Ford Fields is preparing for another successful year of baseball and softball tournaments, including the United States Specialty Sports Association (USSSA) youth baseball, Stars Over Texas and Nations. The season kicks off this weekend with the Valentine’s Day Classic.


* Feb. 11-12: Nations Valentine’s Day Classic

* Feb. 18-19: USSSA February Frost

* Feb. 21: Legacy vs Buna

* Feb. 25-26: Stars Over Texas / Nations Tournaments

* March 3-4: Nations March Madness

* March 8: Legacy vs Bay Area Christian

* March 10-11: USSSA March Madness

* March 17-18: Nations St. Patrick’s Day Showdown

* March 23: Legacy vs Galveston O’Connell

* March 24-25: Stars Over Texas -The Texas Open

* March 31-April 1: Nations April Fool’s Day Classic

* April 5: Legacy vs Katy Faith West

* April 14-15: Nations – Spindletop Boom

* April 21-22: USSSA Texas Slugfest Super NIT

* April 28-29: Nations Best of the Best

* May 5-6: Stars Over Texas – Sabine River Rumble NIT

* May 12-13: USSSA Lights Out

* May 19-20: Nations Spring Fling

* May 26-27: USSSA May Faceoff

* June 2-3: USSSA Tournament

* June 8-10: USFA State Tournament 10U & 12U

* June 15-17: USFA State Tournament 8U, 14U, 16U & 18U

* June 23-24: Nations South Zone State

* June 30-July 1: USSSA Tournament

* July 6-8: USSSA Tournament

* July 10-15: Nations World Series

* July 18-22: USSSA Tournament

About Ford Park

Ford Park is strategically located on Interstate Highway 10 between Houston and Lake Charles and serves a market area of 1.5 million people with-in a one hour drive. Ford Park consists of the 14,000 seat Ford Pavilion, the 8,500 seat Ford Arena, the 48,000 sq. ft. Ford Exhibit Hall with 8 meeting rooms and a business center, Ford Midway with ag barns & 9-acres of paved festival grounds, Ford Fields with 12 ball diamonds, a Regional Visitors Center, and several other privately developed and managed businesses complimentary to Ford Park. For additional information, visit Ford Park is managed by SMG.