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⇒ Quite current map of Jugger teams and training locations around the globe.
Just a quick note here:
In 2020, August 7-9, over 100 Jugger teams will join and compete,organized by Jugger e. V. in Berlin. Inside a day, teams from these nations have already registered: France, Ireland, Spain, USA, Australia, Lithuania, Sweden, Latvia, Colombia, Austria.
There are 128 slots total and many slots reserved for international teams, plus even guaranteed participation for intercontinentals. Just keep in mind to meet the fee payment deadline to make your registration valid.
We are planning a meeting of representatives of each team and nation present, to discuss Jugger "globally" at an evening after the matches. Read more about the World Jugger Confabulatio.
Hello, dear juggers!
My name is Arturo Pérez Amores and I work as Commissioner of Communications for the Spanish Jugger Federation. You may remember my post at Jugger Worldwide on the creation of an online debate assembly by gathering up to three representatives from each 'jugging country' and then discussing common issues and goals until we reached agreements and resolutions. The comments at Facebook showed there was support, but also that some of the proposals were not very clear. Nevertheless, we saw no impossible obstacles and decided to ask every country if they would join, and this was the result:
During this process, several important questions were repeated by many different organizations, so my colleagues (Miguel Alvarado [USA] and Rickhard Nilsén [Sweden]) and I decided it was best to post out our official answers to these FAQ at this blog (there's a Spanish version at the FEJ's Bitácora). We hope they'll help everyone understand what we're trying to build and pave the way for the creation of the International Jugger Council, as we'll be sending out the invitations to the interested jugger groups in the next few days.... Read more: Continue reading "International Jugger Council - some Frequently Asked Questions"
For the seventh time, international teams have met at Järnsvenskan. During the last week-end, they fought for the skull at Sweden`s annual international Jugger festival, except for 2017 organized by the Uhu and Järnboås IF.
Along with the tournament itself, Järnsvenskan has bands on stage, a sauna and a very comfy lake ... no wonder it attracts teams of different countries, all of them traveling to the small village of Järnboås, Bergslagen, every year. There have been USA, Australia, Russia, Ireland (every year except in 2019), Germany (every year) , Latvia, Lithuania, and many players from other countries battling over the skull.
And of course, plans for Järnsvenskan 2020 are already forming. Read more at the festival's website.
Kay Frank of the Orange Juggernauts has designed a Jugger game variant where four kingdoms fight for the throne.
With the last season of "Game of Thrones" having come to an end this week, it was just one step to adapt the Four Kingdoms game to the popular show.
He was so kind to allow me translating the rules into English and putting them in form, together with photos from the event. Note that they might be updated.
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This is a collection of international Jugger rulebooks, including historical versions, where available. Countries in order of the fact-based knowledge of introduction of Jugger to them, where applicable, otherwise of their first rulebook's appearance.
If you know other national Jugger rulebooks, you are most welcome to drop us a note!Continue reading "International Jugger rulebooks: Jugger Archive I"