Fall sports in all DoDEA Europe schools and the participating International Schools may offer the following sports during the fall season: boys and girls cross country; boys and girls golf; boys and girls tennis; girls volleyball; boys volleyball (Mediterranean district schools only), cheer and football. Students and parents interested in finding out more information about the fall sports program in their local school should contact the school administration.
Students compete on a 5 kilometer course at various sites throughout the season. Athletes must meet a qualifying time to participate in the Europeans which will allow them to compete for individual titles. Those schools that have enough qualifying athletes;4 for Division III and 5 for Divisions Divisions I and II will also compete for Divisional team titles.
All DoDEA Europe high schools offering football will participate in regular season competition facing their Division opponents. In Division I the top four teams at the end of the season will advance to the semi-final games with the winners of those games advancing to the championship game. Division II will be divided into two conference with the top 4 in each conference participating in quarter-final matchups, with the winners advancing to the semi-finals and the final two teams remaining participating in the championships. The FINAL FOUR Championships will be held in the Kaiserslautern Military Community following the play-offs.
Participating schools by Division/Conference: **Subject to change.
Division III (9 Man)
Golfers will participate in four regular season meets in an effort to meet a qualifying score making them eligible to participate in the European Championship. The lowest qualifying score will be dropped and then the other three scores will be averaged to arrive at a qualifying score. DoDEA-E uses the Stableford system of scoring for both regular season matches and the championships. Each player will score as follows:
- 1 point for a double bogey
- 4 points for a birdie
- 2 points for a bogey
- 6 points for an eagle or ace
- 3 points for a par
**After a double bogey, players will pick up their ball and continue to the next hole.
Schools are scheduled to compete within their region during the regular season with win/loss records from these matches being used to determine qualifiers for the European Championships. At the end of the season, a panel of coaches will review all results and make recommendations for qualifiers. Criteria used to make these determinations may include win/loss records, previous place at the European Championships, and strength and records of opponents. Athletes will then be placed into pools where they will play a round robin format with the top 2 players in each pool advancing to the semi-final matches. Players may participate in singles and doubles during match play in the regular season, but at the Europeans, players may enter either singles or doubles.
During the regular season, varsity teams play a best of 5 set match against regional opponents and junior varsity teams will play a best of 3 set match. Teams will open the season with a "jamboree" weekend and will then play a six-week regular season schedule followed by the post season championships where teams will compete within their division for team titles.