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San Jose Spiders

4/27/18 at Foothill College

Doors Open at 7:00 pm / Game Starts at 7:30 pm

The San Diego Growlers are a professional ultimate disc team competing in the American Ultimate Disc League’s (AUDL) West Division.  We are committed to growing the sport of ultimate and its core values of respect, fairness, and the joy of play through athletic excellence and community service.

Played with a 175 gram flying disc instead of a ball, Ultimate combines the non-stop play of soccer, with elements of football and basketball to create a truly exciting and beautiful spectator sport.

The 2018 AUDL season runs from early April to mid-July. The regular season consists of 14 games (7 home, 7 away), where we will battle against the best ultimate teams and players in the country. Sign up for our newsletter below and follow us on social media to stay up to date and get notified when tickets are available!

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Latest News

1st Place Growlers Outlast Cascades

April 21st, 2017 — Following a rainy road win in Seattle the previous week, the Growlers hosted the Cascades in sunny San Diego for their home opener. Perfect playing conditions resulted in an offensively dominated performance by each team with exciting back and forth action and numerous lead changes.
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Growlers Summit Cascades in the Rain

April 14, 2018 — The San Diego Growlers figured it was going to be a difficult test as they traveled to cold and rainy Seattle to square off with the Cascades. Obviously, the team doesn’t usually face these types of weather conditions, but they prepared as best they could with rain gear and were determined to fully embrace the challenge.
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Growlers Fall in LA

April 7th, 2017 — The Los Angeles Aviators hosted the San Diego Growlers in a SoCal rivalry game to start the 2018 AUDL season. Each team knew the other’s playing style and personnel well, and there were some familiar faces on the opposing sidelines this year. LA was at full strength, coming off a West Division finals loss in the 2017 playoffs, while San Diego came up just short last year and were missing 6 starters for this game.
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