The Kingston Summer Ultimate League began in 1998 with only four teams and forty players. It has since grown to a high of 32 teams and over 500 players. The league continues to grow as the community becomes more familiar with the sport.
Anyone is welcome to play in the Kingston Summer Ultimate League. The league is co-ed, and players of all skill levels are encouraged to become a part of Kingston ultimate.
The fee structure varies slightly from year to year, but is usually around $80. This helps to cover expenses such as field rental, team shirts, field cones, discs, and other incidentals. In addition to these cost, the league has traditionally helped support touring ultimate teams. In the past, the league has provided support to the Canadian Junior Ultimate team (helping them to compete internationally) and K-Lo, a Kingston-based touring team that participated in the 2002 World Ultimate Club Championship held in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Captains can log in and manage their teams from the Captains' Area.