Lancaster University Ultimate Frisbee Club ‘The Fish’ is a club providing a great way to get involved in a growing, mixed-gender, fast-paced and fun sport. There are both indoor and outdoor variations of Ultimate Frisbee, each requiring different tactics and skill sets, joining the Fish will give you the opportunity to play in both. More information about the sport and its rules can be found online.
Majority of students joining the club have no previous playing experience within the sport but will see a rapid growth in skill level and game confidence thanks to coaching from GB level players as well as weekly BUCS fixtures from the start of term one. The Fish regularly attend weekend long tournaments around the country, allowing new members plenty of game time and the chance to socialise with players from other clubs, universities and regions.
If playing in fun and competitive tournaments up and down the country wasn’t enough, we also participate in the biggest inter-university sports tournament in Europe; Roses! Ultimate takes a big role within Roses having 8 matches across the weekend and there is the chance for all players to represent Lancaster. This weekend is one of fierce rivalry and certainly not one to be missed.
Each year in the final weeks of term three we host our own tournament, ‘Fishbowl’,
which offers our alumni a chance to return and draws some of the best teams in from
across the UK. Being a part of The Fish doesn’t stop when you graduate.
Outside of training sessions and games, the club has a strong social scene organising weekly socials. Whether you’ll be embarking on the classic 3-legged bar crawl, teaming
up for the famous Quiz for Frizz, joining us for a bit of karaoke at Crafty or winning Fish assassins; there is something for everyone.
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By joining this group basic information such as name, email and date of birth will be made available to the organisers of the group. Next of Kin details may also be provided if part of the registration. Anonymised demographic information of the group’s membership will be used to improve activity but will not identify any individual.