Fall Juniors High School League

“AFDC Fall Juniors League is a great way to meet new Ultimate players in the area. It’s an excellent way to keep your skills up and be ready for the High School season in the spring. Last season, I had a fantastic time and got a lot out of it. I would recommend it to everyone – it’s a lot of fun. See you there!” – Player from Fall 2015

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Update [12/12/2016]: The 2016 Fall league is now over. We had another successful year bringing opportunities to learn and play ultimate to the HS community. Details will be updated in summer 2017 for the the 2017 Fall league (they will likey be similar those from 2016 so I’m leaving them up for reference).

When: Sundays (Sept 11-Nov 6, No play on Oct 2) 1-3 p.m.

Who: Boys and Girls, 9th – 12th Grade

Where: Candler Park (1500 McLendon Ave. NE)

How Much: $70 ($10 discount for players with current 2016 USAU membership)

Financial Aid Available.
For info contact AFDC Fall HS League Coordinator

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ALWAYS bring a dark shirt, a white shirt, & a water bottle to Fall League. (Neither gray nor beige are white.) Cleats are optional, but most players wear them.  Always clean up after yourselves.

FAQs:

I already play soccer/water-polo/volleyball & can’t make most
days; should I not register?
Go ahead & sign-up. You do NOT have to make every single day.

My school doesn’t have enough players for a team. Can I still
play?
  Yes, you register as anmarie individual for this league, and we’ll assign you to a team each week.

My child has never played before, will this league be too
advanced?
Kids with all levels of experience will participate. There will be some break-out opportunities for new players to learn, but you should familiarize yourself with Ultimate’s rules & practice some throws & catches before league play commences.

More questions?? Contact AFDC Fall HS League Coordinator

Images courtesy Rob Brownell, Terry Nelson, & Christina Schmidt

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Photo by Christina Schmidt

Photo by Christina Schmidt

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