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Join the MZU Board of Directors!

Board members are a key part of shaping and executing the work of Mile Zero Ultimate. As a member of the Board of Directors you can bring forward your ideas to improve the league and take action to see them through.

Available Board positions include President, VP League, VP Finance, VP Spirit, VP Communications, and 6 Members at Large. You can read descriptions of each position on our social channels or in our by-laws here:

What’s the time commitment? Board members serve a one-year term starting in November. The full board meets approximately 6 times per year, and sub-committees may have one to two additional meetings. Since 2020, all meetings have been virtual. In addition to meetings, board members undertake various duties to ensure smooth running of MZU. The busiest times for the board are just before the start of different leagues.

Who should apply? People with a passion for making their ultimate community a better place. Players of all skill levels and with diverse expertise and lived experiences are welcome. Eligible nominees must have played in an MZU league in the past 18 months.

How does it work? Individuals can self-nominate or nominate a friend or teammate by completing the online form or by self/nominating in person at the AGM.

When is this happening? The AGM and the election of new board members takes place on November 25th at 7:30pm at the Quidi Vidi Taproom, 35 Barrows Road (Quidi Vidi Village).

Questions? Email

NLVaxPass Coming to Techniplex

The Government of NL Proof of Vaccination requirement will come into effect this Friday October 22, 2021 and applies to indoor Ultimate at Techniplex.

Going forward, Techniplex staff will be checking players’ vaccine passports (or other eligible forms of proof) and photo IDs (or two non-photo IDs with one showing DOB) as people enter the building. MZU players who do not have proof of vaccination will not be permitted to enter.

Learn more about the vaccine passport, accepted forms of ID, and guidance for non-residents here:

Techniplex also reminds patrons of continuing COVID-19 requirements:
• You will not be permitted to enter until 5 minutes before your rental time.
• Use designated field entrances and exits.
• Masks are mandatory in the building at all times when you are not on your playing field.
• Please do not socialize in the lobby or on the field. Leave immediately following your game.
• Change rooms are not currently available.
• Spectators are not permitted in the building.

Please also remember these COVID-19 guidelines from MZU:
• Complete the online assessment:; stay home if you’re unwell.
• Maintain 2m space when marking the disc, and as much as possible during play and on sidelines.
• No contact such as high fives and no sharing equipment.
• Wrap up spirit circles and leave without delay.

Questions? Email

2021 Build-It-Yourself League

MZU is pleased to announce its Fall 2021 Build-It-Yourself League!

League format is 6-on-6 speedpoint. Games are at the Techniplex on Monday nights, September 27th to December 13th, and will be 55 minutes long starting at 8pm, 9pm, 10pm, and 11pm.

Teams will get 9 weeks of regular play + 3 weeks of playoffs. The league has room for 24 teams. If more teams express interest a lottery will be held.

Cost is ~$1075/team (assuming 24 teams) + applicable individual UNL fees.

Captains are invited to express interest by midnight, September 16th using this form.

All of the league details can be found here.

Crown and Anchor Fall League: 2021 Outdoor Fall Hat League

Get ready for our Quidi Vidi Brewery sponsored Crown and Anchor Fall League: 2021 Outdoor Fall Hat League!

We’re offering 6 weeks of play on Sunday nights from September 12th – October 24th (no game Thanksgiving Sunday) at King George V Field at a cost of $26 per individual + applicable UNL fees.

Registration is now open! Get all the details and the registration link here.

QV Brewery x MZU Reversible Jerseys!

Who wants one?

To celebrate our sponsorship with Quidi Vidi Brewery, we’re offering new QV Brewery x MZU reversible jerseys for purchase!

These reversibles are great when you need a dark/light jersey, so they’re perfect for hat leagues and pick up games.

Here’s a rough graphic of what the jersey will look like. Specs and sizing guidance are provided in the order form. You can check out sizing in person at the Quidi Vidi Hops Shop on 16 Harbour View Ave where they have a small and large sample on hand.

Cost: $27 (tax included)
Deadline to Order: August 29th
Expected Arrival: mid to late September 2021
Order form:

Send any questions or concerns to

Quidi Vidi Brewery Sponsorship

Mile Zero Ultimate is excited to announce our new Sponsor for 2021-2025, Quidi Vidi Brewing Co.!
We had big plans last year to work with QV to bring our members some awesome benefits, but COVID had other plans. So, we went back to the drawing board and came up with some great pandemic-friendly ideas.
Starting Summer 2021, we’re working with QV on these fun initiatives:
  • Beer and merch prizes for league awards
  • A local place to socialize after games. Players who wear their jerseys to the taproom after their game will receive $1 off pints
  • QVxMZU branded jerseys and discs
  • QV-themed team names for hat leagues
  • Most Spirited Team in summer league gets to brew its own beer (this includes choosing the style and name of the beer)
In the future, as pandemic restrictions start to ease, we’ll explore events with QV such as a playoff day beer tent, the summer end party, and taproom events such as trivia nights.
We’re really looking forward to this partnership and are so excited to have Quidi Vidi Brewery on board!

2021 Winter BIY League

UPDATED APRIL 2021: We did not receive approval from Sport NL and Public Health for our Return to Play plan in time to run a Winter BIY League.

Captains who expressed interest in Winter BIY have been contacted about renting field space for intra-squad practices and scrimmages.



A Message from the Board

A message from the MZU Board of Directors:

Our recent Facebook post regarding the Fall BIY League Award Winners has gained a lot of attention over the past week.

The board would like to be clear that we did not intend to slight any teams in the Fall BIY League by not awarding a league or division winners. Wherever your team finished in the ladder, we’re sure there are accomplishments to celebrate and we hope you’re proud of how you played. As announced at the start of the season, there were no playoffs in order to accommodate a maximum number of teams that would all receive the same number of games, during a period when we lost a timeslot each week due to COVID-required breaks between games. Obviously, choosing a “winner” of a league can be determined a number of ways. However, in our past leagues, winners have been determined by a set of playoffs. This league – the first we’ve ever run without playoffs – we used a different system in order to schedule the games in 4-week blocks, instead of weekly, to ensure every team received the same number of late games. This meant that some teams’ standings might have been skewed, due to the ladder not readjusting every week. All of these factors contributed to the decision to not name a league or bracket winners. It has not been practice to highlight other team or player accomplishments, so such announcements were not considered for the post last week. We regret that we did not make that clear at the outset when this league was advertised, or at the end as part of the awards post. We apologize for any misunderstandings or disappointment. We’ve followed the recent feedback on Facebook and understand that some of our members don’t agree with our approach to naming award winners this fall. The board will bear this in mind for future league decisions.

Secondly, we want to address the manner in which this recent feedback was received. We always want to hear from our members. Your ideas and concerns help us to improve the league and address issues as they occur, so thank you to those who commented. However, we are disappointed by the tone of the conversation that unfolded among MZU members. In all aspects of MZU, we want to promote a respectful environment for our players and members on the field , at MZU-sponsored events, and  on our social media and digital platforms. We encourage your feedback, but ask that you please take the time to provide it respectfully and constructively.  Where necessary our Harassment Policy may be applied and further action taken (e.g.,  removal of problematic public posts). We invite you to review  our Harassment Policy here.

We think this is a good time to reiterate that there is a vacant position for a Member at Large on the MZU Board of Directors. If you want to be more involved in the running of MZU and have more say in Board decisions, we strongly encourage you to join the effort. You can reach out with an expression of interest via email to

Lastly, as a reminder, there are multiple ways to communicate with the Board. You can connect with us on Facebook (publicly or privately),  send us an email at, or submit your feedback anonymously through this form, which is always accessible on the homepage of our website

Thank you for your patience while the Board conferred on this matter and prepared this response.