Monday Winter Fall League

Monday Winter Indoor Registration Now Open

September 30th, 2015

Registration is now open for both sessions of Monday Night Winter Indoor Ultimate. Click on the appropriate orange tab on the right to register now.

To allow as many people as possible the opportunity to play indoor over the winter, we will continue to use the two-session format we have been using all along. The first session runs for 12 weeks from November to the end of January. The second twelve-week session starts in February and runs through April.

On the registration form, indicate your first choice for which session you would like to play in. If you would like to play in both sessions, you are welcome to put your name on the waiting list when you register, just in case it’s your lucky day, but no guarantees. We want to allow everybody the opportunity to play indoor over the winter, so we have 2 separate sessions. As always, returning players will have first dibs on getting their session of choice.

Registration will be open for 10 days (until Friday Oct 9). If the second session (Feb – April) does not fill completely during this 10-day window, registration will re-open near the beginning of January 2016. Similarly, if the first session is not filled completely during the 10-day registration period, we may look to the people on the waiting list to fill any remaining spaces. Players are therefore encouraged to register ASAP to increase chances of reserving a spot.

While less experienced players are welcome on Monday nights, we do not allow people completely new to the sport. To play indoor, we expect players to have at least one season of experience under their belts. The field is smaller, the turf less forgiving, and the risk of injuries for everybody are increased when playing with people who are brand new to the sport. If you are wanting to learn the game, please sign up next spring and get to some of the great clinics.

If you are unsure if this is the league for you, feel free to contact the league coordinator directly (

Posted by Richard Haight