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2024 Tryouts

Sunday, November 12th
9 AM - 1 PM

Crocker Amazon Field #5
1645 Geneva Ave, San Francisco

Saturday, November 18th
12 PM - 4 PM

Crocker Amazon Field #5
1645 Geneva Ave, San Francisco


How long is the Falcons season, and what will the practice schedule look like?

The "regular season" will be approximately 6 games - three home and three away - from March to May 2024. Championship Weekend will be the first weekend in June.  

Aside from practices and the games, what else is expected of a player who is signed by the Falcons?

As the Falcons' success is partly dependent on its ability to engage with the broader community, signed players will be asked to attend or participate in approximately 3-4 community building events during the season. 

Do I have to be available for EVERYTHING to join the team?

No. The league has set a max of 22 players who can be rostered for any given game. The Falcons expect to roster approximately 30 players, which means NOT EVERY PLAYER CAN PLAY IN EVERY GAME.  The reason is twofold - (1) cost, and (2) because we recognize that you're still people with lives.  tl;dr: you don't have to make everything, but attending practices is a great way to get rostered for games.

What do I get if I make the team?

In addition to the ability to play with top players across the Bay Area, and be coached by experience and decorated coaching staff, the Falcons will pay for the costs for you to play frisbee!  Players should expect to have their travel costs (arranged by the team) and jerseys/gear paid for by the team. The Falcons will also be providing each player a small stipend, and players who make the roster will have their tryout fee refunded.

What is the cost to tryout?

The tryout fee is $15, regardless of whether you can attend both days. 

What are some differences between the WUL and USAU rulesets?

Two of the biggest differences is that the field is longer - 80 yards in length - and the stall is SEVEN (7) seconds.

So who are you looking to sign?

The WUL was founded on a desire to showcase a semi-pro model of the sport through the lens of women and non-binary athletes. The Bay Area has a wealth and depth of talent, but we are looking for players who are committed to helping us build a sustainable and inclusive model for professionalizing the sport. 

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