Woodball

A popular sport in Asia, Woodball has been on the World University Championship programme since 2004. The sport was invented in Chinese Taipei in 1990. Players use a mallet to pass a ball through gates. The game can be played in grass, sand or indoor.

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EVENTS World University Championship

All Events Woodball

2016

 Taipei City (TPE)

2014

 Perlis (MAS)

Woodball

 FISU Technical Delegates

Kenny CHOW (HKG)

Sang Wook LEE (KOR)

International Federation

International Woodball Federation

 FISU Regulations

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The History of Woodball in FISU 

Since 2004, woodball is part of the programme of the World University Championships. After a first edition organised by Chinese Taipei, two more editions were held in Thailand and Uganda.
With an average of 11 countries represented, the highest number of athletes taking part was recorded in Bangkok in 2006 with 91 players.

Statistics WUC Woodball

Edition

Year

Country

City

N° of Countries

M

W

Athletes

Officials

Total

1

2004

TPE

Taipei City

11

33

26

59

23

82

2

2006

THA

Bangkok

11

48

43

91

27

118

3

2010

UGA

Kampala

11

31

24

55

24

79

4

2014

MAS

Perlis

11

43

33

76

26

102

5

2016

TPE

Taipei City

 7

35 22 57 21 78