Adult Leagues – Winter

Winter Team League

January through March, Saturdays

This coed team league offers a chance for established teams to get together and scrimmage for 8-9 weeks. The league provides an opportunity for teams to keep exercising in winter and to tune-up their games for spring.

Go to Winter Team League home.

Winter Women's League

January through February, Fridays

This is a two month draft league for women 18 and older of all skill levels to play single-gender ultimate in a fun, relaxed atmosphere. The league serves over 250 players each season.

Go to Winter Women’s League home.

Tacoma Indoor Hat League

January through March, Weeknights

Indoor ultimate is exceptionally dynamic with constant action. As soon as a team scores, the other team takes over on offense. Indoor games are played on a large basketball court with small end zones. Court/tennis shoes are recommended. The Tacoma Indoor coed ultimate league is run in partnership with Tacoma Metro Parks District.

Go to Tacoma Winter Indoor Hat League home.

Winter Men's League

February, Wednesdays

This is a three week hat league for men 18 and older of intermediate to advanced skill levels to play single-gender ultimate in a fun, relaxed atmosphere. The league serves over 50 players each season.

Go to Winter Men’s League home.

 

Youth Leagues – Winter

Winter High School Girls Hat League

January through March, Sundays

This league is open to all high school girls as well as 8th grade girls. The league will be coached by some of Seattle’s greatest coaches. Every session will have time for specific skill development through drills and games as well as plenty of playing time. There will also be additional focus on strength, conditioning and movement with Ren Caldwell of RenFittness.

Go to Winter Girls Hat League home.

Winter High School Boys Club League

January through February, Saturdays

Teams for this league will be formed from registrants and will play together the entire season. The league focused on skill and strategy development. Each week will begin with warm-ups/conditioning and a set of drills that address a specific skill set or emphasis. This focus on skill building drills, strategy and conditioning will allow players to prepare for YCC team tryouts in the spring.

Go to Winter Youth Club League home.

 


 

Adult Leagues – Spring

Spring Team League

March through June, Sundays

This is a coed team league that provides a venue for coed teams at all levels to play in a competitive league. The league is divided into pools based on ability, so whether you are one of the best teams in town, or a group of relative newcomers, you can expect close games at your level. At the end of the season, all teams participate in league playoffs with bragging rights for the year at stake.

Go to Spring Team League home.

Vern's Hat League

April through June, Friday evenings

Verns League is a coed teaching league for beginners and intermediate-level players. Experienced players captain teams and pass on their knowledge and love of the game. It's a great way to learn ultimate, improve your skills, and meet new people. The season begins after we spring ahead to daylight savings time (Vernal Equinox) and runs for about 12 weeks including playoffs. Each team has a similar balance of experienced players and beginners.

Go to Verns Hat League home.

 

Youth Leagues – Spring

Elementary School Spring League

March through May, Saturdays

This coed league is open to any elementary school (grades 3-5) in the area. Typically the league is split into skill and age based divisions. This is the one of the first elementary school leagues in the country.

Go to Spring ES League home.

Middle School Spring League

March through May, Saturdays

This coed league is open to any middle school (grades 6-8) in the area. Typically the league is split into skill and age based divisions. This is the longest running and largest middle school league in the country.

Go to Spring MS League home.

High School Spring Coed League

March through May, Saturdays

This league is for coed high school teams. There are several different divisions based on experience. It is open to any high school team in the area regardless of whether they have varsity, school club, or no official status at their school. This is one of the largest high school leagues in the country.

Go to Spring HS Coed League home.

High School Girls League

March through May, weekdays

This league is for girls high school teams in the Seattle area. There are three divisions within the league: the Emerald City League, the Seattle Public School League, and the Puget Sound Leagues. Each division plays a regular season schedule and playoffs. Top teams advance to the DiscNW Championship tournament.

Go to Spring HS Girls League home.

High School Boys' Club League

March through May, weekdays

This league welcomes all boys who were in grades 8-12 during the current academic year.  It open to everyone but is targeted at intermediate to advanced players.

Go to Spring HS Boys Club League home.

 


 

Adult Leagues – Summer

Summer Hat League

June through August, Fridays

Participants in the coed summer hat league represent a wide range of skills and age groups. Many players who start in Verns league or the youth leagues continue to hone their skills in the summer hat league. The league is geared towards beginner and intermediate-level adult players, and is a great way to meet new people.

Go to Summer Hat League home

Summer Corporate Team League

June through August, Wednesdays

The corporate league is for coed teams comprised of employees from a company who want to play other companies. The league has a wide range of skill levels but is primarily for beginners who want to have fun with their work colleagues.

Go to Summer Corp League home.

Summer Team League

June through August, Tuesdays and Thursdays

Summer team league is for new or established teams and has something for every skill level. The league has two divisions and teams are placed in each division based on their experience to ensure close competition.

Go to Summer Team League home.

Summer Men's Hat League

June through July, Mondays

The men's league is a hat league that was started in 2003 to provide more opportunities for men's ultimate in the Seattle area. The league represents a range of skills but is generally geared towards intermediate and advanced players and college players home for the summer.

Go to Summer Men’s Hat League home

Summer Women's Hat League

June through July, Mondays

The first Women's Hat League was started in 2002. The goals of the league were to promote women's ultimate in the Seattle area and provide opportunities to learn the game. The league attempted to serve a wide range of skill levels and was geared towards teaching beginners. The league was discontinued after the 2007 season due to low registration. DiscNW plans to restart the league in 2016.

Go to Summer Women’s Hat League home

Summer Master's League

June through July Mondays

This heague was started in 2005 and now serves more than 150 men and women over the age of 30. The league has a wide range of skill levels and is geared towards teaching old dogs new tricks.

Go to Summer Masters League home

 

Youth Leagues – Summer

Summer Youth Hat League

June through July Mondays

This league serves boys and girls in grades 6-12. This hat league will focus on fun and fundamentals. This is a great opportunity for newer players looking to develop their skills and get more field time.

Go to Summer Youth Hat League home

Summer Youth Performance League

June through July Mondays

This league serves boys and girls in grades 6-12. YCC team players will be required to participate in this league, but registration is not limited to YCC players. USAU membership will be required for ALL league participants. This league is a good option for youth players looking for a club team experience with more experienced players and an emphasis on the development of elite or near-elite level play

Go to Summer Youth Performance League home

 


 

Adult Leagues – Fall

Fall Hat League

September through November, Friday evenings

This coed league is geared towards beginner and intermediate-level players, and is a great way to meet new people. Captains volunteer and are assigned to teams before the league starts.

Go to Fall Coed League home

Fall Team League

September through November, Saturdays

The Fall Team League is for new or established coed teams. Teams are divided into two divisions based on ability so that opponents exhibit a similar level of play. The level of competition in this league is comparable to Spring Team League.

Go to Fall Team League home.

Tacoma Hat League

September through November, weeknights

This South Sound league is a coed hat league played on weeknights under the lights, with one day of playoffs at the end of the season. Games are at Sprinker Recreation Center in Spanaway, about 10 minutes south of Tacoma.

Go to league home

Tacoma Fall Indoor Hat League

September through December, weeknights

Indoor ultimate is exceptionally dynamic, with constant action. This South Sound coed league is run in partnership with Tacoma Metro Parks District. Games will be played at Truman Middle School.

Go to Fall Tacoma Indoor League home

Olympia Hat League

September through November, Mondays

This South Sound league is a coed hat league played on Monday nights under the lights, with playoffs at the end of the season. Games are at the Regional Athletic Complex in Lacey.

Go to league home

 

Youth Leagues – Fall

Fall Public Middle School League

September through October, Saturdays

This coed league is sponsored by, officially sanctioned by, and limited to the Seattle Public Schools. This league is probably the most diverse league in the country.

Go to Fall SPS MS League home.

Fall High School Boys League

September through October

This league is for boys high school teams in the Seattle area. There are three divisions within the league: the Emerald City League, the Seattle Public School League, and the Puget Sound Leagues. Each division plays a regular season schedule and playoffs. Top teams advance to the DiscNW Championship tournament.

Go to Fall HS Boys League home.