We have started the UWL to create a venue for paintball teams to compete in the woods. The league is designed for scenario teams, old school 10 man teams, and anyone who wants to play paintball the way it was meant to be played. We at the UWL would like you to take a look at what we have planned for the 2013 season. Check out our site and feel free to give us any feedback or suggestions that will help make the UWL fun and competitive for everyone.
As you look around the site you’ll find out why our unique format takes the best parts of tournament play and brings them to a woods/scenario environment. Never before has there been a way to track and rank your skills and abilities against players from all over the world. The UWL changes all that – bringing competitive paintball back to the format and location it’s always belonged!
Planet Eclipse ETV presents The UWL Woodsball League Featuring Team
Check out the latest 2011 interviews with Tom Cole by visiting the Blast Radius Woodsball Podcast Website. Listen to The Podcasts Now by Clicking The Links Below.
Early 2011 Interview With Tom Cole: Click HERE
June 2011 Interview About The UWL: Click HERE
D-Day Interview With Tom Cole: Click HERE
Also be sure to visit our You Tube Channel for the latest action packed videos!
“The UWL is by far the best run Woodsball Tournament out there! From the knowledgeable Ref’s out on the field to the support staff at the registration booth, this is a League you want to be a part of! It is quick, accurate, friendly, competitive and priced right!” - T DEVIL Co-Captain, Psycho Clown Posse
“The UWL has brought competitive paintball back to its roots, and I can tell you that the game has never been so much fun!” – Dan Saunders , Team Desert Edge
“Having started in the woods and moved into tournaments, I never knew going back to my roots would be so much fun! I can’t wait for 2010.” – Dave Bains, Dynasty and Russian Legion
“Words cannot describe how cool the UWL is. We love the mix of intense woodsball action and tactical style of play. Everything else just feels like open-play.” – Frank Shalabi, Chicago Underground