Kubb Tournament


Come down and enjoy the St. Anthony’s first winter Kubb tournament. Teams of 2-6 players will compete in this tournament. The round robin stage starts at 9:30am on Saturday March 7th, and then a single elimination stage from 1:00 – 4:00pm to determine the champions! Great prizes for the winners!

Full details and tournament format here

Proceeds go to Nourish282

2020 winter kubb tournament


New to Kubb?

Kubb is a Swedish lawn game, similar to Cornhole or bocce ball and is just as fun and addicting!

First time attending a kubb event or even your first time playing the game kubb? No problem! Check out this helpful FAQ. Pitches will be available the morning of the tournament to learn and play the game. Find one of our Kubb Ambassadors who can explain the game and get you started on the basics before matches start at 9:30am.

Tournament Details

  • The registration fee is per team.
  • Registration includes two free drink tickets.
  • Teams are a minimum of two and maximum of six people.
  • There is no in-person registration.
  • Team captains will receive specific format information after registration closes on March 1st.
  • Please note registration closes at midnight on March 1st.
  • Teams are placed in groups of four.
  • Not all players on each team are required to throw on every turn, however no single player may throw more than two batons.
  • All matches will follow U.S. Championship Rules.
  • Teams will play three matches in the Round Robin, one against each of the other three teams in their group. Teams will then be seeded into a bracket based on their Round Robin Results.Teams losing their first knockout match will move the consolation bracket.
  • Teams are guaranteed 5 matches.
  • Matches not completed by their designated ending times will be determined by a Throw-off.
  • All Championship Bracket rounds will start at the designated times listed on the schedule even if both teams from the previous round have advanced. The purpose of this is to avoid excessive downtime for teams if one side of the bracket is getting too far ahead of the other. This will also allow teams finishing early to warm up between matches knowing when their next match will begin.
  • A Throw-off consists of each team throwing 6 shots from their base line trying to knock over as many kubbs as possible. The two teams knocking over the most kubbs will advance to the Championship Bracket. As is the case for match play, no player may throw more than two batons during a throw-off.
  • Teams check in with Brian Ramsey at the Pavalion when you get to Central Park.