Youth Summer Camp - Meet your coordinators!

Youth Summer Camp 2021 - Meet your coordinators

Our summer youth camps are a great way to get kids involved with ultimate! The focus is on having fun, connecting with the community and social experiences. 

We offer multiple week long programs for beginner to intermediate players throughout the summer. Our experienced coaches teach by using a variety of fun games, activities and drills. 

Summer is quickly approaching, more program and registration information can be found on our Summer Day Camps page. 

2021 Summer Youth Options

This year we are excited to start our youth programs at the end of May! Our coaches have worked hard to develop programs that have adapted skill-based drills and activities. With the safety of participants as our top priority, our youth programs continue to focus on the fun that is ultimate and the community that it brings together!  

Check out our four summer programs for ages 8 through 18: 

Spring Break Camps for Kids

Registration is open for our spring break day camps! 

Your child can spend time outdoors this March while learning new skills in a half-day camp that emphasizes fun and spirit. Our instructors are enthusiastic, encouraging, and have a variety of disc-based games and activities that have been adapted to COVID restrictions for a safe and supportive experience.

Youth Clubs adapt due to COVID-19

Our youth club programs have always strived to provide players with a competitive place to play ultimate in an environmentMisfit Summer 2020 practice that emphasizes respect, fair play, dedication and teamwork.

A typical season usually involves tryouts attended by hundreds of young players, multiple teams of varying competitive levels, fun and spirited local tournaments, competition at Provincial and National Championships, and the opportunity to meet new friends while growing as players.

Due to COVID-19, the clubs’ coordinating teams have had to adapt. Misfit and Reign’s 2020 season started in July and is running through early September. Interested players applied online, and the coordinators and coaches created practices composed of drills, strength and endurance training, and athletic performance discussions that adhered to provincial Return to Sport policies.

“This is a challenging time for youth and sports in general, with school events athletic and non-athletic cancelled,” said Alex Lam, Misfit’s lead coordinator. “We're glad to be able to get players training in a competitive environment with safety at the forefront of our mind. While it won't be the same as the typical summer season, we're hoping that players are still able to learn and challenge themselves while looking forward to future events and playing opportunities.”Misfit Winter Program

The VUL runs three youth club programs:

For more about each of these programs, visit our Youth Club Teams page.


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