2024 Melbourne Weekend

What’s better than one frisbee event on a summer weekend in the middle of Melbourne? Three events!

The Melbourne Hat is on in December for the 36th year in a row. Running as a one-day event, players register as individuals and are placed in a team for the day. It’s a terrific chance to play with new people and make new friends!

Running parallel is the Melbourne Tournament, a new two-day event for open and women’s teams getting ready for the club season, along with any other teams that want to give it a go. With many Victorian clubs already committed to attend this promises to be a great event!

While we’re on a roll, UV introduces the Melbourne Masters, Victoria’s first dedicated event for masters-aged players (28 and over for women, 30 and over for men). If you’re eligible and have only played league or pickup before, then this is everything you’ve ever wanted in a tournament – shorter games, longer breaks, and no pesky young players getting blocks or goals on you!

All three events running together at the same venue – Albert Park – makes it one of the social sporting events of the year!


Date: Saturday December 14th
Time: 9:30am to 4:30pm
Registration: Sign up and pay individually. Includes lunch and snacks, prizes and other games. Under 18yo players will need to have a parent or guardian present.

Reversible Melbourne Hat singlets will be available for purchase on the day (EFTPOS available), otherwise bring along a white playing top and a colourful second playing top.


Dates: Saturday December 14th and Sunday December 15th
Time: Sat 10am to 5:00pm & Sun 10:00am to 3:30pm
Registration: All teams and players must be pre-registered. No on-the-day payment is available. Non-playing roles (eg: coaches) are free. Under 18s can play on teams with a nominated teammate appointed as being responsible for their supervision.


Date: Sunday December 15th
Times: 9:30am to 2:30pm
Registration: Players register and pay individually. On-the-day registration and payment is available at no extra charge.

Melbourne Masters will be run in a “kings and queens” format – new teams are formed for each round, with individual win-loss records being tallied to crown individual winners. Melbourne Masters games will be played 5-a-side on smaller fields with shorter rounds.

Open and women’s winners will be crowned in the following divisions (age as at 31/12/24)

  • Masters (open 30-37, women 28-34)
  • Grandmasters (open 38-46, women 35-43)
  • Great Grandmasters (open 47+, women 44+)