A large restructuring of the Belgian Ultimate Championships took place during the summer of 2015, eyeing more consistency in the timings and formats of the several championships, allowing clubs to fully prepare for the different events and an increase in the visibility and appreciation of women ultimate.
A ‘championship committee’ was founded with the goal of forming a proposal that would be sustainable on the mid-long term and was supported by the majority of the Belgian Ultimate community. The committee was free-to-enter for all and in the end had 10 players from 5 different clubs participating.
The final version of the championship proposal was approved by a very large majority of the clubs. It will be re-evaluated after one year to iron out the flaws that might have arisen. A new large thinking exercise about the championships is planned for 2020, because the ultimate scene in Belgium might have changed drastically by then.