Sports Assistant

Mikey Sproviero

Club Administrative Assistant

Anthony Vercillo

Sports Club Manager

Silviu Butnaru

Ultimate Frisbee

Operating out of local Rosedale Park, Mooredale Sports Club offers an Ultimate Frisbee program.  The program will operate as a learn to play program, and will be recreational in nature, with a focus on fun and the fundamentals of the game.  Sign up and experience this increasingly popular sport!

By registering for this Mooredale Sport activity, I agree to pay Mooredale for the annual Mooredale Membership Fee by VISA or MasterCard.  For more information contact Membership Registrar, Catherine Loeffler at cloeffler@mooredale.on.ca or call 416-922-3714 ext 102 between 9am and 5pm. 

Registration Fee

Early-Bird (starting June 18): $140

Regular (starting July 9): $160

Note: a current Mooredale membership is required to participate in all Mooredale Sports programs.  More information on membership is available here.

Refund Policy 

Please note: unless we are provided with a copy of a medical note (which prevents your child from participating in all sport activities) there will be no refunds past the September 1st deadline.

All cancellations and requests prior to the September 1st deadline for reimbursement are subject to a $50 admin fee.

Tentative Schedule & Age Groups

The 2021 season details will be released soon. Each age group will have 1 session per week, for a total of 6 sessions.  

Wednesdays
5:30 – 7:30pmU10/U12/U14

Tentative Monthly Schedule (Will be released soon)

AugustWeek 1Practice Session
SeptemberWeek 2Practice Session
Week 3Practice Session
Week 4Practice Session
Week 5Practice Session
OctoberWeek 6Practice Session

All sessions take place at local Rosedale Park. 

Resources

  • Rules & Game Play Curious about how the game is played? Click here for a quick summary!
  • Spirit of the Game Ultimate Frisbee is, generally speaking, a sport without a referee.  The game relies on an “informal” code of sportsmanship which all players abide by.  Click here for more info!
  • Toronto Rush Did you know Toronto is home to a semi-pro Ultimate Frisbee team?  They have enjoyed success since joining the  American Ultimate Disc League in 2013. Click here to check them out.