Adult Fall Outdoor League

2017 Fall Outdoor Leagues

Monday | Tuesday | Sunday

The Leagues listed below are ADULT Fall Outdoor Leagues and are intended for Adult (18+) participants only **. For Juniors information visit the Fall Teen Programs or Fall Pre-teen Programs page(s), or learn how juniors can participate in adult leagues through our Juniors Participation Policy. Read below the chart for further details on each offering and league information.

DayDatesGame TimesLocationRatio (M/F)Level of PlayTeam CostIndividual Cost
MondaySept 11 - Oct 169 - 11 pmLamport4/3Comp / Int / Rec$450N/A
MondaySept 11 - Oct 169 - 11 pmMonarch Park4/3Comp / Int / Rec$450$45
TuesdaySept 13 - Oct 248 - 11 pmCentral Tech4/3Competitive$600N/A
TuesdaySept 13 - Oct 248 - 11 pmCentral Tech4/3Recreational$600$60
SundaySept 17 - Oct 2211 am - 6 pmVarious4/3Various$400$40

Games will be scheduled to evenly share time slots amongst teams as best as possible.

General League Info

Fall Outdoor Leagues are played with the full 7's Outdoor Speedpoint format **. We're keeping the full fields and full lines (7's) but still allowing teams to sub on the fly in order to maximize playing time. Main rules that YOU NEED TO KNOW: stall count to 8, NOT 10; scoring player sets disc in the location they scored and disc is either walked to line or instantly live (defense becomes offense); sub on the fly at mid-field; all TUC Fall Outdoor speedpoint leagues are 4:3 or 3:4 mixed gender; game ends at time cap! When you reach the end time, complete the current point and then please end the game. Games CAN end in a tie. Teams must be completely off the field prior to the start of the next game. Each team is allowed 2 timeouts per game in TUC Fall Outdoor League and there is no overtime or universe point timeouts (as opposed to UPA rules which allow a timeout for overtime). Rules regarding game play, substitutions, and more can be found on the TUC outdoor speedpoint rules page, as applicable. Team captains must assist in enforcing the rules. Please abide by the Spirit of the Game when dealing with this (and any other game) issue.

** Sunday Legacy League plays with TUC outdoor rules. Please see Sunday Legacy League for full details.

For additional Registration Info, League Contacts or Playoff Notes, please see Fall Leagues main page.


Monday West Co-ed League @ Lamport

The Monday West Co-ed League is a 7-on-7 Outdoor Speedpoint offering (4:3 or 3:4 ratio). Registration for this mixed skill, ladder based league is only by team.

Divisions: Competitive/Intermediate/Recreational
Dates: Starts September 11 and finishes October 16 (6 weeks of games)
Game Times: Games will run from 9:00 - 9:55pm and 10:00 - 10:55 pm
Location: Lamport Stadium (all games)
Cost: Teams $450
Maximum number of Teams: 8 total teams

Registration status: FULL for TEAMS


Monday East Co-ed League @ Monarch Park

New for 2017! The Monday East Co-ed League is a 7-on-7 Outdoor Speedpoint offering (4:3 or 3:4 ratio). Registration for this mixed skill, ladder based league is mostly by team, but we will take up to 15 players (9 male, 6 female) for one HAT team.

Divisions: Competitive/Intermediate/Recreational
Dates: Starts September 11 and finishes October 16 (6 weeks of games)
Game Times: Games will run from 9:00 - 9:55pm and 10:00 - 10:55 pm
Location: Monarch Park Stadium (all games)
Cost: Teams $450; Individuals $45
Maximum number of Teams: 8 total teams

Registration status: FULL for TEAMS; space for 3 INDIVIDUALS (0 males; 3 females)


Tuesday @ Central Tech - Co-ed Competitive League

The Tuesday Co-ed Competitive League is a 7-on-7 Outdoor Speedpoint offering (4:3 or 3:4 ratio). Registration for this Competitive league is only by team.

Divisions: Competitive
Dates: Starts September 12 and finishes October 24 (7 weeks of games)
Game Times: Games will run from 8:00pm - 8:55pm, 9:00pm - 9:55pm and 10:00pm - 10:55pm
Location: Central Tech Stadium (all games)
Cost: Teams $600
Maximum number of Teams: 4 total teams

Registration status: FULL for TEAMS


Tuesday @ Central Tech - Co-ed Recreational League

The Tuesday Co-ed Recreational League is a 7-on-7 Outdoor Speedpoint offering (4:3 or 3:4 ratio). Registration for this Recreational league is mostly by team, but we will take up to 15 players (9 males and 6 females) for one HAT team.

Divisions: Recreational
Dates: Starts September 12 and finishes October 24 (7 weeks of games)
Game Times: Games will run from 8:00pm - 8:55pm, 9:00pm - 9:55pm and 10:00pm - 10:55pm
Location: Central Tech Stadium (all games)
Cost: Teams $600; Individuals $60
Maximum number of Teams: 8 total teams

Registration status: FULL for TEAMS; space for 3 INDIVIDUALS (0 males; 3 females)


Sunday Legacy League

The Sunday Legacy League is the only Fall Outdoor League to use TUC outdoor rules.  All games are 115 minutes long and take place in various (grass and turf), central locations. Time permitting (time caps are in place), all games are to 17 points. You must win by 2 or first to 19 if necessary. The Sunday Legacy League is 4:3 mixed gender. Teams are encouraged to play both lineups - 4 men & 3 women or 3 men & 4 women - with the same 'end-zone choose' as TUC Summer leagues. We will aim to group teams on our ratings ladder (elite, competitive, intermediate, recreational) to balance the level of play as best we can. Registration is mostly by team, but we will take up to 15 players (9 male, 6 female) for one HAT team.

Divisions: Elite, Competitive, Intermediate and Recreational levels of play (ladder system to provide balanced competition)
Dates: Starts September 17 and finishes October 22 (5 weeks of games); NO games on October 8
Game Times: Games will start as early as 11:00am and as late as 4:00pm
Location(s): Central Tech Stadium; Upper Canada College; Cherry Beach 
Cost: Teams $400, Individuals $40
Maximum number of Teams: 16 total teams

Registration status: Space left for TEAMS and INDIVIDUALS


 

Spirit, Safety & Fields

Spirit of the Game is an integral part of Ultimate. In order to encourage teams to play with Spirit, we are requiring all teams to submit a Spirit score as well as a game score after each game. It is the responsibility of both team captains to submit a spirit score for the other team after every game.

In the interest of safety, the TUC strongly discourages games from taking place on grass fields during poor weather or on soggy fields. If the weather becomes severe during your game (i.e. thunderstorms), the game shall be ended at that point and the score becomes final. Metal cleats are not allowed under any circumstances. Plastic/rubber cleats are allowed at Monarch Park Stadium, Lamport Stadium, UCC, and Varsity Centre, but NOT at the Downsview Hangar. Running shoes or turf shoes at the Hangar only, absolutely no cleats there! Foot blocks are not allowed except with the explicit prior agreement of both team captains. Any foot block, attempted or successful, should be treated as a foul.

Since field space is difficult to find, the TUC is always concerned about the possibility of losing currently permitted fields. Permits can be revoked if teams engage in prohibited activities or as the result of complaints from neighbourhood groups. Therefore, we remind everyone of the following policies:

  • The consumption of alcohol and recreational drugs is NOT allowed at the fields, whether before, during or after a game. If you wish to engage in such activities, please do so in the privacy of your own home.
  • New Smoking Ban Bylaw: It is illegal to smoke tobacco within 9 meters of sports fields. 
  • Use Spirit when dealing with other users of the parks. This means being polite to the people who inadvertently stray onto the field during your game. Also, bring the permit with you to your game to head off conflict with other users of the field.
  • Use common sense and be considerate of the neighbours. This means that you do not pee in the bushes, against the side of a house or in the middle of the field. Also, do not block driveways with your car.
  • If problems arise with fields, such as poor condition or conflict with other groups (e.g. soccer), please bring them to the attention of the league convenor and the fields coordinator. Do not take it upon yourself to solve the problem.