We get a LOT of questions from coaches considering coming to THE Spring Games. And for those coaches who have been here before but are excited to learn about our process improvements, this page will provide helpful information to let you know “what to expect!”

HOW DO I REGISTER?
We have a new registration portal for 2021 that allows you to have your own username and password and to update your travel and opponent preferences throughout the year. This new portal will allow us to avoid having to send out multiple surveys and will make it easier for you to have a customized experience.

HOW DOES SCHEDULING WORK?
We schedule in the order that registrations are received. In 2021, we will start the scheduling process in early August (for Division I teams) and September (for all other teams) and will begin scheduling based on the order that teams register for THE Spring Games.

In order for us to ensure the best experience for all teams, we will require that ALL coaches update their housing and scheduling details before we begin scheduling. This will allow us to best plan the daily schedule for each complex. By having all teams submit these details before we schedule, we will be able to complete all schedules by October (Division I) or November (all other Divisions).

WHERE WILL MY TEAM PLAY?
NCAA DIVISION I:
Madeira Beach R.O.C. Complex, Madeira Beach
Legends Way Ballfields, Clermont
Soldier’s Creek Softball Complex, Longwood

NCAA DIVISION II:
DiamondPlex Softball Complex, Winter Haven
Auburndale Softball Complex, Auburndale

NCAA DIVISION III:
Legends Way Ballfields, Clermont
Hancock Recreation Park, Clermont
Sleepy Hollow Sports Complex, Leesburg

NAIA:
Fortune Road, Kissimmee

NJCAA:
Oren Brown, Kissimmee
Fortune Road, Kissimmee

INDEPENDENT COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES:
May play any of the above Divisions at their primary complexes

All of these facilities will be available to view on our Facilities Page on our website.

WHERE SHOULD I STAY?
THE Spring Games is not a “stay to play” event; however, we do ask that teams stay in the County where they are playing. By staying in the County where your team is playing, we are better able to promote park improvements and renovations. There are plenty of affordable housing options within 30 minutes of each of the complexes mentioned, above.

We work with Spring Break Sports to provide quality and affordable housing to our teams. They do a great job of helping teams find housing options in their budgets. Regardless of how you book your housing, please pay close attention to your venues (based on your Division) so you know where to book your housing.

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO PARTICIPATE IN THE SPRING GAMES?
Visit our registration link under the Coaches’ tab for details about this year’s fees. You will save money if you register early! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TIMELINE

DIVISION I

February-June:
Early Registration

July:
Late Registration Begins July 1
Logo Contest Opens
Early Registration Fees are Due July 15
Scheduling Begins

August:
Logo Contest Continues
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September:
Late Registration Ends September 1
Logo Contest Continues
Scheduling Ends for Early Registrants
Scheduling Begins for Late Registrants

October:
Logo Contest Ends
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November:
Final Checklists Sent out
Pre-Orders Available

December:
NFCA!!!

January:
Housing Surveys Due
Pre-Orders End

February:
PLAY BALL!

March:
PLAY BALL!

DIVISION II, DIVISION III, NAIA, & JUCO

February-June:
Early Registration

July:
Late Registration Begins July 1
Logo Contest Opens
Early Registration Fees are Due July 15
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August:
Logo Contest Continues
Scheduling Surveys go out to Early Registrants

September:
Logo Contest Continues
Scheduling Surveys are Due for Early Registrants
Scheduling Begins for Early Registrants
.

October:
Logo Contest Ends
Late Registration Ends October 1
Scheduling Ends for Early Registrants
Scheduling Begins for Late Registrants

November:
Scheduling Ends for Late Registrants
Pre-Orders Available

December:
NFCA!!!

January:
Housing Surveys Due
Pre-Orders End

February:
PLAY BALL!

March:
PLAY BALL!