Community engagement


HUC is a volunteer-run league that has a variety of members who provide valuable support to make the league a better place. We welcome anyone interested in sharing their passion and support to help make HUC even better, to reach out and join the team.

Currently we are building and strengthening the following committees:

Players are always looking for ways to develop their game AND to meet new people. We are looking to start a Clinics Committee for members that are interested in helping organize these events. 

HUC is striving to make our community a more welcoming environment for all players regardless of gender, gender identity, socio-economic class, or race. The volunteers that run our league are still learning and still have more work to do.

Spirit of the Game is a set of principals which places the responsibility for fair play on the player. Highly competitive play is encouraged, but never at the expense of mutual respect among competitors, adherence to the agreed upon rules, or the basic joy of play.


What’s happening in your community?:

Looking to support your community? Check out the upcoming events OR let us know about other opportunities for our members.

Local, provincial, national and international upcoming tournaments.

Check out this space for upcoming clinics available to members and players interested in joining the league.

Occasionally HUC hosts special events for members to enjoy. Let us know if you want to help host an event for the community.


Connections HUC has with both the local Hamilton community and the greater ultimate community:

Local Hamilton touring (travel) teams that support HUC and contribute to the greater ultimate community.    

Businesses that support our league in a variety of ways and can serve our sport-minded members.    

Ontario Ultimate is our sport’s provincial governing body. They run annual provincial tournaments, organize our insurance and provide support (resources, clinics) every year. 

Ultimate Canada is our National governing body. They run national tournaments, the annual Ultimate Canada Conference, support leagues across the country and offer grants to support local initiatives (ie. youth programming).