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Captain's Corner

All teams that participate in an AUM league must appoint a captain (or will have one appointed). 

What are the roles of the CAPTAIN? 

On this page, you will find several resources to help captains accomplish their tasks.  Don't hesitate to suggest additions or changes that you find relevant.  

2015 Captain's day - Sunday May 24th

More information


Thank you to our partners who helped us organize this event!


Royal de Montréal - coaching clinic

Clinic on offensive and defensive strategies for 7 on 7 ultimate. This clinic was given by Jean-Lévy Champagne player, captain, owner and president of the Montreal Royal.

Sample of the Royal playbook

To buy the complete book, please contact the AUM

info@montrealultimate.ca ou 514-303-4048




Spécifik Ultimate - Warm-up and physical preparation clinic

Clinic on warm-up and physical preparation exercises to do with your team. This clinic was given by Jean-Philippe Riopel physical education teacher, Spécifik Ultimate trainer, player and owner of the Montreal Royal.




Presentation on ultimate injuries 

(There are links in the presentation)


Physical preparation and warm-up program



Taïga Ultimate - Throwing clinic

Throwing clinic given by Christian Painchaud player on Magma and owner of Taïga Ultimate apparel and clothing company.


Throwing clinic


MUCC - scrimmage

The scrimmage was led by Montreal Ultimate Competitive Club (MUCC) players.


 Programme d'ultimate féminin

Players were also from the Montreal Ultimate women's program


Photo album of the 2015 Captain's Day



 Summer League

Summer league Committee | Spirit Committee | Disciplinary Committee




Tool for Captains


When we had our captain meeting 2012, some players discuss about a website that simplify your line-up. Once you’ve set up the schedule and roster of your team, everything runs automatically!

  • game reminder emails are automatically sent to players
  • a “game status” email is automatically send to the captain before each game
  • everyone’s attendance is tracked, leaving you plenty of time to call up subs when needed.
  • you get a “game status” email a few days before each game, showing who will be there and who won’t — so you have plenty of time to contact subs
  • Everyone — you and your players — can view the entire team schedule or “dashboard”, including who’s going to be at what games.

If you want to learn more

Hope this is going to make your life easier!


 Clothing Partners


Accessories Partners


 Education guides

 Ultimate Blogs


VEUF: Video Explaining Ultimate Frisbee


Manuel_des_capitaines_EN_2015_siteweb.pdf1.18 MB