Trampoline Dodgeball Leagues


House of Air, in association with the American Trampoline Dodgeball Association of America, offers trampoline dodgeball leagues!

Each league only has 8 team spots available. Want to play? Call us to get in on the action or for more information! (415) 345-9675


What?

Trampoline Dodgeball League

  • 8 on 8 in the Colosseum
  • Matches are 8 minutes long
  • Team with the MOST games won in 8 minutes time wins the match. If tied after 8 minutes there will be a single TIE-BREAKER game
  • 7 week season with each team playing 3 games per night every week.
  • The 8th week will be double elimination championship tournament!

When?

  • Tuesday Night League: 7pm – 9pm
  • Thursday Night League: 7pm – 9pm

Cost

$800 per team. In addition to full park access on game nights, a championship night and all the fun you can handle, Dodgeballers also get a pair of ridiculously cool knee high grip socks!


Gear

  • Be sure to wear athletic clothing – you will get hot and sweaty!
  • Team uniforms and costumes are welcomed and encouraged!



Dodgeball Rules

Game

  • Each match is 8 minutes long, teams play as many games as possible.
  • A team wins a game when they get all the opposing players out.
  • Each team starts with 3 balls.
  • Each team starts with 8 players on each team; minimum of 3 female players on per team.
  • The team who won the most games at the end of 8 minutes won the match.
  • If the case of a tie, a tie breaker game is held.

You are out if

  • You are hit with a ball ANYWHERE ON YOUR BODY.
  • You throw a ball and someone catches it.
  • You cross the green boundary, including reaching over for a ball.
  • You argue with the referee.
  • You attempt to block a ball with another ball and drop the ball being used for blocking.

 

When you are out

  • Walk across the center green pads with your hands wrapped around your head.

 

Other rules

  • Only 1 person is out per throw.
  • A ball is defined as dead once it touches ANYTHING: person, trampoline, mat, etc!
  • Only the player who the ball is being thrown at may catch it to get the thrower out.
  • You may catch a ball with any part of your body.
  • Referees have the final say.