Attending an adult British Dodgeball event after the 15th September 2021 requires British Dodgeball membership, alongside playing registration.
If you wish to compete in any British Dodgeball events for a university teams or adult community club then you must first become a member of British Dodgeball and agree to abide by our Code of Conduct first. All you need to do is fill out the form on the British Dodgeball Membership page.
If you’re a club manager and looking to submit a bulk player registration for your members, please use the following link (Google account required): Bulk Registration Form.
There are a few points to note:
- If you are a young person aged 15+ playing for an adult community club, you will need to register via the Junior Registration form below, with parental permission. Juniors are not required to get British Dodgeball Membership to play (unless you would like to support us).
- If you are a student competing only in BUCS dodgeball events, you are not required to sign up for British Dodgeball Membership. You must however complete the Player Registration form on the membership product page. If you wish to play at British Dodgeball events, you will need to purchase British Dodgeball Membership.
- If you are new to the game and competing in your first British Dodgeball event, you are not required to purchase British Dodgeball Membership (unless you wish to), but you are still required to complete the Player Registration form on the British Dodgeball membership product page.
If you’re already signed up on our site, you can review and edit your details via your online profile here.
In order to help members develop new clubs whilst supporting existing ones, members may now sign up for a Secondary club along with their Primary one. Providing both clubs and British Dodgeball give consent (on a case-by-case basis), players will be able to represent a secondary club in different competitions to their primary club.
E.g. A player may play for a national league division 1 team for club A, and support new club B’s development by playing for them in the regional leagues.
A junior player may play for club C in the under 14’s league, and pick up additional experience by playing for club D in the under 16’s league (where club C has not entered).
The idea behind this is not to lead to teams ‘cherry-picking’ the best players, but to support the development of the sport by ensuring new clubs have the confidence to enter competitions and established clubs remain sustainable. If you would like to be considered for a Secondary club after filling out this form, please email [email protected] for adults and [email protected] for juniors.