VicFlick is Ultimate Victoria’s new Youth Ultimate Program. Participants will learn a fun, dynamic, inclusive and fast growing sport that offers a wealth of competition opportunities while making new friends. It is also a great way to develop leadership and teamwork skills that will benefit young people both on and off the field.
VicFlick covers all levels of Victorian youth ultimate, including:
- VicFlick Youth Ultimate Sessions – now run in 2 locations in Melbourne (see below)
- High school Gala Days
- Primary School Gala Days
- Ultimate Victoria High School State Championships
- U18 Victorian Representative teams (competing at Australian Youth Ultimate Championships annually)
If you are interested in getting involved in the program as a player, coach or administrator, please contact our Development Officer.
VicFlick Youth Ultimate Sessions
Weekly sessions held in line with the school term at the venues listed below. Participants can register on the day or by requesting to register via the contacts below. A copy of the registration form can also be found here.
Term 4 2018
Where: Albert Park Synthetic Fields, 1/2 Hockey Dr, St Kilda VIC
When: Sundays, 2.00pm – 3.00pm
(beginning Sunday 7th October)
Who: Players aged between 8-18 years old
Bring: Water bottle, light and dark top, cleats/football boots (not mandatory but encouraged, no metal studs allowed)
Name: Kelli Browne
Phone: 0418 356 189
Coordinated by Chilly & Bauhaus Ultimate
Supported by Marshall White Real Estate, Cox Auto: Mechanic & Car Service, Commonwealth Bank – Albert Park, and Emma & Tom’s
Term 4 2018
Where: Back Oval @ 35-39 Tortice Drive, Ringwood North (formally Parkwood Secondary School)
Who: Players aged between 10-18 years old
2 sessions run concurrently for 10-13 & 14-18 years old
Cost: Registration fees subsidised by Ultimate Victoria
Social game at 3.15pm – perfect for parents and anyone new to Ultimate! Older VicFlick players welcome to join.
Bring: water bottle
Name: Jacqui Allen
Phone: 0403 490 459
Coordinated by Eastern Ultimate
Supported by Maroondah City Council