New to EUPA or Ultimate?
The Edmonton Ultimate Players Association (EUPA) offers a wide variety of opportunities for new and experienced players to play Ultimate in the Edmonton (Alberta, Canada) area.
Check out the brief summary below of what we have to offer. If you see something you want to know more about click on each link to go to more details. Want to register for any of our leagues or tournaments? Sign up for an account and purchase a membership to register for as much ultimate as you would like.
We run leagues year round that welcome both beginner and veteran players.
Summer Co-ed League: Sign up to play co-ed Ultimate in a team-based, recreational environment! Our Tuesday and Thursday evening leagues cater to all skill levels from beginners to veteran players. Our Wednesday evening league starts later in the summer, and caters to those players at a beginner to intermediate skill level. The only way you can't have a good time, is if you don't sign up!
Spring Youth League: 8 weeks of co-ed Ultimate for Edmonton youth aged 12 to 18. Each week, with the help of trained coaches, players will learn new skills and practice them in game play. Players of all levels of experience are welcome!
Women's Competitive League: We are excited to this year offer a NEW 4-on-4 women's competitive league in May. The format ensures a fast paced game and that everyone on the field makes an impact on the play. If you've been playing for a while (or have previously played in LOEU) and are looking to kick-off your spring with some skilled Ultimate, this league might be for you!
League of Extraordinary Ultimate: If you want to run hard, layout for a crazy hammer throw, or make that huge ‘D’, this is your league. This 4-on-4 men's league is for players that possess that driving competitive spirit and want to step up their game. The format ensures a fast paced game and that every person on the field is involved in the play.
Indoor League: From November to April we offering multiple Ultimate hat-leagues for all levels of experience. Some nights will be c0-ed, while others will be Men's and Women's, check out the league page for details on all of our options.
Fall League: Every September, we just don't feel ready to head inside yet. To keep the "summer" going a bit a longer we offer several smaller hat-leagues from September to mid-October on artificial turf fields under the lights. Some nights will be co-ed, some Men's and Women's, and some for youth. Whether you are brand new to the sport or a veteran player, we've got something for you!
EUPA hosts tournaments throughout the year that welcome all skill levels.
Stubble Jumpers: For this July tournament you can register as an individual or with a buddy and will be put on a co-ed team with players of varying experience. Play games on both Saturday and Sunday with a dinner and lively party on Saturday night.
Cups Tournament: Held on the Friday before Stubble Jumpers, this social event allows you to compete with a partner in the game of Cups while getting to know both Edmonton and out town players.
Pre-Fall Brawl: Held on the Labor Day long weekend this team registration tournament welcomes teams from both Edmonton and out of town. Play games on both Saturday and Sunday with a dinner and roaring party on Saturday night.
Partnership Tournaments: In addition to the above annual tournaments, EUPA works in partnership with local teams and organizations to bring you these unique playing opportunities - Winter City Warm-up, Countdown, Carbon Clause & Prairie Summit Series.
Learning and Player Development Opportunities
Clinics: EUPA offers a variety of clinics to help players learn about the sport of ultimate and develop their skills. These include Beginner, Intermediate, Women’s, Juniors, Coaching, and more.
Community Coaching Program: If you’re starting a Summer League team or just want to focus on some strategy or skills, take advantage of our Community Coaching program. EUPA will help to provide an experienced player to come out to one of your games and help with what you’re looking for.
Looking for something more competitive check out the Edmonton Touring Teams.