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Posted on March 25, 2015

Men's Competitive League Registration is now open.  As it the past, this league is geared towards experienced men looking to play a higher level of ultimate.  Registration ends April 14.  Games start on April 21.  The league will last 6 weeks and all games will be at LaVillita Park at 2800 S Sacramento starting at 7:30 pm.  Registration is $45.  

Register here.

Posted on March 25, 2015

Registration is now open for one of the most fun Ultimate tournaments of the summer. That’s right, it’s time to sign up for Camp Wanna-Huck-It! Camp Wanna-Huck-It is a hat ultimate tournament for players ages 21 and up. It’s also a fantastic social event with goaltimate, disc golf, fricket, bonfires, parties and all around great times in a beautiful summer camp setting just and hour from Chicago.

 

Posted on March 20, 2015

The UC Board is looking for someone to be the 2015 Summer League Administrator. This exciting position is responsible for overseeing all facets of Summer League, from registration to survey. The League Administrator receives a stipend for his or her hard work. A job description is available in the volunteering section, or by clicking here.

Anyone interested should submit the requested information by April 3, 2015. Please send responses to board@ultimatechicago.org

Posted on March 5, 2015

Mark your calendars for the UC Town Hall Meeting!  This year's meeting will be held on March 21st at 4 pm in the back room of the Globe Pub, 1934 E Irving Park Road.  All attendees will receive a 15% discount on any beverages.  Board members will update the community on the current state of UC and answer any questions.  We'd love to hear your ideas, suggestions, and gripes as well so that we can continue to improve our offerings and make sure we are providing a great experience for all ultimate players in the Chicago area.

Posted on February 23, 2015
  • Monday's March 2nd-23rd. Chicago Indoor Sports 6:45-10:30
  • You play a strictly timed game as opposed to playing to a point total. No point caps, or win by two, etc. you stop playing when the buzzer sounds (or once discs already in the air, before the buzzer goes off, are caught), the point does not necessarily end with a goal. 
  • There are two timed halves.
  • Substitute on the fly.
  • No pulls other than to start the game and to start the second half. When a player scores they drop the disc. The other team picks up the disc and checks it in on the front goal line. 
  • A smaller field and fewer players (5 on 5)
  • Shorter stall counts to keep things moving (7)
  • Walls are in bounds so you can ricochet throws off of them
  • Scores are caught in the goalie box (not the actual net, but the lined box in front of the goal) which means you can score from three sides of the endzone!
  • Two 30 sec time outs per team per half. The team with the disc can call a regular time out which allows no subbing or a "subbing time out". If they choose to sub on a time out it needs to be announced as soon as the disc is dropped, which will allow the other team to substitute as well. Any number of people on either team can sub during a "subbing time out" but gender ratio should not change. If the team calling a timeout does not sub the opposing team can not sub. 
  • No time outs in the last 2:00 minutes of either half. 
  • 2 POINT PLAY - Cross Gender Endzone to Endzone score. 

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