2021 National Championship Host: Brampton, ON

2021 NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS JULY 29 - AUGUST 2, 2021

 

BRAMPTON, ON

Mens B
Mens 35 C
Mens 35 D
Mens 50 A
Mens 50 IM
Mens 50 E
Womens 35 Comp
Womens 35 IM/E
Coed Comp
Coed C
Coed D
Coed E

Welcome To Brampton!

From a settlement in the early 1800s to an officially designated City in 1974, today, Brampton is a diverse, cosmopolitan, and vibrant place to be. Brampton is the fastest growing and the 9th largest city in Ontario.

Located 20 minutes immediately north of Lester B. Pearson International Airport, teams will have quick access to a variety of lodging & hotel options in addition to an abundance of culturally diverse hospitality offerings in restaurants and bars across the city.

Tournament Headquarters:  Sesquicentennial Park (11333 Bramalea Road)

Sesquicentennial might be a mouthful, but this massive 96-acre park is dedicated to sports. The park is actually considered a sports park, with eight fenced softball diamonds and a fieldhouse that provides washrooms and shelter for tournament participants. The hospitality centre for the tournament will be at Sesquicentennial Park, and the fieldhouse will be the tournament operations hub, home to our beer garden, food vendors, Homerun Sports, entertainment & activities and Umpire Central! 

 

Offering more than 6,000 acres of parkland, Brampton provides access to a wide variety of outdoor activities. The City also enjoys a vast inventory of libraries, hospital services, educational facilities, shopping centres and places of worship. People from around the world have come together to live, work, play and pray in this City. Brampton residents represent more than 170 different cultures and speak more than 70 languages.

 

CAA Centre – (7575 Kennedy Road South)

is located just off of HWY 407, and features 5 slo-pitch diamonds and a hospitality area. This facility will be used as an offsite venue in addition to tournament headquarters. The CAA Centre is approximately 15 minutes (driving time) from Sesquicentennial Park.

 


 

Your hosts for the 2020 National Championships will be the Ontario Region of Slo-Pitch National, lead by Regional Director Trish Harrow Rodic and Ontario Program Coordinator Wayne Barr.

Trish and Wayne can be reached at the Ontario Region Office at (416) 674-1802 or via email  Trish@slo-pitch.com or Wayne@slo-pitch.com

 

 

Slo-Pitch National membership discount program SPN4YOU.
We welcome you to enjoy the discounts below at the 2021 National Championships.

 

BUY 10 GET 10 FREE WINGS with PROMO CODE SPN4YOU (ONTARIO ONLY)*

Slo-Pitch National members receive 10 free wings when using the discount code SPN4YOU. To find the nearest location go to:
https://www.hooters.to/
*Ontario Locations Only, Valid with Purchase of a Beverage. Dine In Only.

10% OFF FROM KAHUNAVERSE SPORTS GROUP

Slo-Pitch National members receive 10% off at Kahunaverse Sports Group when using the discount code SPN4YOU. Go to the nearest location or shop online at https://www.kahunaverse.com/ .  

*some exceptions apply and does not apply to sale items.

 

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