The Fox Cities has a history of hosting competitions in nearly every sport you can think of. With over 120 sporting events hosted here annually, we have a proven track record of success. Select from the list below to see some of our top competition venues. We look forward to hosting your event here in the future!
Home to the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers, the Class A affiliate of the Milwaukee Brewers, the Fox Cities is known as one of the most passionate baseball communities in the Midwest. The NCAA Division III Baseball Championships and Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA) Spring Baseball Championships have been hosted here every year since 2000. Over 10 different youth baseball organizations and dozens of tournament-ready baseball fields await your event in the Fox Cities.
The Fox Cities is a hotbed for basketball talent and we have the court space to accommodate the best teams in the country. Colleges, high schools, and private venues dot the map and give tournament directors plenty of options to choose from when selecting a site for their events.
The Fox Cities knows how to host bowling tournaments. Numerous state championships for men's, women's, high school, and youth bowlers have taken place at bowling centers in the Fox Cities. Super Bowl in Appleton and Sabre Lanes in Menasha both boast 48 lanes, while Neenah's Classic Lanes Fox Valley feature 36. The easy drive between these venues along with loads of dining, lodging, and entertainment options make the Fox Cities an ideal tournament location.
The State of Wisconsin is quickly becoming a destination for golfers from around the world due to our supreme courses and one-of-a-kind hospitality. The Fox Cities is no exception as we feature nine 18-hole courses, all within a short drive of each other. Multiple state championship tournaments have been hosted at courses throughout the Fox Cities.
The action heats up during the winter months as competitions take to the ice in the Fox Cities. Built in 2004, Appleton Family Ice Center is home to Lawrence University Hockey, the Fox Cities Ice Dogs, the Valley Figure Skating Club, and the Appleton Area Hockey Association. Tri-County Ice Arena, home to the Fox Valley Youth Hockey Association, is in nearby Neenah and the Appleton Curling Club features four sheets of bonspiel-ready ice.
A bounty of options await directors looking to host a sporting event in the Fox Cities. Lawrence University in Appleton is a NCAA Division III athletic program featuring 22 varsity sports. A total of 13 high schools in the Fox Cities offer a full range of facilities and seven private multi-use facilities contain a variety of attributes that could fit almost any event. Fieldhouses, natatoriums, turf fields, hard courts, and auditoriums are just a start of the types of venues you will find here.
You name the sport and the Fox Cities probably has a venue and a host group ready and waiting for your event. Disc Golf? We have four of the best 18-hole courses in the state. Running Events? Marathons, Triathlons, 5-K's, and mud runs, we can host them all. Auto-Racing? We have a track that has hosted some of NASCAR's biggest stars. We are just one call away from finding the perfect venue for your next event.
Thanks to strong local clubs and large, high quality complexes, the Fox Cities is becoming a destination for soccer teams from throughout the Midwest looking to play against the best teams and play on the best surfaces. Scheels USA Youth Sports Complex has regularly hosted the prestigious US Youth Soccer Midwest Region Championships and the Wisconsin Youth Soccer Association Spring State Championships. Soccer tournaments with 20 to 220 teams will find room to play in the Fox Cities.
Whether it is a youth fastpitch tournament, an adult slow-pitch tournament, or a men's fastpitch tournament, the Fox Cities has the right venue for your softball tournament. The Fox Cities abounds with active youth clubs that can host and participate in local tournaments. Kimberly's Sunset Park is known as one of the best fastpitch softball venues in the country having hosted numerous men's world tournaments and girl's state and regional championships.
Both indoor and outdoor options are available to those looking to host a competitive swimming events in the Fox Cities. Appleton's Erb Park is a one of a kind outdoor pool and must be seen to be believed! Colleges and high schools have your pool needs covered throughout the year!
There is a great history of fine tennis facilities and immensely talented players in the Fox Cities. A number of private clubs can serve as great site for indoor racquet sport competitions. Parks and schools in nearly every community of the Fox Cities will have ample court space for events.
The Fox Cities is home to some of the top volleyball players and teams in the state and your event will have no problem finding a great venue. Colleges, high Schools, and private clubs feature plenty of hardwood court space while two indoor complexes and area parks have your sand court needs covered!
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Appleton Alliance Church
Located on Appleton Alliance Church campus. Features 2 soccer fields, 2 outdoor lighted basketball courts, and 2 indoor basketball courts.See More
Appleton Curling Club
Features 4 sheets of ice in addition to a clubroom and a unique 2-level viewing lounge of the ice.See More
Appleton East High School
Lighted Football Field: 3,000 capacity, restrooms, concession area, and press box.
Pool: 6-lane, 100 capacity
Appleton Family Ice Center
Year-round regulation ice rink (85'x200'), locker rooms, concessions, and seating for 1,200.See More
Appleton North High School
Home to over 2,000 students, the Appleton North 'Lightning' offers over 20 varsity sports. Appleton North's outdoor venues include 2 baseball fields, a lighted football field with a seating capacity of 3,600, 400-meter, 8-lane rubber track, and 2 softball fields. Indoors features a field house with a seating capacity of 2,700 and an 8-lane, 25-yard pool with a seating capacity of 300.See More
Appleton West High School
Appleton West High School features a new state-of-the-art, $900,000 outdoor track and field. It features a lighted football field surrounded by an 8-lane rubberized track, with bleacher seating, concessions, a press box, and restrooms. There are also 8 outdoor tennis courts. Inside features a large gymnasium and a 6-lane, 25-yard pool with a seating capacity of 300.See More
Appleton Xavier High School
Gymnasium, Lighted Football field with a capacity of 2,500,restrooms, concessions area, and press box, 2 soccer fields, and a softball field.See More
Bridgewood Golf Course
A 9-hole golf course, par 35, 3,005 yards located at Best Western Bridgewood Resort Hotel.See More
Butte Des Morts Country Club
Members-only club. Features an 18-hole golf course, par 70, 5738 yards, a 10 foot pool, tennis court, outside bar and grille, and a 36,000 square foot clubhouse.See More