11th Annual U.S. National Kubb Championship.
Eau Claire, WI (The Kubb Capital of North America).

The U.S. National Kubb Championship is one of the largest kubb tournaments and one of three two-day tournaments in the world. It is the second largest tournament in the world with painted kubbs and kings.

Each team needs to have at least three players. From past champions to first-time players, all ages and levels of experience and skill are welcome.
Additional information for 2016 top 16 teams (tied for 9th or better) and group winners:
If your team made it to Sunday (final 16) in 2016 and/or won your round-robin group, in 2017 your team gets placed in a group without any of the other top 16 teams and/or group winners from 2016. However, you need to have at least two players from your 2016 team to be able to qualify for this 2017 placement. If you do not have at least two players from your 2016 team, you are not allowed to have special placement. You will be asked this question during the registration process. Signing up as a 2016 top 16 team and/or group winner and playing without at least two 2016 players will result in disqualification. 

Rules: The spirit of the game will take precedent. The spirit of the game of kubb requires good sportsmanship. The spirit should influence both the interpretation and application of the rules of the game and the conduct of the participants. Official rules can be found here.

Please note that we cannot refund registrations.

More information regarding the 2017 U.S. National Kubb Championship.

More information regarding the U.S. National Kubb Championship organization.