Ultimate is a great sport for kids to learn because it's fun, engaging and inexpensive, and we're excited to offer this program for 9-13 year olds!
Our U14 program is created and delivered in a way that teaches kids the foundational skills for ultimate with the main goal of having fun. We run basic drills, activities and games that are fun and functional, and kids will learn from experienced and welcoming coaches.
This co-ed program is not a team based activity. We create groups based upon the participant's skill level. They will all get a chance to play with each other throughout the program, as we work through the various skills and games.
- Format: Co-ed Skills Development Program
- Duration: 7 weeks. See dates below.
- Times: Saturday mornings: 10 am to 12 pm.
- Location: Kingcrest Park
- Age: 9-13 years old
Learn new techniques and strategies from expert instructors, and then practice them in a game!
Cleats or runners can be used on grass fields, but we recommend cleats.
Everyone must bring a dark AND white t-shirt. If you don't have one, or would like to get a VUL reversible t-shirt, then please choose that option during the registration process. Check here for a sizing guide.
Important Dates for 2019
|August 12||Online Registration Opens|
|September 7||Program Begins (In-person payment at the field)|
|September 23||Online Registration Closes|
|October 12||No Program due to Thanksgiving|
|October 26||Program Finishes|
|Single with VUL reversible jersey||$55.00|
How to register
All players should be in elementary school, from age 9 to 13 (grades 4 to 7). However, we will consider younger kids joining on a case-by-case basis.
Complete these steps to register:
- All registration is done online, and payment can be done online with a major credit card, or you can give us a cheque/cash the first time you attend the program.
- Before the first game, all players must create an account on this website, and agree to the Statement of Consent. Parents can complete the registration process, but they must register the child as the participant, not themselves. Unique emails are required for each player, as their parent/guardian will also be asked for their unique email during step 3.
- On an annual basis, all players must provide Parental Consent. This is now done online. When a player registers, they are asked for their parent or guardian's contact information. Emails are then sent to the player and parent/guardian with instructions on how to provide consent.