British University Team Championship
The British University Team Championship (known as BUTC) is an indoor, single day competition, open to students at British universities. It has been held annually since 2003. It comprises a ranking round and a team head-to-head.
Teams must consist of three archers and are restricted to recurve or barebow archers only. Some B teams are allowed, in order to top up the competition up to 32 teams.
Bray I ranking round, i.e. 30 arrows from 18m at a 40cm target face. Team totals are ranked.
Head to Head
Seeded team head-to-head eliminations. Format is last 32 pre-determined draw. There is a third placed play off
|2003-2004||10 zone 40cm face||3 ends of 3 arrows each|
|2005||60mm Beiter hit miss discs||3 ends of 3 arrows each|
|2006||70mm Beiter hit miss discs||3 ends of 3 arrows each|
|2007 to date||60mm Beiter hit miss discs||4 ends of 2 arrows each|
Edinburgh have won the event 5 times (2003, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2010). Warwick are the current defending champions and have won 3 times (2015, 2016 and 2019).
The 2020 Championships were cancelled due to Covid-19 restrictions.
Years in italics indicates won as Hosts