California’s Ultimate Scrapbook

From April 27th to June 14th the community is invited to post their MEMORIES AND MEMORABILIA from another year of CALIFORNIA’S ULTIMATE HISTORY. Together we will document Ultimate across the state of CA from 1972 to 2020!

Submit your pictures, disc designs, team logos, videos, rosters, scores, schedules, practice plans, and stories of all things Ultimate in California. We’ll start at the beginning with 1972 on April 27th, and we’ll move on to the next year every day.

***PLEASE MAKE SURE photos and stories are appropriate for all ages as they will be posted on CUA’s website, newsletters, and social media platforms.***

There are multiple ways you can submit your memories and memorabilia to #UltimateScrapbookCA:

  • Visit our FaceBook event and post there using the hashtag #UltimateScrapbookCA and then shoutout CUA by adding @californiaultimate
  • Post to Twitter using the hashtag #UltimateScrapbookCA and then shoutout CUA by adding @CalUlti
  • Post to Instagram using the hashtag #UltimateScrapbookCA and then shoutout CUA by adding @californiaultimate

Example Facebook and/or Instagram post for 1981 (which will be on May 6th): 1981: The UPA National Championships have a women’s division for the first time. The Santa Barbara Condors bring home California’s first UPA National Championship. #UltimateScrapbookCA @californiaultimate

Example Twitter post for 1979 (which will be on May 4th): December 1979: The Ultimate Players Association (UPA) – eventually to become USA Ultimate – was founded by Tom Kennedy. The word ‘Frisbee’ was also removed from the name of the sport. #UltimateScrapbookCA @CalUlti

Don’t have a social media account or are afraid you might miss the right day to post? You can either:

  • Email with your media or written memory along with the year, your name, and any divisions it might fall under
  • Fill out the following Google Form: (coming soon)