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The Salt Lake Lions are a professional Ultimate Disc team


  • Heart
  • Honor
  • Integrity
  • Pride
  • Humility
The Salt Lake Lions are a professional Ultimate Disc (Frisbee) team in the AUDL (American Ultimate Disc League). This pro sports team was organized in August of 2012, and had their first games in April 2014.
The professional disc season runs April – June with the Playoffs and Championship in July.
There were 8 teams in the AUDL for their first season in 2012, and their 2013 season had 12 teams. There are currently 17 teams in the AUDL, with plans for 24 in 2015 and an eventual 32 across North America in the coming years.

To spread the game of Ultimate Disc throughout the world. To unify, foster and grow the sport of Ultimate Disc in the state of Utah. To make “Ultimate Disc” a household name. To create scholastic recognition of the sport across the United States so all youth can be involved in the best game ever created.


To provide fans with a high-intensity, entertaining and safe professional sporting experience. To have that experience carry over into the fan’s everyday life, and spread to their friends and family. To engulf the media with outstanding feats of athleticism, sportsmanship and humility. To enrich the lives of the people around us.


It is the soul of every creature, every team and every athlete. The Salt Lake Lions are 100% heart!
Honor stands for so many things: esteem, reputation, recognition, privilege, fame, credit, exaltation, chastity, purity, ethics and so on. The Lions do their best to uphold each and every one of these things.
A symbol of every great warrior can be found in his integrity: Lions players are held to a high moral code which demands only the best of this ingredient.
It is important to put a great deal effort into anything you wish to be extraordinary at, and then to take pride in the accomplishments you reap.

“Vanity and pride are different things, though the words are often used synonymously. A person may be proud without being vain. Pride relates more to our opinion of ourselves, vanity to what we would have others think of us.”

? Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice
For never forgetting that everything you do is owed, in part, to many other people. That you could not have accomplished what you have without their assistance.