Atlantic Edge, European Embrace
Limerick itself is part of Ireland’s Shannon Region is famous for being the home of high kings, castles, culture, sport, the majestic river Shannon, the Cliffs of Moher and the Burren. It is Ideally positioned in the southwest of Ireland, acting as your gateway to The Wild Atlantic Way.
The WFDF and Local Organising Committee are excited to use WMUCC as your gateway to the picture postcard appeal of the Wild Atlantic Way.
To find out more about Limerick and the surrounding Shannon Region, visit www.limerick.ie.
The climate of Ireland can be described as a maritime influenced, mild and humid climate. May to mid-September is by far the warmest and generally the dryer time of year relatively speaking. In summer, temperatures generally fall in a range of 15°C to 20°C, but sometimes they can reach up to 25°C or even higher.
This tournament will be centred around players and the LOC is focused on delivering an amazing experience and creating a fun atmosphere throughout the week. The University campus in Limerick (UL) is key to creating this atmosphere, with all essential facilities and playing venues located within walking distance to the housing. Entertainment and activities throughout the day and evenings will ensure players love every minute of this event – even when not on the field!