FAQs - Fall

Frequently Asked Questions

So... what exactly is Ultimate Frisbee?

Ultimate (as it's commonly called) combines the full-field workout of soccer, the passing game and close defense of basketball, and the scoring of a long hail-mary touchdown pass in football. Oh, and the camaraderie and spiritedness of an evening out at your favorite pub. Come check it out for yourself--see why Ultimate is one of the fastest-growing sports in the country!

What is Brattleboro Ultimate?

Brattleboro Ultimate is an organization created to promote and facilitate the sport of Ultimate in the greater Brattleboro, Vermont area.

Is it a league, a club team, or what?

This season (2017) we're continuing to focus reliable pick up games twice a week. Our goal is "pickup with benefits": learn and practice skills with drills, pickup games that are welcoming for everyone, and good times afterwards swimming in the West River, and relaxing at Brattleboro spots like Whetstone Station and Top of the Hill Grill.

Who can play?

Anyone 16 years or older.  No experience necessary.  None!

When do we start playing?

Fall 2017 is every Tuesday at 7pm, Oct 3 through Oct 31.
(Summer 2017 was Tuesday and Thursdays, May 3rd through Sep 15.)

Where do we play?

West River Park, Brattleboro, Vermont.

What do I need to do to play?

  1. If you're not already a USAU member, fill out a USAU Event Waiver and bring it to the field.
  2. If you're under 18, fill out a USAU Medical Authorization Form and bring it to the field.
  3. Pay your fees in person at the field, cash or check.

Bring cleats (soccer or football cleats are best), water, and two shirts -- one white, one dark. That's all you need -- no prior experience necessary!

What are the fees?

Fall 2017: $5 / night, $20 / entire fall season

Payment for several nights in advance is encouraged, just so we don't spend too much time on accounting every night.  You can pay with cash or personal check.

Brattleboro Ultimate fees go towards West River Park field access through Brattleboro Recreation & Parks, and the liability insurance required to play there

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