Youth Ultimate Frisbee

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  1. Parks & Recreation


    Parks & Recreation Building
    1455 S. Happy Hollow Road
    Fayetteville, AR 72701

    Phone: 479.444.3471
    Fax: 479.521.7714

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Spring 2017 Youth Ultimate Frisbee League Information

Spring 2017 Events Date Location
Registration April 21-May 28 Online and In Parks Office
Late Registration May 29-June 4 Online and In Parks Office
Public Play Day and Demo Day 5:30-8 p.m. May 15 Kessler Mountain Regional Park
Public Play Day 10:30-1:30 p.m. June 3 Kessler Mountain Regional Park
Coaches and Volunteers Meeting 6 p.m. June 6 Parks and Recreation Office
Practice Begins June 26
Kessler Mountain Regional Park
Games Begin
July 17 Kessler Mountain Regional Park
Picture Day TBA Kessler Mountain Regional Park
Post-Season Jamboree Tournament August 7 (All Leagues) Kessler Mountain Regional Park
Post-Season Celebration 1 p.m. August 12 Wilson Park Pool

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Public Play Days

Never played Ultimate? Play every day and want to meet new folks? Just looking to have some fun in Fayetteville? Don't miss the two ultimate frisbee public play days scheduled this spring! 

The first play day is 5:30-8 p.m. May 15, and the second play day is 10:30-1:30 p.m. June 3. Both play days are at Kessler Mountain Regional Park. The first play day includes the opportunity to watch the Fayetteville Disc Association "ADA League," which is FDA's adult competitive league. 
The two public play days are opportunities for families and interested residents to learn about and practice ultimate frisbee techniques in quick, pick-up style matches beginning every 10 to 15 minutes depending on participation throughout the day.
Frisbees, cold water, sunscreen/bug spray, and shade tents are provided, and attendees that would like to play should dress in athletic wear including tennis shoes. We look forward to seeing you there!
  1. Overview
  2. Registration & Fees
  3. Age Groups
  4. Schedules
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The Youth Ultimate Frisbee program serves a recreation opportunity for all youth to be active in a positive and safe environment. Regardless of skill level in frisbee or general athletic ability, all participants will have fun learning about ultimate for the first time or polishing up on their ultimate skills.

Picture a combination of soccer and football: ultimate frisbee. Our program games will put two teams, seven players each (7v7), against each other on a field roughly half the size of a full soccer field (depending on the age group). 

Teams move the frisbee by passing it to each other, and a point is scored when a team successfully passes the frisbee into their opponents' end zone. Players cannot run when passing the frisbee, and cannot take more steps than necessary to slow down when receiving a pass. Players have 10 seconds to pass the disc. (The closest defender will count off the 10 seconds. This is called a stall count.) In keeping with rich ultimate tradition, spirit games will follow all league matches to emphasize sportsmanship, a key component of ultimate.

We know what you're thinking... what the heck!? For more information, click this link to check out the program factsheet; click this link for a youtube videoand check out the links under parents' and coaches' resources.

For additional information and to answer any questions, please reach out to recreation program manager Joe Kieklak (479-444-3474,

We can't wait to see you on the field!

Facility Information

Kessler Mountain Regional Park Field Map

All youth ultimate frisbee practices and games are at Kessler Mountain Regional Park, located at 2600 W. Judge Cummings Rd.