League play is the place to hone your skills in a team environment, meet new people, and get some exercise to boot. There are leagues in all seasons for all levels of players
Tournament are a great way to play against tougher competition. Successful tournament play requires endurance, skill, savvy and plain-old fashioned hard work. On the other hand, tournaments are a lot of fun and present a welcome change from the regular crowd at pickup or league. For list of regularly scheduled tournaments, please visit the Local Tournaments page.
Many elementary, middle, and high schools in the Puget Sound region have club or varsity teams. Youth ultimate is a great way to prepare for college play; most universities in the US have intramural, club, or traveling ultimate teams.
One of the things that makes ultimate a special sport is its emphasis on inclusion! We have opportunities for women to play in every season - offerings include leagues and tournaments, and can include single gender or mixed teams. Visit the Women's Ultimate page for more information.
Pickup is open, drop-in play. Bring yourself, your cleats, and a light and dark shirt. Pickup games span a very wide range of skills and are usually welcoming of newcomers. If you're looking to find out what the game is all about, pickup is where most players start.
Learn about Ultimate
Spirit of the Game - a guiding principle of the sport of ultimate
Rules - official rules and resources
About Ultimate - facts about the sport
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