The San Francisco Dogfish will be hosting their first Open Tryouts on February 27 and March 3.

Hard-working Ultimate players in the San Francisco area: Head Coach Justin Safdie and the Dogfish will host a Combine comprised of two high-intensity tryouts to evaluate the future stars of San Francisco professional Ultimate.

This Combine gives players the chance to prove their skills as well as display their ability to perform well on a team. “We are not only looking for the top players on the field,” says Safdie, “but also players that can represent the sport off the field.”

For both days, the total cost is $30 online or $40 at the fields.

Details: 

Day 1 – February 27

Time: 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM, late registration begins at 6:30 PM

Cleats on and ready to go at 7 PM, so arrive early.

Where: Crocker Amazon, 1537 Geneva Ave., San Francisco, CA 94112 (map)

Day 2 – March 3

Time: 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Cleats on and ready to go at 1 PM, so arrive early.

Where: West Sunset Fields, 2100 39th Ave., between Quintera and River, San Francisco, CA 94116 (map)

“We are looking forward to seeing the best that the Bay has to offer,” says Chis Sherwood, General Manager of the Dogfish.

So come out, bring a light and dark shirt, your cleats, and your A-game.

Sign up for the San Francisco Dogfish Combine

About The Author

Paul has worked in online content, freelance writing and education for the past ten years. A native of Baltimore with roots in Philadelphia and Los Angeles, Paul grew up in a family of Ultimate enthusiasts. He graduated with his undergraduate degree in English from Goucher College in Baltimore and his Masters in Education also from Goucher. Paul was the captain of Goucher College Ultimate and then played with the Philadelphia Area Disc Alliance, Central Maryland Ultimate Association and the Los Angeles Organization of Ultimate Teams. As the Director of Content, Paul handles the online content for the MLU site and eight team sites.

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