Get your tickets, reserve your seats, and mark your calendar for some of the area’s most thrilling upcoming sporting events!
Over 1,400 wrestlers ages 5 to 14 will take part in the 31st Jason Crawford Memorial Tournament. The tournament is known as the largest one-day youth wrestling tournament in the nation and brings in many spectators to catch the action. Learn more.
Spokane welcomes the United States Bowling Congress to Lilac Lanes, where they will host the 81st Annual Open and Women’s Tournament this spring. Over a series of 7 weekends, teams and individuals will compete to represent the State of Washington in the respective 2019 Tournaments for their classifications. Women's tournament. Open tournament.
This tournament has become tradition for volleyball enthusiasts living in Eastern Washington, Northern Idaho, Montana, and beyond. The tournament is in its fourth decade now and continues to allow those attending to celebrate and compete in the awesome sport of volleyball. Visit the website.
Established in 2002, The Empire Classic has been a popular attraction for the Northwest physique community for more than a decade. The event attracts bodybuilders, fitness, figure, bikini and physique competitors and fans from hundreds of miles away. Read more.
This annual track and field meet was first organized 55 years ago to honor the dedication of coach Jack Mooberry to the sport of track and field. The annual meet continues to bring in many athletes, keeping the tradition alive.
The 42nd annual conference is coming to Spokane. This conference attracts many of the athletic administrators from Washington middle schools and high schools.
For the 42nd year, Spokane once again welcomes participants from near and far to celebrate this community loved event. Visit the website.
Spokane Pony Baseball continues to put on great tournaments in our region. Kicking the summer off right, over sixty teams will travel from all around the Northwest for this tournament. Learn more.
Spokane, along with Whitworth University, is proud to welcome the NCAA back to the region, and for the second time, Spokane is hosting DIII Regional Baseball Championship. This event will showcase a great community asset, Avista Stadium, making for a great experience for athletes and spectators alike.
Spokane is excited to host the 36th USA Powerlifting Open Nationals. This annual event will spotlight the top equipped powerlifters in the country while they battle it out for opportunity to be selected for international level teams and events. View website.
The Northwest Athletic Conference returns to Spokane for another year of Softball Championships, bringing in over 15 teams for this competition.
In its seventh year, teams from Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and British Columbia will compete in the biggest lacrosse event to ever occur in Spokane. This tournament will be the ultimate weekend of lacrosse action-from quality games to food and merchandise vendors, it is going to be epic. Team registration now open.
The Spokane Boys Volleyball Club hosts over 350 athletes in this annual tournament. Competitors travel across Canada and the Western United States for a weekend of volleyball action. Learn more.
Spokane is excited to once again host the WIAA High School State Golf Championships at our beautiful golf courses throughout Spokane. This Championship will bring 400 of the states top golf athletes to the region, making for an unforgettable weekend. WIAA website
In its 22nd year, the WIAA & Dairy Farmers of Washington 1A, 1B, 2B Track and Field Championships will be held at Roos Field, located on the campus of Eastern Washington University. Each year we look forward to welcoming more than 1,500 athletes, 500 coaches, administrators and thousands of fans to this outstanding event. WIAA website.
Spokane looks forward to welcoming many of the states top softball players and teams to Dwight Merkel Sports Complex for the WIAA Softball State Championships. Dwight Merkel Sports Complex is an 80-acre venue complete with five lighted softball fields, making it an ideal location for a great weekend of high school softball action. WIAA website.
This annual long-standing event held in Spokane is back for another year. Brought to you by the Pacific Judo Academy, this will be a weekend of great competition from competitors around the Inland Empire. Get the details.
Spokane Pony Baseball brings yet another large tournament to Spokane with over 800 athletes and their families over the beautiful Memorial Day weekend. Learn more.
Spokane Indians Youth Baseball is hosting the 6th Annual Best in the Northwest Youth Baseball Invitational. This tournament offers excellent team competition, an outstanding facility, great awards for teams, making for a great baseball weekend. Tournament information.
The competition will be held at the Spokane Convention Center June 12–16 in 2018 and June 11–15 in 2019, which is also the home of one of USA Wrestling’s major Folkstyle Tour of America events, the Bigfoot Battle. The most recent Cadet National Duals were held in York, Pa., with Illinois winning the Freestyle team title and the Minnesota Storm capturing the Greco-Roman title. Read the announcement on USA Wrestling's website.
Spokane is proud to bring back USA Judo for their National and International Junior Olympic Championships. This event hosts over 1,100 athletes from around the world. The first two days of competition are Nationals and day three is the International Competition- this is a weekend you do not want to miss! Learn more.
Spokane Sports Commission is proud to host the 2018 USATF Masters Outdoor Championships in partnership with Inland Northwest Track & Field Association. There are no qualifying standards for USATF Master’s Championships. Although this event brings elite athletes from all over the country, anyone can compete in this event who meets the minimum age of 30 years old—a great opportunity for local track & field athletes. Athlete registration opens March 2018.
This prestigious event will bring approximately 1,500 athletes—representing an estimated 65 running clubs from around the country—in December of 2018. The economic impact is impressive with competitors and their families booking as many as 4,500 hotel room nights, injecting nearly $3 million dollars into the local economy. Read the full press release.
Something special happens to sporting events in the Spokane region. They thrill fans. They make the news. They break records. They win awards. They go down in history.
Here’s are just a few of them:
2017 USA Judo National & International Junior Olympic Championships
2017 USA BMX Lumberjack Nationals
2016 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championships 1st and 2nd Round
2015 USA Gymnastics Level 9 Western Nationals
2014 USA Gymnastics Trampoline & Tumbling National Championships
2013 NCAA Division II Cross Country Championships
2013 NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Championships 1st and 2nd Round
2012 U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Women’s Boxing
2012 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championships First and Second Rounds
2012 USJF/USJA Junior National Judo Championships
2011 NCAA Division II Cross Country Championships
2011 ASA Girls 14-Under “B” Softball National Championships
2011 USATF 15km Trail Nationals
2011 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championships First and Second Rounds
2011 NJCAA Wrestling National Championships
2010 USA Cross Country National Championships
2010 US Figure Skating Championships
2010 American Legion World Series
2009 National Veterans Wheelchair Games
2008 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championships Regionals
2008 USA Masters National Track & Field Championships
2008 USA Softball Women’s National Team “Bound for Beijing” Tour
2008 USATF National Club Championships
2007 US Figure Skating Championships
2007 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championships First and Second Rounds
2006 USATF National Junior Olympic Cross Country Championships
2006 West Coast Conference Basketball Championships
2003 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championships First and Second Rounds
2003 IRONMAN Coeur d’Alene: Occurred annually since 2003
2002 USA Triathlon National Championships
2002 UPA National Collegiate Ultimate Disc Championships
2002 AJGA Spokane Classic Junior Golf Tournament
2002 Skate America Figure Skating Championships
2002 US Tennis 12-Under National Championships
2002 US Field Archery World Team Trials
2001 NCAA Division I Women’s Regional Basketball Championships
2001 National Master’s Road Cycling Championships
2001 USA Triathlon National Championships
2001 USA National & Olympic Team Softball Exhibition
2001 USSA Regional Snowboard Junior Championships
2000 NCAA Division III Cross Country National Championships
2000 NORBA National Collegiate Mountain Bike Championships
2000 USA Badminton Senior National Championships
1999 National Masters Track & Field Championships
1999 USJI National Judo Championships
1998 USATF Junior National Track & Field Championships
1998 Memorial Cup Junior Hockey Championships
1997 NCAA Women’s Division I Volleyball Championships
1996 NORBA National Mountain Bike Championship Series
1996 National Masters Outdoor Track & Field Championships
1996 AAU Girl’s 16-Under/18-Under National Basketball Championships
1996 US Olympic Wrestling Trials
Sports don't just entertain. They improve communities. They drive economies. And no other organization brings sports events to the Inland Northwest like the Spokane Sports Commission. We are a nonprofit coalition of regional government; business and volunteers committed to recruiting and developing sports events. With these events come tourism dollars, entertainment and media attention attracting sports fans from around the world. Business wins. Kids win. Fans win, our region wins.
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