We are an enthusiastic, community-based, UKU affiliated ultimate team that train hard and laugh hard. Playing both competitively and socially, St Albans endeavours to enter as many fun tournaments as possible, alongside all major indoor and outdoor leagues and tours.
Ultimate Frisbee is a fast-moving team sport enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of players the world over. Becoming increasingly popular throughout the UK, teams compete regionally, nationally and even internationally at school, university and club level.
Frequently compared to sports like netball or American football, ultimate has some unique features that set it apart. Primarily, there are no referees and it's played with a disc. To compete at the highest level, ultimate players require speed, agility and endurance; yet beginners find the game easy to learn and fun to play.
Don't be put off if you're new to the sport or have never played because we have plenty of experienced members keen to develop ultimate and welcome new players at any level. So grab a disc, get out there, and discover why so many think this is the ultimate team sport!
We run training sessions throughout the year at different venues:
All players are required to have St Albans and UKU membership. New players benefit from 3 free sessions. Click here for information on becoming a member.
Check out our facebook page or call Luke on 07709 768069 to join our sessions in collaboration with the University of Hertfordshire's ultimate society on their wonderful 3G astro is on and how to get involved!
Dan Johnston, personal trainer and founder of St Albans Personal Training, runs a free bootcamp every Saturday from 10:00 - 11:00 at Highfield Park. Total body workouts - social, fun, challenging exercise! To join, please register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Check him out at www.stapt.co.uk
Everything you need to know about being a member is here, with details about membership, how to pay and club policies!
Feel free to email us or call our development officer Luke on 07709 768069 for more information and help!