Louisiana — a Sportsman's Paradise, no matter your game!

When it comes to sports, Louisiana has the fields, facilities, natural areas and experienced staff to help sports events planners create memorable athletic tournaments. Choose from any one of Team Louisiana’s 13 distinct locations to find the perfect combination of courts, water areas, trails, lanes or diamonds and the accommodations, attractions and dining combinations to draw athletes and their fans for good times.

Alexandria/Pineville is home to five traditional golf courses and a disc golf course. The area also has an 11,000-seat coliseum and other sports venues in an area that offers small-town charm with a variety of big city offerings.

Baton Rouge is the capital of Louisiana and the city is known for hosting major championships and smaller sports events in everything from bowling and biking to baseball and boating.

The Cajun Coast boasts more than 25 recreational and school facilities to accommodate large and small sporting events, and the hotels and restaurants provide a one-stop destination for groups.

Jefferson Parish neighbors New Orleans and is home to some major training facilities and stadiums that attract tournaments and multipurpose facilities that can host regional, national and international athletic events.

Lafayette is the heart of Cajun and Creole country, Sports teams enjoy world class facilities, authentic dining experiences, accommodations and entertainment that make planners happy they chose this family-friendly destination.

Livingston Parish is east of Baton Rouge and offers more than 40 baseball and softball fields, golf courses and waterways, attracting fishing, football, karate, tennis, basketball and golf tournaments to the area.

Monroe-West Monroe hosts a variety of tournaments for everything from archery and fly fishing to track and field. The area recently hosted BMX events, fishing tournaments, cheerleading championships and powerlifting events. With more than 2,000 hotel rooms and 100 local restaurants, this area appeals to teams and tournaments who want to experience what north Louisiana has to offer.

Greater New Orleans has iconic stadiums and first-class facilities to host a variety of sporting events. With all that New Orleans has to offer, sports events rights holders receive unparalleled service from the Sports Foundation and the city delivers with entertainment, dining, attractions and sports venues that keep athletes and fans coming back for more.

Lake Charles and Southwest Louisiana has facilities for golf, gymnastics, baseball, softball, basketball and natural settings to suit a variety of events. With hotels, attractions, dining, fairs and festivals, the Lake Charles and Southwest Louisiana area are favorites when it comes to sports events.

The Ruston-Lincoln area is known for its historic downtown shopping district and college town atmosphere. Home to Louisiana Tech and Grambling State, football, baseball, softball, basketball and golf are popular here and the facilities prove it. The area also hosts a number of mountain biking, equestrian events and other outdoor sports.

Shreveport-Bossier has an abundance of rivers, lakes and other natural settings to bring sports to the area year-round. With water sports, and fishing tournaments, and facilities to host hockey, rodeo, softball, and soccer, the variety of sports events attract athletes from Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas. This area is also known for its casinos, food, festivals and more than 10,000 hotel rooms to provide a little excitement when the games are done.

St. Tammany Parish/Louisiana’s Northshore is situated on Lake Pontchartrain, and is famous for hosting recreational sports events in its multipurpose facilities, parks, gyms and courses. The Northshore also hosts a number of water sports including dragon boat races and fishing tournaments.

Tangipahoa Parish is easy to reach and offers first-class accommodations, restaurants, attractions, sporting facilities and recreation areas. Home to Southeastern Louisiana University, the area draws major tournaments and regional, state and national sporting events for soccer, lacrosse, rugby, basketball and baseball.

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