The Military Band-Aid Softball Tournament is the second largest military softball tournament in the world
Who we are
The Military Band-Aid Softball Tournament is the second largest military softball tournament in the world, and is hosted in the beautiful city of Colorado Springs, Colorado. Being ranked as one of the top three military towns as well as being centrally located within the continental United States, it is just a natural fit for the tournament to continuously be hosted within the city.
The tournament was created specifically for medical personnel within the various military branches and was very successful and continuously grew year after year. In the late 1990’s and early 2000’s participation in the tournament had begun to decrease due to increased deployments of military personnel and the decrease in participation led to the invitation of first responders in 2003 which incorporated security forces and firefighters. In 2007 the tournament was finally opened to all military varsity teams, and was the turning point of the tournament.
What We do
The event currently hosts over 50 teams spanning from across the globe and consists of over 600 military members, veterans, and DOD civilians, as well as their families. The tournament schedules over 200 games on 8 different fields at 2 separate complexes within the Colorado Springs area. On top of the Military Band-Aid Softball tournament, we also play host to a variety of other events over the four days such as a golf tournament, over 40’s softball tournament, along with the Pikes Peak national invitational softball tournament.
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