Getting Started for Youth

This guide will help youth players and parents identify their ideal program.

We offer U14, U16, and U19 programs (up to age 18). All players of all skill levels and genders are welcome, including LGBTQ2+ and transgender.

1. Discover why youth love Ultimate

Ultimate is a fast-paced non-contact field sport that, at its core, promotes teamwork, sportsmanship, and inclusivity. Young players are active, develop friendships, learn about fair-play, and work on athletic skills that are transferable to other activities. Read more:

2. Stay informed

Subscribe to our Community Newsletter to receive regular email updates about upcoming programs.

3. Choose a program

For an overview of the rules, check out About Ultimate.

Then, dive right in and learn from our spirited and experienced instructors through our skills clinics and camps!

Which program is right for my child?

In general, our U14 (ages 9-13) and U16 (ages 13-15) skills series and day camps are perfect for beginner and intermediate players. Older teens who have played at school or in a club program look to our U19 (ages 15-18) programs to further develop their skills and strategies.

If your child’s skill level doesn’t match their age group, please reach out to us at! We will let players join different age groups on a case-by-case basis.

We offer seasonal programs throughout the year. See what is coming up on our Youth Leagues & Camps page.

4. Register!

When you've chosen a program, visit our Registration page to sign up. Parental Consent is required for anyone under the age of 19!

Still have questions? See our Youth FAQ or email

Competitive Programs

For high school students who strive to tour and compete at the provincial or national level, we have four club programs, all of which emphasize teamwork, respect, hard work and commitment. Programs hold seasonal tryouts, practices, and attend tournaments. 

Our competitive programs:

Is cost a barrier to participation? Visit our Financial Assistance for Youth page for helpful resources.


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