Interschool Competitions

If your school sports district is interested in including Ultimate Frisbee as a weekly sport, or running Ultimate Frisbee during your Inter-School sports days, please get in touch with Ultimate Victoria. We could support your regional sports days by running some introductory skills, creating a draw and also helping convene the day.

The highlight of the calendar is the Ultimate Victoria High School State Championships (UVHSSC), held annually by Ultimate Victoria. There are two High School State Championships during the year:

  • Year 10-12 High School State Championships in Semester 1
  • Year 7-9 High School State Championships in Semester 2

More information below with registration details.

If you have any further questions regarding the UVHSSC and also about introducing Ultimate within your school sports district, contact Jack:

2018 UV High School State Championships Years 10-12

Location: Royal Park, Parkville (Ryder, MacAlister, and Ransford Oval)
Date: Wednesday 9th May
Time: 9.00am – 3.00pm
Format: 5-a-side. Pool play + finals
Divisions:  Girls Year 10-12 (combined), Boys Year 10-12 (combined)
Team Size: 10-12 players
Cost:  Per team ($100 per Boys team, $80 per Girls team)

Read more here and register your team via this online form


2018 UV High School State Championships Year 7-9

Location: Royal Park, Parkville (Ryder, MacAlister and Ransford Oval)
Date: Wednesday 21st November
Time: 9.00am – 3.00pm
Format: 5-a-side. Pool play + finals
Divisions:  Girls Year 7-9 (combined), Boys Year 7-9 (combined)
Team Size: 10-12 players
Cost:  Per team ($100 per Boys team, $80 per Girls team)

Read more here and register your team(s) via this online form 


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Free Resources

We are in the process of developing a number of free resources for schools in Victoria. Once these are complete they will be uploaded here.

In the meantime, our friends in Western Australia have some helpful tools:

Throwing Tips

Lesson Plans

Rule Modifications


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Why play Ultimate?

Here’s 5 good reasons!

  1. Non-contact – as a non-contact sport it is a great, safe sport for students of all ages, sizes and abilities.
  2. Self-refereed – the self-refereeing aspect of Ultimate encourages a mature response to competitive situations.
  3. Skill Acquisition – the task of throwing a frisbee accurately and catching it successfully is great for the development of hand-eye co-ordination.
  4. Fun – we regularly find that students who wouldn’t usually get involved in PE really take an interest in Ultimate.
  5. Co-ed – Ultimate is most commonly played with both men and women. Most leagues in Australia are Mixed!

Ultimate is a unique sport that fosters many traditional fundamental motor skills, as well as requiring new frisbee specific skills. The game itself develops many fundamental motor skills such as running, leaping and the vertical jump. Ultimate also develops hand-eye co-ordination and catching skills as well as the unique forehand, backhand and overhead throwing skills needed to propel the disc. These new skills are easy and fun to learn and many of the movements can be adapted from other sports.

Spirit of the Game

Ultimate also provides a unique approach to officiating, allowing the players themselves to resolve disputes. The Spirit of the Game (SOTG) is the governing rule of the sport that trusts players to play within the rules in an honest and friendly-yet-competitive environment. SOTG allows players many opportunities for leadership as well as situations for players to practice conflict resolution that can easily be transferred to other areas of life. SOTG is best defined as: Play hard; play fair.

In a time when sedentary children are often considered the norm, Ultimate can inspire participants to continue playing this and other alternative sports. The fast-paced game of Ultimate is a fantastic cardio workout with many new skills to master. This ensures the game is always entertaining. Simply playing throw and catch has many health benefits as you chase and jump attempting to make a catch.

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