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Welcome New and Returning Players!

As we prepare to host the Stonewall Sports 10th Annual National Tournament & Summit in the Twin Cities, July 18-21, we're excited to share that we'll have nine sports and three exhibition tournaments in which players may participate. We're working to create the largest tournament ever and we hope you're planning to join the fun!

Wondering what to wear? Our Uniform Policy lays out the requirements. Suggested dress for each night's event will be announced. The summer weather in the Twin Cities is pleasant with temperatures ranging from around 70 degrees Fahrenheit to 90 degrees Fahrenheit.

Worried about the cost? We offer a Player Assistance Fund to help make the tournament more affordable.

Wondering what to play? Each sport has its own page with details about tournament play, a link to the rules and the venue location. Click any or all of the links below to learn more.

Stonewall Sports is dedicated to creating a tournament made up of diverse participants in inclusive spaces. Our tournament Code of Conduct describes our values and our expectations for our teams and players.

Pool player leaning over table about to make a shot.


Bocce player throwing ball.


Bowler on the lanes


Group of Stonewall players in pink


Dodgeballer getting ready to throw

Dodgeball Classic

Dodgeballers getting ready to throw the balls

Dodgeball Showcase

Volleyballer blocking at the net

Indoor Volleyball

Pitcher about to pitch

Kickball Classic

Player catching a ball

Kickball Remix

Group cheering


Player about to hit

Sand Volleyball

Photo of tennis serve


Please note: All information related to tournament structure and rule books is subject to change at the discretion of the tournament's leadership. Captains will be expected to be the primary points of contact for their players. If you have questions or concerns, please contact the sports managers for your individual sports. Player conduct and game integrity is a core component of providing a positive experience for all. The tournament's leadership will have the express right to remove or ban a player without refund for violations of our player conduct policy.