Rules Analysis
World Flying Disc Federation 2017 Rules of Ultimate
17. Fouls

Any reference in section 17 to ‘contact’ is considered to be a reference to non-incidental contact, as, per 15.1, a foul is specifically defined as “non-incidental contact”.


Strip Fouls:

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A Strip Foul occurs when a defensive foul causes the receiver or thrower to drop the disc after they have gained possession.

If an uncontested strip foul occurs where the offence causes the defence to drop a pass they have intercepted in the defences attacking end zone, this should be treated as a goal for the defence.


If the reception would have otherwise been a goal, and the foul is uncontested, a goal is awarded.