This league is a great opportunity for high-school students to continue playing with their school teammates and friends all Summer long. Bring your friends and your team spirit, prizes for the team with the highest SOTG score!
It's full-field Ultimate, which means that participants will have fun and improve their skills as they play!
Program Information for 2023
- Format: Standard league with a co-ed 7-on-7 format.
- Duration: 8 weeks in June & July. No games June 26
- Age: 14-18 years old.
- Inclusivity: All players are welcome, including LGBTQ2+ and transgender.
- Looking for a team or player:
- Add your info to Matchmaker for this league when registration opens.
Important Dates for 2023
|Online Registration Opens
|Online Registration Closes
|Games Begin and Captains Meeting
|Last Day of Games
Team Fees for 2023
Each team must have a minimum of 12 players and at least one Chaperone. Click here for information on the role and responsibility of the Team Chaperone.
|Team fee (GST Included)
* NOTE: If a team's Chaperone attends all games, this will be refunded at the end of the season.
How to Register
See dates for registration above. Registration requirements include:
- Team registration: If you have organized 12 or more people to play, you can register a team. Note that we recommend a roster of at least 15 players.
- Every team MUST have at least one chaperone at each game. Minimum age is 21 for each chaperone. If you cannot provide your own chaperone for all games, you will not be allowed to play. You can have more than one chaperone per team, and we highly recommend having a few so they can rotate throughout the Summer.
Complete these steps to register:
- All registration is done online. You can pay by credit card or e-transfer Note only the Captain needs to pay fees (players pay their Captain).
- Before the first game, all players must be added to their team's roster by their Captain (see Help tips for instructions).
- On an annual basis, all players must also provide Parental Consent. When creating an account, players are asked for their parent or guardian's contact information. Emails are sent to the player and parent/guardian with instructions on how to provide consent.
- Chaperones MUST complete a Conduct Form, then scan this completed document and send it to the Youth Manager prior to the first game.
- All Chaperones and Team Captains must attend the Captain's Meeting before the first games begin. This will be a quick meeting to discuss the logistics of the league, as well as expectations about conduct and fair play.