Dodgeball BC is a province-wide organization dedicated to promoting the sport of dodgeball at all levels within British Columbia. 


We seek to introduce dodgeball to new audiences, find opportunities to bring the community together, and increase the calibre of competitive play within BC. We do this through various tournaments, support for local leagues, clinic opportunities, and other avenues. 

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Dodgeball BC has tentatively settled on a location for the 2019 provincial tryouts, where we will select the one female and two male teams that will be representing the province at the National Dodgeball Championships in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, in the spring of 2019.

These tryouts will be held in late January in the greater Vancouver area, further details regarding the location and date are expected to be announced in mid to late December.
The selection process will differ significantly from the 2018 format. For more information on these changes visit

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Register now! What’s more thrilling than driving the Malahat in winter? The dodgeball waiting on the other side! On February 16, Victoria’s most enthusiastic players will breach the 49th parallel and find themselves deep in Jinglepot country, ready to face off against Nanaimo’s finest dodgeballers. Teams will go head-to-head in a day-long tournament featuring the rules and play style of both cities in equal amounts. The victor will claim a fantastic homemade trophy and some Dodgeball BC t-shirts, as well as a no-expenses paid trip to the Woodgrove Centre!

Spots are limited, so sign up your co-ed team today and prepare to make a whole lot of new dodgeball friends. All participants will also gain membership in Dodgeball BC. Teams from other communities are welcome to participate as well - we’re looking at you, Comox!

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Cost: $110 per team. That’s only like $14 a person!

2018 Dodgeball BC AGM

The Annual General Meeting of Dodgeball BC will happened in Victoria on November 23, 2018. Members voted to approve the finances of The Society and  elected several new directors. Thank you to all that came out to make the meeting a success - minutes will be available soon, and we look forward to introducing our new board in the coming months.


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The 2018 World Dodgeball Championships ran October 10 to 14 in Los Angeles, California. Our Canadian men brought home a bronze medal in an excellent match against Australia. The Canadian women narrowly missed out on bronze, reaching fourth place. We are extremely proud of our national athletes and look forward to the 2019 championships in Cancun, Mexico. Streamed matches are still available to watch on the USA Dodgeball Youtube channel: