High School All Stars Baseball and Softball
Downtown Pensacola 101 W Main St. Pensacola, Florida 32502 (850) 434-2800
No matter what your sport, and whether you want to participate or just take in a game, you’ll find it in Pensacola. Pensacola boasts two professional sports franchises, two college athletic programs and one of America’s most renowned short-track racecar events. Pensacola Bay is now the primary training base for American Magic, the U.S. yacht racing team that competes for the America’s Cup. What’s more, Pensacola has an array of running, cycling, boating, sailing, tennis, golf, target shooting, plus college-level championships and youth sporting events that draw elite athletes to the city.
From spectator to participant, Pensacola has many sporting events for you.
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The AA affiliate of the Miami Marlins, the Pensacola Blue Wahoos play baseball at Community Maritime Park in downtown Pensacola.
Two area colleges, multiples championships, endless enjoyment – see what’s happening at the University of West Florida and Pensacola State College
Southern Professional Ice Hockey provides an entertaining, fast-paced, and family-friendly environment inside the Pensacola Bay Center.
Running and Endurance
From pristine bays to the turquoise waters of the Gulf of Mexico, Pensacola is the perfect backdrop for running and endurance events.
Pensacola is a hub for water sports. From varsity contenders like American Magic, to recreational explorers, Pensacola is a mecca for water lovers.
Five Flags Speedway is a short track speedway which is home to the premier short track event, the Snowball Derby.
From coastal breezes and Audubon awards to stately pines, golfing on the Gulf is an escape worth planning and area courses are sure to tee up surprises.
For those looking to play, Pensacola has a full calendar of recreational sports to keep your heart pumping year-round.
With an average of 343 days of sunshine and the sugar-white sands of the beaches of Pensacola, who wouldn’t want to host a sporting event in the Pensacola Bay Area?