Officials with Florida Citrus Sports have announced the NFL Pro Bowl Games are returning to Camping World Stadium in Orlando in February 2024.
The 2022 Special Olympics USA Games, presented by Jersey Mike’s Subs, are coming to Orlando this summer, uniting more than 5,500 athletes and coaches from all 50 states and the Caribbean at various venues around town.
From June 5-12, the Games will offer 19 Olympic-style team and individual sports, including athletics (track & field), basketball, bocce, bowling, cheerleading, equestrian, flag football, golf, gymnastics, open water swimming, powerlifting, soccer, softball, stand up paddleboard, surfing, swimming, tennis, triathlon and volleyball.
The 2021 Florida Cup is coming up on July 25 and 28 at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, with two great matches featuring the world’s top professional teams kicking off at 6pm ET each evening.
Major League Soccer will resume its 25th season with the “MLS is Back” Tournament at Walt Disney World’s ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex from July 8 to August 11.
Clubs will begin arriving in Orlando as early as June 24 for preseason training. Clubs that can conduct full team training in their markets pursuant to the league’s medical and testing protocols must arrive no later than seven days before their first match.
Last month we reported that the NBA was looking to restart its 2019-2020 season, and was in talks with Walt Disney World to host the games at its ESPN Wide World of Sports complex (WWoS).
This week, the NBA Board of Governors today approved a competitive format to restart the 2019-20 season with 22 teams returning to play and a tentative start date of Friday, July 31.
The Orlando SeaWolves welcomes soccer fans of all ages to their free 2019 Fan Fest at Osceola Heritage Park in Kissimmee on November 17.