Youth opportunities in the Madison area

Youth Ultimate in the Madison Area

Donate to MUFA Youth Ultimate activities (YCC scholarships, fee waivers for recreational fees, and future partnerships with other youth-serving organizations) - Leave a note that you're donating for youth in the comments on Paypal! 


Summer Playing Opportunities!

Girls, Non-Binary, and Transgender welcoming pickup, skills development, and other offerings!

We are excited to offer FREE playing opportunities for youth girls, non-binary, and transgender players this summer.  Playing opportunities will be available for middle and high school students beginning in mid-June. These opportunities will be led by three amazing players with extensive college and club ultimate experience.


To sign up for e-mail notifications and sign waivers for your child to participate in any of these activities please fill out this form.


Other non-MUFA Summer Playing Opportunities

Madison Radicals Rad Academy - Week long summer camp open to elementary-high school students, half day and full day options available. 

Madison Radicals Parks and Rec Camps - The Radicals are partnering with several local parks and rec departments to offer 3 hour per week day camps around Dane county all summer long for ages 8-13!

MSCR Elementary and Middle School Skills Clinics -- summer skills clinics for grades K-2, 3-5, and 6-8 on east and west sides! 


Typical Spring Youth Ultimate Schedule

Madison Area High School League

MSCR Middle School League

MUFA Middle School Skills and Scrimmage

MUFA Elementary School Skills Class

Typical Summer Youth Ultimate Schedule

MUFAbots and Madison Marahute

Youth Participation in Adult Summer League (details forthcoming).

Madison Radicals Rad Academy

Summer Camps (Sun Prairie, Edgewood, etc.)

Typical Fall Youth Ultimate Schedule

MUFA and Wisconsin Ultimate High School Hat League

MUFA Middle School League

Youth Club Teams

Little Rads – The Little Rads are a Madison-based Ultimate Frisbee club for for middle-school-aged players.  They are a traveling tournament team with a focus on providing tournament play opportunities and growing Ultimate skills. They emphasize becoming better teammates, playing across school and grade boundaries, and playing with respect while also being competitive. E-mail Ryan Natzke for more information.

Madison MUFAbots YCC (Youth Club Championship) teams – The Madison MUFAbots is a set of four coached teams (Under 20 Mixed, Under 20 Boys, Under 17 Girls, and Under 17 Boys) that will practice as teams over the summer and participate against other national and international teams in the Youth Club Championship tournament in Blaine, Minnesota from August 3rd-5th. YCC is an amazing opportunity for Madison youth ultimate players to learn from top-level players who play nationally at the collegiate level, at the club level, and professional level. 

You must be at least 14 years old on the first day of a given league to participate, or by the date specifically listed on the page for that league.

Youth waivers (click here) required for participation in all MUFA leagues and events. Be sure to fill out both forms and send them to [email protected]. If you cannot scan your waiver and need to mail a physical copy, send a message to that e-mail.


Contact our Youth Chair for all information related to youth Ultimate in Madison: Sara Lazenby at [email protected]

In Spring 2020 the following high schools will have school-based teams participating in the WI Ultimate Madison-Area League:

Girls: Edgewood, Madison East, Madison Memorial, Madison West, McFarland, Middleton, Oregon, Stoughton, Sun Prairie

Boys: Edgewood, Madison East, Madison LaFollette, Madison Memorial, Madison West, McFarland, Middleton, Oregon, Stoughton, Sun Prairie, Verona

MUFA Youth Complaint Policy

All adults serving as youth volunteers/chaperones/coaches receive background checks and complete SafeSport and Heads Up! concussion awareness training.  All volunteers are expected to report to the MUFA board (via the Youth Chair) any violations of policy prohibiting sexual abuse, physical abuse, emotional abuse, bullying, threats or harassment, or hazing.  Any allegations of child physical abuse or sexual abuse are also reported to the appropriate law enforcement authorities.

To make a report (as a coach, player, or parent) regarding any of these violations please e-mail [email protected].  All reports will be reviewed by the MUFA board.