Indoor Ultimate is Back Fall 2023
Mixed - 2 girls and 2 guys on floor at all times
Space for 8 teams
Entry Fee - $600.00 per team plus HST - 678.00 total
Free Agents - $75.00 based on free agent team of 9
Team size - 8-11 players suggested
11 Week Season including Playoffs played Sunday evenings
Deposit - $100.00
Entry Fees must be paid before first game no exceptions
Deadline for Entry September 30, 2023
Play begins October 8 and runs for 11 weeks including playoffs
Playoffs December 17
Games played at Chippewa Secondary
All team captains are required to declare their rosters prior to game one. Click on this link to declare or edit your roster.
You may check your roster or the roster of other teams with this link. Changes must be made through the "Declare Your Roster" link.
Our court is a triple gym either at Chippewa Secondary School or West Ferris Secondary School. The end zone is only 6 feet deep. The course is well marked at WFSS with a thick black line. We have mats on the end walls for protection.
Our game begins with a pull by the team losing the flip. The pull is thrown from the team's own end zone. There is a pull after a point just like outdoor.
Indoor Ultimate Frisbee is super fast-paced. The end zone is very small. When a point in scored the player teams switch ends just like outdoor. We also adopt the North Bay rule of two points for a behind the back catch.This happens after every point scored.
The stall count is now 6 seconds, instead of 10 seconds. This takes the most getting used to because it speeds up the game by 40%. In addition, Stall-outs happen much more frequently because this new rule is often forgotten in the heat of the moment. To clarify, a stall-out occurs when the staller says the “S” in “stall Six.” If a stall-out occurs it is still a turnover and the game resumes.
Subbing is now hockey style, yay! Instead of waiting until the end of the point a player can now run off the court at any time. The official rule is that a player subbing out must cross the sideline before his/her teammate crosses the sideline to come into play. But in most non-official games the players cross each other within the court, as long as the subbing player refrains from affecting play. A player can sub out at any time but must not exit anywhere in the end zone. The player coming in should enter in middle third of the field.
A helpful tip to remember is to never sub on defense. In indoor, Man on Man Defense is used 99% of the time so when a player subs on defense, his/her mark is completely open until the new player comes into play, which is bad news. The best time to sub is at the instant there is a turnover resulting your team to be on offense.
In indoor Ultimate, there are 4 players on the court per team. In outdoor there are 7 so this also takes some getting used to. You’ll notice that even with 4 teammates the court will still get pretty crowded. Be sure to keep those lanes open and to only allow 2 people (3 max) to be in the end zone at one time. Otherwise it makes it very challenging to score. Our league is mixed so the ratio is 2:2 unless agreed by the teams to a different combination.
Some gyms have stationary basketball hoops or hanging ropes. Not to mention ceilings and walls. Unfortunately we have to overcome these obstacles and play around them. If the disc touches any of these obstacles it results in a turnover, even if the flight of the disc is not affected. The disc will be taken from the closest in-bounds position (excluding end zones) where the interference happened.
A pick is when a player cuts off another player resulting in a completed pass that could have otherwise been blocked. An indoor court is much more crowded and compact so picks happen very frequently. Because of this the defense calls picks
Please understand that refunds are not possible after certain deadlines. No deposit refunds after September 25. No entry fee refunds after October 2, 2022. All programs require booking of facilities, scheduling of games, and the purchase of equipment. The monies have been spent on your program. Thank you for your careful planning.
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