Ultimate Frisbee Leagues
If you are looking for a new sport to play and interested in meeting new people while having fun, then CMSA Ultimate is the league for you. Ultimate is a relatively easy game to learn, there are 10 simple rules that are the best way to get familiar with the basics. The rules are currently unavailable on our Facebook page but reach out to us via email and we can share them with you. The most important rule to be noted is the Spirit of the Game. Ultimate stresses sportsmanship and fair play. Competitive play is encouraged, but never at the expense of respect between players, adherence to the rules, and the basic joy of play.
CMSA Ultimate is a Co-Ed Ultimate League offered by Chicago Metropolitan Sports Association (CMSA), the largest not-for-profit LGBTQ sports organization in the Midwest. The season runs from June through the middle of August, with one week of playoffs included (dates vary from year to year.) Games are played on Wednesday nights from 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM at Cricket Hill near Montrose Beach. Weekly social events are held after game play on Wednesday nights at varying locations that are always based on league sponsorship.
CMSA Ultimate prides itself on being a competitive league that also fosters a strong sense of community for players creating a social network that extends beyond the field. Players of all walks of life are welcome, we just request good vibes and good attitudes. Any questions or suggestions about the league should be e-mailed to: email@example.com
Ultimate Frisbee Seasons
|League||Season Name||Registration Period||League Dates|
|Open||Summer||TBD - COVID-19 restrictions on competitive play||June - August|
Open Ultimate - 7 vs. 7 outdoor games
Regular Season: 2 games per week, 10 week season. Games are Wednesday nights.
Playoffs: All teams qualify for playoffs. Playoffs are single elimination and take place on one evening. Teams are sorted by regular season standings into a "winners" bracket and "consolation" bracket.
All equipment is provided, including discs, field lines, cones, clipboard, and timers. Cleats are recommended. Games are self-officiated by the teams.