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Grandville Ultimate Club
High School Co-ed Team

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We believe Ultimate Frisbee is the best sport in the world. All skill levels welcome. We will teach you how to play - or come really good. We work hard to be inclusive and welcoming. Can't throw a frisbee? That's ok! We teach hundreds every year! Never forgetting our our main goal of having FUN above all else. 

Learn more about how to play! Read up about it or watch a video.


We play in the Zig Zag Ultimate league with some school teams and some club teams. 

High School Co-ed team


April 10 - June 3

Practices ​​

  • Wednesdays 3:15-5pm @ Grandville High School

    • Field north side of the school near the entrance

  • Can't make Wednesdays? We have other options - just let us know! Email


  • Monday's 5:30-7:30pm @ MacKay Jaycee park


  • Jersey $35 (unless you have one from a previous season)​

  • Cleats are required (soccer, lacrosse, or football)

    • We have several donated cleats! There is a chance we have your size. ​

  • Disc, $10 (optional)

  • Add ons-

    • Alternate White Jersey $35​

    • Shorts $35


Grandville Ultimate Frisbee Club, is a branch of Zig Zag Ultimate. Zig Zag Ultimate was started in 2012 and now has 400+ youth playing every year with teams all around West Michigan. ZZU offers leagues for: 4-8th Grade, High School, Adult, College Teams, and a partnered with the Grand Rapids Pro team. 


  • Zaags, 15 years playing experience including 4 years at Calvin College, 2 years professionally, and 10 years playing club.  He is also the Head Coach for Davenport University's Men's Ultimate Frisbee Team and the Club Director for Zig Zag Ultimate.

Anyone, boys and girls! We expect most to have never played before - maybe not even know the rules. Or how to throw a disc. As you keep coming you learn the game and how to throw. We work so hard to be welcoming and inclusive. 


  • New Player intro rate: $100

  • Returning Player rate: $125

    • Consider donating to help another Frisbee player play this spring!

  • Optional Add -ons​

    • Spring Break Camp $60​

    • State Championship June 3rd in Holland. $35
      • We all need to decide to go! ​

Preseason Events *for anyone!

Grandville Ultimate Jersey Kit

Mobile friendly version

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  • "This is the first sport my son actually enjoys. We wouldn't let him play football after he got injured."

  • "I like it because my 4th grade son, 7th grade daughter, and 8th grade son can all play at the same time. ONE car trip!"

  • "I was hesitant about the fact that there are no refs, but after the first game I'm surprised at how well it works. They actually talk about disagreements to each other instead of needing a ref." 

  • "I appreciate that I don't have to worry about concussions like when he was doing football. I also love knowing my son will always get a good workout in every single practice and game." 

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Combining the nonstop movement and athletic endurance of soccer with the aerial passing skills of football, a game of Ultimate Frisbee is played two seven-player teams on a field similar to football. The object of the game is to score  points by catching a pass in the opponent’s end zone. A player must stop running while in possession of the disc, but may pivot and pass to any of the other receivers on the field. 

Just like basketball, Ultimate Frisbee is a transition game in which players move quickly from offense to defense on  turnovers that occur with a dropped pass, an interception, a pass out of bounds, or when a player is caught holding  the disc for more than ten seconds. Although, Ultimate Frisbee resembles many traditional sports in its basic athletic  requirements, the rules are simpler, which allows the game to be self officiated. The concept of Spirit of the Game is integrated in to the basic philosophy of the sport, it is written in to the rules and is practiced at all levels of the games from local leagues to the World games. 

Several local colleges have teams including GVSU, MSU, Cornerstone, Ferris State, and Calvin College. One day, some of our players may play professionally for the Detroit Mechanix or even for Team USA! 

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