Whether you’re looking to play in the heat of the summer or be bundled up on the sideline with a mug of hot cocoa,
There are lots of opportunities to get out and play in the greater Knoxville area!
Knoxville hosts and supports a number of club-level USAU sanctioned teams.
KnoxFusion is a women’s ultimate frisbee team based in Knoxville, TN, and although the name is “Knoxville” we have players from the surrounding areas like Chattanooga and Johnson City.
Tanasi is an elite select level open club team based out of East Tennessee that travels the country competing at the highest level of club. The team consists of male-matching players aged 18-35 from all over Tennessee and Northern Alabama.
The newest, oldest, bestest masters-eligible players in Knoxville. 2023 is our inaugural season. If you’re a female-matching player 30 or older or a male-matching player 33 or older, come check us out!
Knoxville Ultimate supports club teams at a number of local colleges and universities.
Prohibition is the University of Tennessee Men’s team, playing in Division I of the college series. They strive to compete at the highest level while maintaining a fun and inclusive team culture. They host the annual Smoky Mountain Invite in Knoxville, which attracts many of the best college teams in the country.
Big Orange Screw (BOS) is the women’s ultimate club team for the University of Tennessee. They compete across the southeast, attending 6-8 tournaments on average throughout the year, and they are coached by Timmy Pobst and Jenny Newby. They host two tournaments a year: Rookie Top and TOTS (The Only Tenn I See).
ETSU’s college club team which competes in several regional tournaments including UTUT, Dave Baldwin, and hosts an annual tournament for local colleges.
Johnson University’s Royals is open to all players interested. They compete in regional tournaments including UTUT and Dave Baldwin.
Knoxville is proud to have a strong youth ultimate community with several high schools around the city competing against each other. Middle school programs are also in development! For more information, visit KYU’s website.