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Check out the Flow Offence articles below to find out how the top teams in the world do it!

USA, u24 Worlds (3)

After generating a turn in their own endzone, USA go end-to-end with a flowing offence that uses handler movement & cutters to move the disc laterally three times.

Endzone Offence

Flow Offence

Handler Resets

Horizontal Stack

Lateral Cuts

u24 Worlds 2019

Japan, u24 Worlds 2019 (1)

Japan show repetition of some staple movements; downfield cutters, sideline resets, & lateral continuation cuts using the Cyclone offence, along with lots of patience and solid fundamentals.

Endzone Offence

Fielding the Pull

Flow Offence

Handler Resets

u24 Worlds 2019

USA, u24 Worlds 2019 (1)

Utilising good use of space, USA work the disc using both handlers and cutters in an excellent demonstration of horizontal stack offence

Flow Offence

Handler Resets

Horizontal Stack

u24 Worlds 2019

GB Men, Windmill 2019 (3)

After swinging the disc out of a side stack, GB work the open side to gain yards, then take advantage of some nifty pivoting to attack undefended space on the break side.

Flow Offence

Handler Resets

Windmill 2019

Mammoth, AUC 2019

Mammoth keep attacking the break side, open side and deep space with cutters in this well-executed example of vertical stack

AUC 2019

Flow Offence

Vertical Stack

Ellipsis Mens (2), AUC 2019

After swinging the disc, a handler busts deep while his team mates swing twice, hit an under cut, then a dish before throwing deep

AUC 2019

Flow Offence

Handler Resets

Brute Squad, USAU Nationals 2018

Brute Squad not only break marks, but set up in such a way to maximise their ability to attack space

Flow Offence

Lateral Cuts

Power Position

USA Nationals 2018

PoNY, North East Regionals 2018, 4

After swinging the disc to create new attacking angles, PoNY's cutters time their movements well to exploit undefended areas of the field

Flow Offence

Handler Resets

Power Position

Vertical Stack

Revolution 3, WUCC 2018

Here we can see Revolution fielding a pull and marching the disc downfield with ease

Fielding the Pull

Flow Offence

Lateral Cuts

WUCC 2018

Clapham, WUCC 2018

Clapham initiate with a lateral cut from the break side to the open side, hit a V cut, then repeat this action again to score, moving the disc from one sideline to the other in the process

Flow Offence

Lateral Cuts

WUCC 2018

CUSB 3, WUCC 2018

After moving the disc laterally, CUSB shoot deep then quickly convert for the goal

Flow Offence

WUCC 2018

Yaka 2, Windmill 2018

Yaka clear space to isolate a cutter, then run a quick give and go before generating an easy assist

Flow Offence

Horizontal Stack

Set Plays

Windmill 2018

Mainzelmädchen 2, Windmill 2018

Well-timed cuts and efficient handler movement drive Mainzelmädchen to another offensive hold.

Endzone Offence

Fielding the Pull

Flow Offence

Lateral Cuts

Windmill 2018

Mainzelmädchen 1, Windmill 2018

Mainzelmädchen show off nice movement from the pull, handler resets to beat a poach attempt, all culminating in a deep strike

Fielding the Pull

Flow Offence

Handler Resets

Lateral Cuts

Windmill 2018

Colombia Revolution (7)

Revolution exploit some poor defensive positioning to walk the disc up the open side using three distinct techniques

Flow Offence

Vertical Stack

Colombia Revolution (6)

Revolution yet again utilising continuation & handler movement to attack all areas of the field

Flow Offence

Handler Resets

Colombia Revolution (2)

Revolution switch the field easily, taking maximum advantage of cutter momentum to attack undefended areas of the field

Flow Offence

Handler Resets

Horizontal Stack

Lateral Cuts

Colombia Revolution (1)

Colombia's Revolution show off their flowing offence, making use of their cutters

Flow Offence

Lateral Cuts

Side Stack

Russia vs USA, WCBU 2017 (14)

The fourteenth goal of the WCBU 2017 Womens Final

Flow Offence

Set Plays

WCBU 2017

Russia vs USA, WCBU 2017 (13)

The thirteenth goal of the WCBU 2017 Womens Final

Flow Offence

Power Position

WCBU 2017

Russia vs USA, WCBU 2017 (10)

The tenth goal of the WCBU 2017 Womens Final

Flow Offence

Lateral Cuts

WCBU 2017

Russia vs USA, WCBU 2017 (7)

The seventh goal of the WCBU 2017 Womens Final

Flow Offence

WCBU 2017

Russia vs USA, WCBU 2017 (1)

The first point of the WCBU 2017 Womens Final

Flow Offence

Handler Resets

WCBU 2017

USA, WUGC Preview

USA show off a range of skills here, beginning with a set play, throwing in some continuation cuts, handler resets, and a short range leading throw to the break side for the score

Flow Offence

Handler Resets

Horizontal Stack

Minnesota Grey Duck, US College Nationals 2016

Watch 2016 College Champions Grey Duck work the disc downfield in horizontal stack; being backed all the way, they have to generate separation to work the unders

Flow Offence

Horizontal Stack

Great Britain, WUGC 2016

GB field the pull and work the disc down the sideline in flow for an easy goal

Flow Offence

Horizontal Stack

WUGC 2016

Canada, WUGC 2016 (5)

Canada set up another deep strike using a peppermill.

Flow Offence

Horizontal Stack

Peppermill

Set Plays

WUGC 2016

Canada, WUGC 2016 (4)

Watch Canada execute a windmill play out of a horizontal stack.

Flow Offence

Horizontal Stack

Set Plays

WUGC 2016

Canada, WUGC 2016 (3)

Watch Canada work the disc down the break side of the field for the goal.

Flow Offence

Horizontal Stack

WUGC 2016

Canada, WUGC 2016 (2)

Canada use a peppermill play to set up an isolated deep strike.

Flow Offence

Horizontal Stack

Peppermill

Set Plays

WUGC 2016

Canada, WUGC 2016 (1)

Watch Team Canada show off a nice deep strike out of horizontal stack, then quickly converting the short huck with an isolated cutter.

Flow Offence

Horizontal Stack

Peppermill

Set Plays

WUGC 2016

Riot, US Nationals 2016 (5)

Watch Riot show off a range of moves to repeatedly recycle the disc under pressure and put themselves into the 2016 final.

Endzone Offence

Flow Offence

Handler Resets

USA Nationals 2016

Riot, US Nationals 2016 (4)

Riot continue to successfully isolate cutters & handlers to ensure that they maintain flow

Flow Offence

USA Nationals 2016

Riot, US Nationals 2016 (3)

Not all points are plain-sailing. Here, Riot initiate movement by clearing a poached handler, then pick apart the poachy defence of Fury before setting up an isolation for the goal

Flow Offence

USA Nationals 2016

Fury, US Nationals 2016 (4)

I love this little move to isolate a defender; it's really tough to stop without opening yourself up to another area of attack. This particular example is really well executed because the initial throw leads to the cutter facing downfield, making the continuation pass even easier.

Flow Offence

USA Nationals 2016

Fury, US Nationals 2016

Here we see Fury's D line using handler resets to initiate flow downfield, making good use of space to isolate cutters with a variety of moves

Flow Offence

Handler Resets

Horizontal Stack

USA Nationals 2016

Johnny Bravo, Pro-Elite Challenge 2016

Johnny Bravo show how you can deal with defenders who anticipate the play a little too early

Flow Offence

Madison Club, US Open 2016 (2)

Madison use the full field space available in this clip, flowing all the way from endzone to endzone via both sidelines

Flow Offence

Revolver, US Open 2015 (2)

Revolver show they can work the disc against both hard man-to-man defence and poaches with some nice flow and an easy goal

Flow Offence

Side Stack

Ironside, US Open 2015

Here we see Ironside working the disc intelligently against a Revolver team who is trying to prevent the deep threat

Flow Offence

Vertical Stack

Brute Squad, US Nationals 2015

Brute Squad show off a range of handler movements in this clip, attacking the break side of the field to start with then moving the disc to the far side of the field, attacking the open side with a give and go

Flow Offence

Lateral Cuts

Vertical Stack

Johnny Bravo, US Open 2015 (2)

Here, Bravo work the disc down the open sideline, throwing long from power position

Flow Offence

Power Position

Vertical Stack

Johnny Bravo, US Open 2015

Here's the Bravo D line in action. They start with a handler-led vertical stack, moving the disc against a poachy Ring defence.

Flow Offence

Vertical Stack

Revolver, US Open 2015

In this clip, we see Revolver start in a horizontal stack on the brick. After breaking the mark, they move down the break side of the field in a side stack, scoring in flow utilising a series of isolated cutters. Note that the transition to side stack is a natural process caused by offensive players moving away from the disc, therefore ensuring that as the disc moves down one side of the field, the players are stacked up on the other.

Flow Offence

Horizontal Stack

Lateral Cuts

Side Stack