Dodgeball Clubs in the Republic of Ireland

Dublin Dodgeball Club

The Dublin Dodgeball Club is a group for anyone wanting to try a hand at the sport. In the Dublin Dodgeball Club the emphasis is as much on having fun as it is on the sport. This club has also particpated in trampoline leagues in the past. They usally train on Sunday and Wednesday evenings. Training locations include Firhouse Community & Leisure Club and Bluebell Community Centre.

Galway Dodgeball Club

The Galway Dodgeball Club was established to bring people together to play dodgeball and have great nights out. This club normally trains on Tuesday evenings in the Sportsdome in Salerno.

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Waterford Dodgeball Club

Ireland's first dodgeball club usually trains on Wednesday evenings in De La Salle School Hall. This club is for anyone wanting to try out this unique and fun sport, while also having a laugh and making some new friends.

Regional clubs are the backbone of any sporting community. Dodgeball is still a fledgling sport in Ireland, however it is continuously developing and gaining popularity, and with its growth we are seeing more regional dodgeball clubs being established. There are currently four dodgeball clubs operating in the Republic of Ireland, with plans to increase this number in the near future. If you are a willing coach, teacher, player or just an interested sports enthusiast that has the ambition to set up a new club, we would love to hear from you and offer any support that we can.

 

Please find some further details regarding Ireland's regional dodgeball clubs below.

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Trinity College Dublin Dodgeball Club

This was Ireland's first university dodgeball club. It is a social sports club that normally trains on Thursday evenings (during term time) in the Main Sports Hall in Trinity College Dublin.

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UCC Dodgeball Club

This is Ireland's newest dodgeball club, the first dodgeball club in the Cork region, and Ireland's second univserity dodgeball club. Follow them via Facebook or Instagram for updates on training session details.

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