Together with the Soccer Association of Columbia (SAC), Elite Tournaments hosts the Amanda Post Memorial Soccer Tournament. There are two weekends for this annual soccer tournament, one for the girls and one for the boys; but this is not just another day for these young U9-12 tournament participants to play soccer. Continue reading
With many exhilarating events this past year, 2017 was an important year for the sport tourism industry! Here’s what to look forward to in wrapping up 2017 as well as events happening in the first few months of 2018 in Maryland. Continue reading
Located only 20 miles southwest of Baltimore’s iconic and historic Inner Harbor, the Bob Lucido Fields at Covenant Park offer an abundance of perfectly maintained fields for your next soccer event. Continue reading
Based out of Howard County, Corrigan Sports Enterprises creates, manages and hosts sports and event marketing opportunities throughout the United States, 26 years and counting. Continue reading
Based out of Howard County, Elite Tournaments goes above and beyond simply setting the stage for youth soccer players to slide tackle, shoot and score. Elite Tournaments works to provide professionalism to youth and adult sporting events through organizational efficiency, specialized management, and operational proficiency. Continue reading
With topography as varied as the U.S. itself, Maryland is primed and ready to host any event a sports planner has in mind. From mountain biking and whitewater kayaking in Western Maryland, to marlin fishing in Ocean City, to soccer in the plethora of sports-field complexes spread across the state, to cheerleading and gymnastics events in the Baltimore City and Ocean City Convention Centers, to indoor or outdoor tennis complexes to baseball in no less than nine minor league ballparks and more, the state has much to offer. It’s also accessible to travelers using any mode of transportation. In short, according to Terry Hasseltine, executive director of Maryland Sports, it’s a perfect location, and one planners should be considering in their site selection decisions.
This summer the world is watching Rio, and we at Maryland Sports are no different. 12 Marylanders are competing in the Olympics, 11 for Team USA and one for Team Jamaica. From the opening
ceremony we could see the presence of our Maryland Olympians when Michael Phelps (Baltimore) led Team USA in the parading of countries. Continue reading