Stars & Stripes Scrimmage // Guys & Dolls

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    Stars & Stripes Scrimmage // Guys & Dolls

    The Dollhouse
    8:00 pm
    $10 in advance // $12 at the door

Help the San Diego Derby Dolls round off a week of Independence Day celebrations with Stars & Stripes Scrimmage! This special edition of Guys & Dolls will be Red vs Blue. Please make sure you have number legible on the back of your jersey. Patriotic attire encouraged.

The San Diego Derby Dolls are proud to present Guys & Dolls: Coed Recreation League. Events are held monthly at the Derby Dolls San Diego training facility, The Dollhouse. Players from all leagues or without league affiliation are welcome to participate so long as they meet minimum skills standards.

  • Open to men and women skaters 18+
  • Must meet minimum skills for WFTDA/RDCL
  • All flat track will be played by current WFTDA rules
  • All banked track will be played by current RDCL rules

Recreation League participants must fill out a Code of Conduct and Facility Waiver to participate. Each participant must carry primary medical or accident insurance. USARS/WFTDA insurance is not considered sufficient coverage. Proof of insurance and valid ID must be shown upon registration. Once registered, participant may return to Recreation League for the remainder of the calendar year without further paperwork.

Recreation League is $10.00 in advance or $12.00 at the door for participating skaters. There is no charge for officials and spectators, but they must still fill out required paperwork for entrance. Recreation League is held monthly on a Friday night.

Doors: 7:30pm
Scrimmage: 8-10pm

The Dollhouse is located in downtown San Diego, California.  Exact facility address will appear on your order confirmation.  If you need additional details please email

Handicap Access

Our private facility is not fully ADA compliant, but we’re willing to help you out in any way we can! Our track is on the second floor of the warehouse. When ordering tickets, please let us know if you require any sort of assistance.

Gallery Contributing Photographer: Tristan King