Surrey, BC – The BC Junior Ultimate Championships (BCUC) are set to take place at Newton Athletic Park on July 6 and 7. This year’s event will have a record number of teams and clubs participating.

“Hosting the BC Junior Ultimate Championships highlights Surrey’s dedication to fostering youth sports and promoting community engagement through athletic events,” said Mayor Brenda Locke. “I understand this year’s provincial championship is the biggest ever with more than 30 teams and 700 athletes from across British Columbia. We are thrilled to welcome athletes, their families, and supporters to our city for this exciting event.”

As the provincial championships and a key qualifier for the Canadian Ultimate Championships in August, the tournament will offer intense competition and exciting displays of skill. For more details, visit the event page.

“We are excited to see such a strong turnout for this year’s championships,” said Brian Gisel, General Manager of BC Ultimate Society. “BCUC Juniors is one of our most exciting tournaments, bringing together top junior athletes. Increased interest at the high school level has led to more junior club programs targeting BCUC and Nationals as their peak events. We look forward to another great event in 2024.”

Surrey is the hub for hosting premier sporting events, offering welcoming, world-class and accessible facilities. The City’s Sport Tourism Strategy aims to advance Surrey as a leader in the sport tourism industry, driving economic benefits and fostering sport development opportunities. For more information about hosting events in Surrey, visit

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