Indoor Leagues

2020-2021 Indoor Leagues

Edmonton winters are cold but you can stay warm and active by playing Ultimate with EUPA! EUPA is offering multiple Ultimate leagues that are played indoors on artificial turf. There are several league options to participate in during the long winter. We hope to see you on the fields!

It might look slightly different than usual with COVID-19, but we're still playing Ultimate this winter! To adapt to the changing provincial guidelines and situation in Edmonton, we will be announcing program details the month before they are able to run (e.g. we would announce details in January for leagues starting in February). 

Details on our programs this winter:

If you have any questions about our leagues, please email

Recreational Leagues

Session 1 (October 27 to December 17)

  • What: Register for two nights of play or just one in our Session 1 recreational cohort league! Both options are part of the same cohort.
  • When: October 27 to December 17 (8 weeks)
  • Time: Tuesdays and/or Thursdays nights (times vary)
    • Tuesdays:
      • 8pm-9:30pm October 27 to December 8
      • 9-10:30pm December 15
    • Thursdays:
      • 8pm-9:30pm October 29 and December 3
      • 8:30pm-10pm December 10-17
      • 9pm-10:30pm November 5-26
  • Where: Commonwealth Recreation Centre Fieldhouse (11000 Stadium Rd NW)
  • Format:
    • Hat registration: register as an individual or with up to three buddies for a group of up to 4 (maximum 2 of the same gender per group).
    • Pulls and subs between points. Games will follow the USAU 11th Edition Rules.
    • Precise format (6v6, 5v5, or 4v4) and gender maximums will be established based the on number of league registrants.
      • Tuesdays will feature rotating games between smaller teams for league standings.
      • Thursdays will feature larger half-field games with mixed teams.
    • Teams will be shuffled periodically through the session.
    • This league will follow our EUPA COVID-19 Guidelines for Play. Please make sure to give these a read, as they have been updated for our indoor offerings.
  • Cost:
    • Two night registration: $160
    • One night registration: $95
    • An $8 2021 EUPA membership is required to play in this league. Membership is nonrefundable.
    • A 2020 EUPA disc can be added to registration at a discounted price.
    • Full refunds will be provided if leagues cannot start. Refunds will not be issued for cancellations or withdrawals after the cohort leagues start. Cohort leagues may be cancelled with limited notice.
  • Registration:
    • Registration for Session 1 will open Friday October 9 and close Friday October 23 or when all spots are full.
    • Registration is now closed


To adapt to changing provincial guidelines and local health situations, league details will be announced in the month before they start. Leagues will not run if we are not able to run indoor group sports programming as per provincial guidelines.

The following dates and times are earmarked for programming if we are able to run Ultimate:

  • January - programs cancelled
  • February
    • Tues Feb 2 19:00-20:30
    • Thurs Feb 4 21:00-22:00
    • Tues Feb 9 19:00-20:30
    • Thurs Feb 11 21:30-23:00
    • Tues Feb 16 19:00-20:30
    • Thurs Feb 18 21:00-22:00
    • Tues Feb 23 19:00-20:30
    • Thurs Feb 25 21:00-22:30
  • March
    • Tues Mar 2 19:00-20:30
    • Thurs Mar 4 21:00-22:30
    • Tues Mar 9 19:00-20:30
    • Thurs Mar 11 20:00-21:30
    • Sun Mar 14 18:00-19:30
    • Sun Mar 21 18:00-19:30
    • Wed Mar 24 19:30-21:00
    • Sun Mar 28 19:30-21:00
    • Wed Mar 31 19:30-21:00
  • April
    • Sun Apr 4 18:30-20:00
    • Wed Apr 7 19:30-21:00
    • Sun Apr 11 18:30-20:00
    • Wed Apr 14 19:30-21:00
    • Sun Apr 18 19:00-20:30
    • Wed Apr 21 19:30-21:00
    • Wed Apr 28 19:30-21:00


Partner Leagues (Competitive, Nov 30 to Mar 29)

AFC Premier League (4v4)

  • When: Mondays, November 9 to March 29 (19 weeks)
  • Time: 7:00-9:00pm
    • No games December 21 or 28
  • Where: Foote Field Dome (11601 68 Avenue)
  • What:
    • Open competitive draft league run by Alberta Flatball Club in which players' stats are tracked, they earn a fantasy salary, and can get traded to another team at any time over the season.
    • Games will follow the 11th Edition Rules with a few modifications:
      • 4v4
      • Continuous play (no pulls between points)
      • Subs on-the-fly
      • Reduced field size (roughly 20 yards x 30 yards)
      • Reduced stall count
      • Other rules regarding fantasy salary caps and trades to be announced later
    • Each team plays 2 25-minute games per night + 1 bye round (during which they take stats for other teams)
  • Cost: $238+GST/player
    • AFC is currently working on securing field space for an additional Training Night for the Premier League cohort. If this field space is secured, the cost may go up. Stay tuned!
    • A valid 2021 EUPA membership ($8) is required to register for this league
  • Registration:
    • Apply to play here.
    • This league is targeted towards competitive players.
    • To ensure that players who are not selected to join Premier League can still sign up for other EUPA cohorts, Premier League applications will close on October 2nd. Teams will be drafted from applicants, and the roster will be announced on or before October 9th. Selected players will then be contacted to register.
    • There will be no Scout Night this year.
    • Draft Night will be held virtually, exact date TBD.
    • Registration is limited to up to 50 players.
      • 50 players will be selected by league GMs and drafted to 5 teams.
      • Due to Alberta Cohort maximums, there will be no sub list this year.
    • Selected players will be sent a payment link directly.

Capital Women's League Session 1

  • What: A space dedicated to women looking for development in competitive ultimate run by Flurry (women’s competitive team).
  • When: Monday nights November 9 to December 14, 2020
  • Time: 7:00 - 9:00 pm
  • Where: Foote Field (11601 68 Ave)
  • Format:
    • This year Capital Women’s night will include an hour of focused skills and drills led by the leaders of the women competitive teams followed by an hour of scrimmage time. Exact format (4v4 or 6v6) will be determined based on number of participants.
    • Teams will be shuffled throughout the session to give different playing experiences to all players.
    • This space is open to any woman interested in developing skills for competitive ultimate frisbee in the format of a typical team practice.
    • We will be following all Provincial and EUPA guidelines for sport cohorts including health screens, regular sanitization of discs, and physical distancing when not on the playing field.
  • Cost:
    • $60+GST per player
    • An $8 2021 EUPA membership is required to play in this league. Membership is nonrefundable.
  • Registration:

YEG Ultimate Cohort

  • What:
    • Mixed competitive cohort run by leadership from Fallout (Juniors), Throwback (Women's Masters), and Rogue Hippo (Mixed) that provides a blend of scrimmaging, mini-league play, and skill and strategy development.
    • Exact content of sessions will be adapted to meet the needs of the cohort on an ongoing basis.
  • When: Thursdays October 29 to December 17 (8 weeks)
  • Time:
    • 8pm-9:30pm October 29 and December 3
    • 8:30pm-10pm December 10-17
    • 9pm-10:30pm November 5-26
  • Where: Commonwealth Recreation Centre Field House (11000 Stadium Road NW)
  • Cost: $95+GST/player
  • Registration:
    • Registration is limited to 50 players.
    • Email YEG Ultimate Cohort if you are interested in playing.

EUPA COVID-19 Guidelines for Play

All EUPA Cohort Leagues will be run under these guidelines. Please note that with the move indoors and changes in provincial guidelines, some of these guidelines have changed from our summer and fall cohort leagues (changes from previous outdoor iterations in bold).

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  • All leagues are being run in a cohort structure as per the Provincial Guidelines for Organized Sports.
  • EUPA does not permit participation in our cohort leagues simultaneous to participation in other sports cohorts (where masks and physical distancing are not used while playing).
  • If a player cannot attend, subs in their place will not be allowed.
  • Within their cohort, physical distancing & masks will not be used while actively playing. While not playing (e.g. when on the sideline, putting on cleats, etc.), physical distancing of 2m should be observed. Keeping to your cohorts does not negate the need to practice good sanitation and hygiene (see guidelines below).
  • Any spectators or family members who are not part of the cohort MUST practice physical distancing if they come to a league event.
  • A 14 day break without participation in any sport cohort and without COVID-19 symptoms is strongly recommended before switching cohorts.
  • Participating in a cohort league increases your risk of exposure to COVID-19. The cohort league structure merely limits the potential for spread in case of exposure. If you or people in your cohort family are part of particularly vulnerable groups (e.g. are seniors, have respiratory illness, or are immunocompromised), we discourage participation in our cohort leagues.
  • Participants must wear a mask when entering and exiting the venue, as well as when leaving the field area.
    • Once they arrive, players should avoid leaving the field area except in the case of emergency.
  • Players must check in with an ambassador at the check in table upon arrival. Hands and warmup discs must be sanitized at this station.
    • If participants arrive late, they must still check in with an ambassador and sanitize before removing their mask, warming up, or playing.
  • Players must use the venue’s entrances and exits as they are designated.
  • Ambassadors will be assigned to each cohort to oversee compliance with safety guidelines.
    • Ambassadors will bring game discs, scoreboards, and sanitizer.
    • Game discs and scoreboards will be sanitized before being brought, and again upon the conclusion of play.
    • Game discs will be replaced at halftime.
    • Ambassadors or someone they nominate should be the only participants to adjust the scoreboards.
  • All participants must follow our safety guidelines.
    • All players must fill out our symptom screening form and check in before playing or otherwise breaking physical distancing (including warming up with others).
    • If you arrive late, you must check in with the Ambassador at your game and sanitize before playing.
    • Whenever not actively playing on the field, keep physically distant and practice good hygiene.
    • Keep 2m of distance between players on the sidelines and when getting ready.
    • Cover coughs and sneezes (using the inside of your elbow is recommended). If you blow your nose, cough or sneeze into your hand, or use a tissue, you must sanitize your hands.
    • No handshakes or other celebratory contact.
    • No sharing of water, clothing, or other equipment.
    • Come as ready to play as possible: cleats (and gloves) should be the only equipment you need to put on.
  • Players must follow AHS isolation requirements, and remember that failure to do so could have legal ramifications.
    • If you have a cough, fever, shortness of breath, runny nose, sore throat, excessive fatigue, altered sense of taste or smell, or flu-like muscle or joint pain that is not related to a pre-existing illness or health condition, you must isolate and not participate in our programming for 10 days.
      • The mandatory isolation period is 10 days from the start of symptoms, or until symptoms resolve, whichever takes longer.
    • If you have the above symptoms, tested negative for COVID-19, and have:
      • known exposure to COVID-19, you are legally required to isolate for 14 days.
      • no known exposure to the virus, you are not legally required to isolate.
    • If any of the above symptoms develop, even after a negative test, you must self-isolate and not participate in our programming for 10 days or until symptoms resolve fully.
    • You are legally required to isolate for 14 days and monitor for symptoms if you are a close contact of a person who tested positive for COVID-19 (provides care, lives with or has close physical contact without appropriate use of personal protective equipment, or comes into direct contact with infectious body fluids). If you become sick with cough, fever, shortness of breath, runny nose or sore throat during this time, you must isolate for an additional 10 days from the beginning of symptoms or until you are feeling well, whichever takes longer.
    • If you or one of your close contacts test positive for COVID-19, you must follow the directions of the AHS representatives who contact you and immediately notify us by emailing

A failure to follow these guidelines or the instructions of Ambassadors could result in removal from the cohort league.

To play in our cohort leagues, all players must consent to the following documents and statements:

  • COVID-19 Waiver, Attestation, and Release of Liability
  • EUPA Amateur Athletic Waiver
  • I agree that the EUPA Cohort League I am registering for is the only sports cohort I am or will participate in at one time.
  • If I develop a cough, fever, shortness of breath, runny nose, sore throat, excessive fatigue, altered sense of taste or smell, or flu-like muscle or joint pain that is not related to a pre-existing illness or health condition, I agree to stay home and abstain from participation in EUPA’s programming. I will isolate from my sports cohort for 10 days or until I get a negative COVID-19 test result, and will not return until symptoms resolve.
  • If I or one of my close contacts test positive for COVID-19, I will follow the directions of the AHS representatives who contacted me and immediately notify EUPA by emailing