CVSSC League Details


Co-ed Ultimate Frisbee

- 5-on-5, with two female players on field.

- Seasons are 8 weeks and include playoffs.

- Game times are approximately 90 minutes and take place between 6-9 p.m.


Spring Leagues

Mondays League:

- Runs approx. April 18 to end June.

*Registration opens Feb. 15 and closes April 10.


Summer Leagues

Mondays League:
- Runs approx. June 26 to early September.

*Registration opens May 15 and closes June 19.


Fall Leagues

Mondays 7-on-7 League (Register by August 28):

- Five weeks and room for just four teams.

- Runs approx. mid-September to late October.

- $30 (tax included) per player.

- Practice/Scrimmage on Aug. 28.

- Multiple games at Lewis Park under the lights.

*Register by Aug. 28.


Queneesh Elementary - 2345 Mission Rd., Courtenay

G.P. Vanier - 4830 Headquarters Rd.

Lewis Park -- Near 5th St. Bridge.

Mark Isfeld -- 1551 Lerwick Rd.

Woodcote Park - 17th St. and Willemar Ave.

Who Anyone who wants to have a good time. Players can sign up as individuals, with some friends, or an entire team.
How Much

$450/team (tax included)


$55/individual (tax included)

Fall League is $30/player.


Ultimate Frisbee Trivia


  • While the sport is often called Ultimate Frisbee, like it is here, the name Frisbee is a trademarked product. And the official discs actually come from competitor Discraft. Weird, huh? This is why the sport is often just called Ultimate.
  • All ultimate games are self-refereed, even at the highest levels of international competition. The sport prides itself on gentlemanly behaviour and sportsmanship.
  • The 2008 World Ultimate and Guts Championship was held in August in Vancouver at U.B.C. Canada won a couple of golds in Open and Mixed divisions. It featured 1,600 athletes from 21 countries.
  • An Ottawa association founded in 1986 has the largest summer league in the world with over 5,000 players as of 2004.
  • The first history of the sport was published in 2005, called Ultimate: The First Four Decades.




Ultimate Frisbee

Ultimate Frisbee is massive in many parts of Canada, with hundreds of teams and reams of tournaments -- and rightfully so. The sport is extremely fun, easy to learn and very addictive.

Ultimate is an exciting, non-contact sport that combines some of the best aspects of football, basketball and soccer with the joys of throwing a disc. It's fun to play, and best of all, prides itself on the "spirit of the game" (fair play, sportsmanship, joy of the game). Rookies are always welcome and the veterans of the sport are helpful in teaching skills and techniques.

The ultimate Frisbee league is open to players and teams from Courtenay, Comox, Cumberland, Campbell River and surrounding areas. See you out on the grassy fields of the Comox Valley!


Click on the applicable icon below to register and pay league fees for a team or an individual. To register a small group, each player completes an individual registration and notes their friends in the "friends" box. We'll take care of you from there. Have fun!

Subs: Those who miss the registration deadline can also contact us to be put on the spares list, though with no guarantee of playing.

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