CMUA promotes the growth and development of the sport of ultimate in the Baltimore metropolitan area by offering mixed, open, and women’s recreation leagues and tournaments, and by supporting local teams at the youth, college, and club levels.

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CMUA Annual Survey

CMUA wants to hear about your experience in our leagues over the last year! We encourage all participants to fill out our 2022 survey.

Your responses will help us plan future leagues and provide us with important feedback on equity and inclusion. We plan on instituting this survey each year and will summarize the 2022 results at our Open Board Meeting on February 10th.

Open Board Meeting – February 10th

The CMUA Board would like to invite you to virtually attend our next meeting: the annual Open Board Meeting, on February 10th at 6:30pm!

Come join an open discussion with the CMUA Board about how we can continue to improve our leagues, and better serve the CMUA community. It’s also a chance to get to know better those who represent you.

We’ll review feedback from recent player surveys, discuss CMUA’s current development work in youth ultimate in the area, and provide a snapshot of the coming year, among other topics.

Meeting information, including a Zoom link, will be shared closer to the event. We hope to see you there!

Indoor Pickup Registration Open

December Indoor pickup starts up next month at the Soccer Dome – 7330 Montevideo Rd, Jessup, MD 20794, and registration is now open!

Pickup begins on Monday December 5th. We’ll be playing on the first three Monday evenings from 8-10 PM, and on the first three Wednesday evenings from 7-9 PM until we stop for the Holidays. 

We will be on the “5v5” field, which is roughly the size of a basketball court and will require a little different style of play from the past few seasons at GOALS Baltimore. Expect to be playing 4v4 mixed gender ultimate. 

Pickup will cost $25 for the month.

Sign up via TeamSnap today!

Thanksgiving Hat Tournament

Our annual Thanksgiving Hat Tournament returns Saturday, November 19 at Lower Banneker from 10:30 a.m. until 4 p.m.

It’s free to play, but a donation of two (or more) canned goods is requested. Also, you’re encouraged to bring snacks for the snack table!

What is a Hat Tournament?
A Hat Tournament is a tournament where the teams are formed by the random drawing of names from a hat. You will then play with that team all afternoon in a spirited one day round-robin tournament.

Teams will be formed when a quorum is achieved, so please arrive on time!

Donations of clothing, toys, baby furnishings and any household items will be gratefully accepted. All donations will go to the Catonsville Emergency Assistance, which serves greater Catonsville residents with emergency food, eviction prevention, and utility cut-off intervention.

If you’re planning on attending, please RSVP on the Facebook event so we know how many people to expect.

If you know for sure you’ll be in attendance, we’d appreciate it if you’d register online here.  Registration at the field on Saturday is also fine, but it’ll speed things along if you register in advance.

Don’t forget a light and a dark t-shirt!

Volunteers are always needed! Please email if you can help with set up, fields, or clean up!

Inclusive Youth Clinic

CMUA is proud to announce that we’re hosting our first ever Inclusive Youth Clinic on Saturday September 17th at Southwest Academy! A free event designed and intended to teach elementary students with and without disabilities how to play the sport of ultimate frisbee. Parents will have to be present for the entirety of the event. There will be modifications and accommodations made to meet children at the level of their needs. 

All children will be paired with a “buddy” which is a volunteer from a local college or high school team who are familiar with ultimate frisbee. The children will be working in small groups to learn how to throw and run for the frisbee and other fundamental skills. Children will also be able to watch a competitive frisbee scrimmage before participating in a scrimmage themselves! 

Please make sure your child has water and soccer or football cleats if able. Children also can wear sneakers or tennis shoes. The link for registration is down below. Email us if you have any questions. We look forward to seeing you soon! 

Registration Link: 

Link to Flier: Inclusive Youth Clinic Flyer.pdf

Crab Feast Reminder

Our annual combination pick-up game/crab-feast/picnic returns this Sunday, August 21 from 11 a.m. until dark at the Catonsville Community Park (a.k.a. The Senior Center).

Pick-up starts around 11 a.m. and the picnicking starts around 1-ish. Silly games start soon after that. All CMUA members (active or inactive or retired) are invited.

CMUA will provide the drinks (beer & soda) and the crabs and the corn. Players should bring a white and a dark t-shirt, and something to grill if they’re not into crabs. Please note there is no rain date

Fall League Signups

CMUA Monday nights continue this fall, starting on August 22nd and running every Monday from 8:30pm to 10:30pm through November 14th at the Catonsville HS turf field. 

The first weeks will likely be pickup, with Fall League games beginning in early September and continuing into November. League games will last 75 minutes, starting as close to 8:30pm as possible, and players may stick around for pickup afterwards. Our aim is to have four teams and play 7v7 with a mixed format.

Teams will either be formed by the league commissioners or by team captains, depending on circumstances. One mutual baggage request per player. Cost is $25.

Sign up via TeamSnap Today!

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