo-youth players. All in all a fantastic day! With lots of food :).

The aftermovie:


Vertigo’s Crazy Activity Team (CAT)