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Goalty – Learn to Play (and Hat)
October 3, 2022 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
If you’ve never played Goaltimate/Goalty, now is the time to try. Come join us for this Free* event! You must still register for the event for our insurance purposes/requirements.
This Learn to Play event will occur on Monday, Oct 3rd at Manual High School from 7-9pm. Also, check out our upcoming Monday Night Goalty League which starts the following week.
This event is open to people of all skill levels and knowledge. Our intent is to introduce this wonderful game to the wider Ultimate community in a fun and welcoming environment. If you are new, we will have beginner fields where we go over the rules and basic strategies. If you’re familiar, we will also have fields set up for you!
Clove Pizzeria & Tap is excited to host us after this event. Located 1 mile away from Manual HS. Let’s grab a beer and a slice and get to know each other better!
*Please Note: Your USAU membership must be up to date to play in the event.
An Affiliate Player Membership is sufficient for this event – be sure to select AYU, Colorado Ultimate when you sign up. If you signed up already for the annual membership, then you are good to go – review your membership profile to confirm that it is active and expires 12/31/2022. AYU is planning to run multiple adult leagues this and the coming years that will be covered by a yearly Affiliate Player Membership.
It is important to us at AYU that no one be excluded from participating in any event we sponsor because they’re facing financial challenges with the registration fees. If you need financial assistance, use this form to receive a discount code for an amount you would be able to pay. AYU is dedicated to providing financial aid for Marshal Fire victims. If you were affected by the Marshall Fire, please use the same form to request a discount. If the USAU membership fee presents a financial challenge, please contact email@example.com who will assist.
Altitude Ultimate is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to developing athletes and promoting youth participation in Ultimate Frisbee teams, leagues, tournaments, camps, and clinics across the Front Range, Colorado, and the Rocky Mountain West. With a focus on equitable access and spirited play, Altitude Ultimate aims to foster opportunities to participate in all levels of competition; provide a clearinghouse of resources for coaches, players, parents, and fans; and serve as a stable, sustainable organization that grows and strengthens the ultimate community in the region.
Rules of Goaltimate
- Fields will have a single hoop, clear zone, and out-of-bounds lines. Fields dimensions: 52 yds by 26 yds, clear zone is 10 yds deep.
- Games will be played for a set time. A single horn will signal the start of the games and two horns will signal the end of games. During regular season, games will end once the time has elapsed; games can end in a tie.
- Teams play 4 v 4, with hockey-style subbing (An incoming player must tag hands of a player coming off at the sideline). This league will be played with an on-field 2:2 ratio at all times.
- The stall count is to 5 (starting at Stall one and ending at the F of five) and can be counted by any person on the field from anywhere. (Double teams are allowed, as is counting a stall without anyone on the mark.)
- One point is awarded for a completed pass that travels through the hoop and is caught in the end zone by your teammate. Two points are awarded if the disc is thrown between cross-matching players (e.g. MM to FM, FM to MM) from behind the clear line into the endzone. The disc must fully cross the plane of the goal during reception to count as a goal. You cannot release the disc from inside the goal; if you do and the pass is completed, it is not a goal but you still have possession.
- Whenever a turnover happens, the possession changes and the new offensive team must clear the disc by advancing it past the clear line, and can then attack the goal. Make it take it rules apply, so if you score your team must clear the disc and then you can attack again.
- The disc can only go through the hoop in 1 direction. If you throw it through backward (from behind the hoop, towards the clear line), it’s a turnover.
- Setting static screens is legal (think basketball). Be mindful when setting screens of the velocity of other players and whether you’re putting yourself somewhere dangerous to yourself or the player you’re trying to screen.
- Offensive players may only stay in the end zone for 3 seconds at a time. After 3 seconds they must leave the end zone and return in order to be an eligible scoring receiver.
- Goaltending is not allowed. Defenders must be within 10 feet of an offensive player and actively defending that player to remain in the end zone.
You can also check out this USA Goaltimate Youtube Playlist which has some videos explaining some of the details.