Organizing
a Team

Help Start a Team

1

Find your local or state coordinator.

USA Ultimate volunteers can share resources and insight that can help you get a team started at your child’s school or in your area.

2

Work with your local disc organization.

Your local disc organizations can help with contacts, resources, finding coaches and more!

Find your local organization.

3

Spread the word!

Help recruit for your new team with social media, announcements, flyers, sharing the opportunity at community centers or churches, etc.

Resources

New Start Grant Kit

The perfect kit to get your team going, including 10 discs, 8 half cones, 2 intro skills and drills manuals and more. Interested in ordering a kit? Learn more!

Learn to Play

The Learn to Play Program works with local organizers to run clinics that help introduce ultimate to new groups of youth athletes. Learn to Play is a fun, flexible and low-barrier way for more kids to learn about ultimate!

Organizer Resource Manual

The organizer resource manual includes tons of information that can help you get your team playing and growing.

Find a Tournament

Check out potential playing opportunities for your team.

Resources

Organize

Tons of information for organizers at all levels of the sport.

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Youth

Details about becoming a chaperone and the accompanying responsibilities.

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Learn to Play

Use this manual to learn some introductory ultimate skills and drills.

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Learn to Play

More skills and drills to learn some introductory ultimate skills and drills.

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Learn to Play

Learn some of ultimate’s most essential skills using these how-to cue cards.

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