Competition Dates

The Winter Trampoline Competition is now LIVE to enter. 

The Competition will be held on Sunday 5th November 2023 and the deadline to enter will be Friday 27th October 2023 at 12pm.


Entries will remain open until the closing date, or until the maximum capacity is reached, whichever comes first… so enter quickly to avoid missing out!


The goal of the competition is to be a fun day with a great atmosphere. There are medal presentations and every competitor receives a Certificate of Achievement for taking part. 

On many occasions, a professional photographer can be present to capture the action and parents can take a memento home of their child’s day if they want to!

Competitors who achieve a Gold Medal are required to compete at the next grade up in any future competitions. Exceptions can be made if there is only one competitor in a category.

Competition Program

This is where you can find the latest program for the upcoming Trampoline Competition!

Who Can Enter?

Who: Members aged 6 and over (at the time of the event)

Class Level: As classes are mixed ability, have a chat with your Head Coach if you want to enter to discuss which Level would be best to enter at!


Invitation emails will be sent out to eligible members at least 6 weeks ahead of the event, when it is available on the website to enter!

If a member becomes eligible to enter the competition(meets the above criteria) after the initial announcement, you should speak with their Head Coach to see if it is appropriate to enter and if so, which Level will be best!

How Much Is It?

The Trampoline Competition is made up of Individual and Synchronised categories at various different levels. 

Individual Entry: £18.00 per person

Synchronised Entry (inc. Individual Entry): £25.00

Entry must be received via the Springfit Shop in order for their name to appear on the schedule for the day. 

All competitors will receive a Certificate of achievement and medals are awarded to the top 3 placings in each category.

We welcome spectators to clap and cheer along at the amazing skills on display. These are charged at £2 per adult and £1 per child, which is payable on the day. This helps us fund the event!

Please note: Those wishing to enter the Synchronised category, will also need to prepare an Individual entry too. All payments made are non-refundable and entries cannot be made after the closing date (noted above).

Where Is It?

Our Trampoline Competitions are held at Moor House School in Oxted in their HUGE Sports Hall so we have plenty of space for competitors and lots of spectators to cheer them on!


Moor House School,

Mill Lane,



RH8 9AQ.


The Competition will begin around 1pm and we aim to be all wrapped up by 6pm. Timings can change, depending on the number of competitors that enter so we will always send out more approximate timings in the week before the event, once all entries have been received and added to the program for the day!

What To Wear!

The judges need to be able to see the correct form when assessing the skills being performed, so the clothing worn can be really helpful with this!

Leotards are the best and we have these available through our online store. You can also wear your own!

If you aren’t comfortable in a leotard, we recommend a t-shirt and shorts that aren’t too baggy. Plain colours such as black and white are better as patterns can be distracting when judges are trying to watch lots of skills being performed very quickly! 

Socks are necessary for bouncing.

What Trampolines Are Available?

At Moor House School, the Trampolines available are:

  • 77a (school size) Trampoline with a 2-string bed
  • 77a (school size) Trampoline with a 13mm bed
  • Continental Competition-Size Trampoline with a 6mm bed

Competitors are able to warm up on any of these Trampolines and then perform their routines on whichever they prefer.

Routines & Judging Criteria

Below are ALL of the different routines and the details you would need to know for the Trampoline Competition.

If you are unsure about anything, we recommend speaking with your Head Coach to clear things up!

Entering the Competition:

Individual entry grades range from Level I to Level D (easiest to hardest).

Two routines are performed and the scores are added together to give the final score. The recommended Competition Level to Springfit Grade is noted on the routines above to help guide you. If you are unsure, check with your Head Coach!

Levels I and H are in “set, repeat” formats, where the same compulsory routine is repeated. 

Levels G o D have a choice of either Set 1 or Set 2, followed by a 10-contact voluntary routine that can be created by the performer, in conjunction with their Coach! The Voluntary Routine can be a repeat of the set routine if desired. 

If a different routine is chosen, the tariff (difficulty score) must be equal to the set routine. In Levels G to D, the tariff will be added to the two routine scores. 

A final ‘out bounce’ is allowed at the end of a routine to bring the final landing under control without any deduction to the final score. 

Creating a Voluntary Routine:

For Levels G to D, if you want to create your own routine under the ‘Voluntary Routine’ section, we have a handy guide to help you!

All Voluntary Routines must be submitted in writing, along with the tariff scores, to the judges before the start of the competition. 

For Synchronised Routines, the 10-contact routine is performed with another partner who is also eligible to compete. If there is a difference in the competing level of the two competitors in a Synchro pair, the higher level must be chosen.


Which Grade Should I Compete At?

The quickest and easiest way to work it out? Speak with your Head Coach! They know the members in their classes better than anyone, so will be happy to advise on which Level is most suitable from the routines above and can start helping members to work on their routines as soon as possible!


If you win a Gold medal at your level, and there are more than 3 competitors in the category, you MUST move up to the next level the next time you compete. 

If there are a lot of people entering a category, Springfit may split the category into smaller groups by age. 

Judging Criteria

All routines are 10 moves long and begin when the first skill is completed. 

Competitors are allowed an ‘out-bounce’ at the end of their routine without further deduction, to bring the final landing under control.


Deductions by Judges are as follows:

Faults                                 0.1 to 0.5

Final landing fault              0.1 to 1.0

Extra bounces or moves   0.1 (Level I) 0.2 (Level H) FIG rules (Level G and above)


Learn more about the Judges’ criteria below!