Early Spring 2022 Dodgeball Massapequa Thursday Nights

Key Details

Season
Early Spring 2022 Dodgeball
Format
League
Game Day(s)
Thursday
Running
March 3rd to April 14th
7 Weeks
Starting
8:00pm - 9:30pm
Team Size
6 - 12 Players;
2 Girls Required
Location
LI Sports Dome
5600 Old Sunrise Hwy
Massapequa, 11758
Max Teams
8

What You Can Expect

We are using FOAM dodgeballs! The dodgeball has a SOFT coating and SOFT inner foam to reduce the chance of injury. You'll play a minimum of 4 games a night and gym-style pickup games after league games end. Those who play in the 3 leagues from November to April will have a guaranteed entry into the All-Star Draft Tournament held in the end of April.

Additional Info

You can have up to 12 on your team. 6 play on the court at a time (max 4 men)

Join our Facebook Group "Dodgeball on Long Island' to find teammates, get info about tournaments and share their favorite Dodgeball memes


All processing fees have been eliminated! Now the price you see is the exact price you pay!

Sign up your team by January 30th to be eligible for custom shirts

Free agents and small groups can expect to receive their team assignment one week prior to the start of the league.


All-Star Draft


Can't miss Early Spring Social Events!

3/19 St. Patrick's Day Bar Crawl in Massapequa Park

3/27 March Madness Beer Pong Tournament

Frequently Asked Questions

Nope! Most of our leagues and tournaments allow you to join as a free agent or with one or with a group of friends (while being kept together), in fact, most first time players join this way. When you register we'll ask a few simple questions and we'll do our best to fill out your roster with players like you. That said, the free agent pool for some leagues, like cornhole are limited so your best bet is to join with a friend and form a complete team.

Generally, registration covers the cost of equipment, facility use, umpires/refs and a team shirt. You'll also be given access to the various social events we host and sponsor throughout the year. 

Registration Details

We've eliminated all processing fees, the price you see is the price you'll pay.
Register Early and Save!

Team Fees

  • Early Registration : $700 $58.33 each with 12 players expires January 30th
  • Registration: $800 $66.67 each with 12 players expires February 14th
  • Late Registration : $890 $74.17 each with 12 players

Free Agent / Group Fees

  • Early Registration : $79 expires January 30th
  • Registration: $89 expires February 14th
  • Late Registration : $99
Join the Fun, Register Now!

Ways to Register

Register individually and either play as a free agent or tag some friends to ensure your placed together. We do our best to match similar types of players together to form a full team.
You can sign up with a group of friends and be put on the same team. Once registration ends we will merge you with other groups that compliment your group's demographics to create a full team.
A team captain registers and pays for the entire team. You'll need the names, emails and birthdates of all your teammates. Team size and gender requirements vary by league. Corporate Teams are always welcome in any of our leagues.

Connect with Us

Whether your looking to land on a team or just want to meet some of your future league mates our sport specific Facebook Groups are a great way to get connected to our LI Kick community before your league begins.

LI Sports Dome
LI Sports Dome

Custom Shirt Process

Registering a full team? Boost your team spirit and make a strong case for "Captain of the Year" by ordering custom shirts for your squad.

Sign up your full team by the end of early registration

Browse our catalog of popular shirts with known pricing or choose from our vendors catalog and get a custom price quote.

Optionally add Names, numbers or a logo to the back of your shirt.

Recieve your shirts for the first game of the season.

Rules

Players

  • Teams consist of 6 players per game. 
  • Legal Line-Up: There must be at least 1 girl on the court at all times 5M/1F. If a team cannot produce a legal line-up that team will be allowed to play short-handed but cannot replace a player of one gender with a player of another.
  • During the regular season, subs are allowed in the case that players can not play. For subs during the postseason contact the league director before the night of playoffs.
  • On a catch, the players come back in from the order in which they were out with the subs from the team being the first players in while following gender rules. 


Match-

  • All Teams will arrive at the same time and play 4 10-minute games each night
  • We will be rotating matchups each week so make sure you check your schedule weekly
  • Each game will be played with a 10-minute timer. You will be able to fit as many matches as possible within the 10 minutes for each opponent. 
  • In the event of any 1 v 1 situation where nobody is throwing the ball, we will go to a no-blocking rule that is at the discretion of the referee. 


Rush 

  • Each game will start with players behind the backline 
  • When the referee starts the clock the team may only go for the balls on their right side of the court.
  • The balls have to be cleared back to the white line before throwing the ball on opening rush. After clearing the white line once players may then go up to the centerline to throw the ball.


Outs 

  • I. A player will be deemed out when: 
  • They are hit with a live ball. (Clothing is considered part of the body.) or
  • They are struck by a ball that bounces off of a teammate or a ball a teammate possesses or
  • They throw a ball and it is caught before it hits the floor, the wall or the ceiling or
  • They step or fall outside of the boundaries including, Sidelines, backlines, and the centerline(must have the full foot over to be called out) or
  • They drop the ball they are possessing when trying to block a ball thrown at them(see blocking). 


Blocking 

  • Players can defend themselves from a ball by blocking it with another ball. No part of the thrown ball can hit any part of the player’s body, it must only hit the ball. Also the player must remain in control of the blocking ball. A player that drops the ball as a result of being hit, will be deemed out. 


Burden and Stalling 

  • Stalling is when a team/player is deliberately trying to delay the game. 
  • Each court will have a deemed "burden ball" which will be a ball of a specific color. If both sides have 3 balls the team with the burden ball will have to throw first
  • Teams will have 10 seconds to clear burden(majority of balls on their side) once all balls are on the court and the referee signals burden count
  • If a referee rules a team/player is stalling, a ten-second countdown will begin. By the end of this countdown, the team that holds the advantage must throw enough dodgeballs to give ‘advantage’ to the opposing team. 
  • If by the end of the ten-second countdown, a team/player failed to follow these rules, all balls will go to the other team. 
  • In any 1 on 1 situation, longer than 60 seconds there will be a no-blocking rule to ensure there is no stalling out the clock. 


Boundaries 

  • The dimensions of the court will be the size of the volleyball court. 
  • Players must remain in the dimensions of the court as best as possible. 
  • Players that have been knocked out or teams that are not playing are expected to retrieve balls. It will be strongly encouraged for active players to stay in the boundaries at all times. 
  • Players in bounds may retrieve a ball out of bounds by exiting through the backline with a hand in the air. However, if they catch the ball behind the backline the catch will not count and will play on 
  • Players who are out of bounds retrieving a ball and still get hit are still out
  • When returning back in from a catch players are eligible to get hit once they step into play. 
  • A player has to make first contact within the boundaries when catching a ball(momentum catch rules) and land in bounds. If the catch is made while falling out of bounds the catch will count and they will still be in the game. 


PLAYER CONDUCT

  • Have fun, play fair.
  • Respect the integrity and judgment of the referees
  • Be responsible for your actions and be honest
  • If rules are not followed, Cards can be given out verbally.
  • During a match: If a player receives two (2) yellow cards or (1) red card, that player will be ejected from the game currently going on; plus the following game.
  • Players can receive cards at the discretion of the league director for arguments with the referee, cheating/not taking their outs, disrupting play of the game, other unsportsmanlike conduct


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