Ultimate is a non-contact sport that combines the endurance of soccer with the passing and catching skills of football. A game of ultimate is played with a flying disc by two teams of 7 players on a field with end zones, similar to football. The object of the game is to catch a pass in the opponent’s end zone. After catching the disc, a player must stop running and pass to any of their teammates on the field. Players switch from offense to defense on turnovers that occur with a dropped pass, an interception, or a pass out of bounds.
The Westborough Ultimate program started in 2011 and now consists of two co-ed teams - a Middle School team for grades 5-8, and a High School team for grades 9-12. Beginners are welcome on both teams.
Spring & Fall Programs:
Practices consist of skills development, followed by a fun scrimmage. During the Spring and Fall seasons, the high school team plays games against other local schools and attends the state championship in the Spring, while the middle school team attends one or two local half-day tournaments.
Pick Up Summer Play:
During the Summer, we have an all-ages (10-99) family-style pickup game where teams are formed from the players who arrive that evening. This is a casual, non-competitive game aimed at fun and introducing new players to the sport.
Schedule, cost, location: