- Charity Events
2015 Spring Women's Clinic (3/28) Registering Now
The Milwaukee Ultimate Club is pleased to invite ladies of all experience levels to the annual Spring Milwaukee Ultimate Club Women’s Clinic! For more information, check the event out here.
Announcing Spring 2015 Leagues (4/6 to 5/28) - Registering Feb 20 - April 3
Price: $30 per league ($20 for current college/high school students). Each participant receives 1 Milwaukee Ultimate Club disc per league.
Winter 2015 Leagues (1/12 to 3/30)
Welcome to the Milwaukee Ultimate Club
The Milwaukee Ultimate Club (MUC) is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization that seeks to serve the interests of Ultimate Players in the greater Milwaukee area.
We look to promote the growth and development of the sport of Ultimate through the sponsoring of Ultimate-based educational and recreational events, programs, and activities. We will assist in the education and development of youth Ultimate players through clinics, demonstrations; will promote all levels of Ultimate through leagues, teams, and events; promote the participation in outside tournaments and Ultimate activities; and represent the interests of the sport and the players of the sport in the greater Milwaukee area.
Our current areas of focus include:
- Running leagues in the Milwaukee area
- Our Annual Cooler Classic Tournament
- Introducing the sport of Ultimate to youth programs
- Running Ultimate based Charity events
2015 Liability Waiver
Any player involved in an MUC league or game must complete this waiver and return it to MUC prior to playing. Captains may use this downloadable form in the instance of substitute players. Remember, all substitute players in our leagues must first be approved by the league commissioner and the opposing team's captains before they are allowed to play.
What is Ultimate?
Ultimate is a non-contact sport played with a flying disc. The object of the game is to score points by passing the disc to a player in the opposing end zone, similar to an end zone in football. Players may not run with the disc, and may only move one foot while holding the disc (pivoting).