The Palm Beach County Sports Commission is partnering with Prospect Wire to bring the Florida Fall Classic to the Ballpark of the Palm Beaches in West Palm Beach from September 25–26,.
The Florida Fall Classic is a new addition to the area’s schedule with 20 travel teams competing in four age divisions and guaranteed to play a minimum of three games. The tournament marks the first Prospect Wire event in Palm Beach County since 2013. Prospect Wire runs various events such as individual showcases, team tournaments, combines, parent seminars, and more.
“Prospect Wire could not be more excited to bring the Florida Fall Classic to its new home in Palm Beach County,” said Prospect Wire President Brian Werner. “We are grateful to Palm Beach County for welcoming the event to the area. We are very excited about returning to such a beautiful community and look forward to bringing other events there.”
The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches is the Major League Baseball spring training home of the Washington Nationals and Houston Astros. The 160-acre complex features a 7,700-capacity stadium along with six practice fields per team. A total of 13 MLB fields and five 120-by-80-yard multipurpose athletic fields are used for baseball, soccer, lacrosse, football, rugby and more.