Huntsville Has Space for Your Next Sporting EventThe Huntsville/Madison County Convention & Visitors Bureau is ready to partner with you to make your next tournament or event an out-of-this-world success.
Centrally located in the Southeast, Huntsville boasts a wide array of new sports facilities and offers the perfect mix of small-town hospitality with big-city amenities to host sporting events. With eight new turf multi-sport fields, a world-class cross-country course, 15 beach volleyball courts, two ice rinks, disc golf courses, 40+ tennis courts, and the newly renovated Joe Davis Stadium, Huntsville has space to let your competition shine.
The Huntsville Aquatics Center has two 50-meter competition pools under the same roof and spectator seating for 1,400. Toyota Field, with a capacity of 7,500, is home to the Rocket City Trash Pandas. Want to watch or play golf? We host the HomeTown Lenders Championship on the Korn Ferry Tour, and our numerous courses include Hampton Cove, one of the most popular stops on the famed Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail.
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“The team in Huntsville gets sports – from an event standpoint, as a participant, and as a fan to create a first class experience. They exceeded our expectations and we look for to working with them for many years to come.”
— Colleen Craig, CEO of Rally Volleyball
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HUNTSVILLE AQUATICS CENTER
Sports Covered: Swimming, diving
The Huntsville Aquatics Center opened in 2017 and has made a splash on the national stage, most recently as a host site for the 2020 Toyota U.S. Open meet. Two 50-meter indoor competition pools are housed under one roof, the larger with spectator seating for more than 1,400, as well as deck space seating for more than 400 competitors.
Sports Covered: Baseball
It’s home to the Rocket City Trash Pandas, one of the most popular nicknames in professional baseball. The newly opened stadium has a capacity of 7,000-plus, with skyboxes, concourse-level suites and meeting space for groups up to 300.
ROBERT TRENT JONES GOLF TRAIL AT HAMPTON COVE
Sports Covered: Golf
Hampton Cove is the first step onto the famed Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail for visitors from the North, Northeast and Midwest. The impressive layout offers a variety of challenges for golfers, as well as all the amenities needed to host successful tournaments. The Highlands Course meanders across hilly terrain and offers spectacular views, while the River Course offers no sand but plenty of water hazards.
HUNTSVILLE TENNIS CENTER AND ATHLETIC CLUB ALABAMA
Sports Covered: Tennis
The sites for the annual USTA Girls 16s Clay Court National Championship, the facilities are less than a half-mile apart and near the John Hunt Park complex. Huntsville Tennis Center is a city-owned facility with 24 lighted clay courts and six lighted hard courts. Athletic Club Alabama, a private facility, has six indoor courts and 15 outdoor courts, as well as a restaurant and meeting space.
JOHN HUNT PARK
Sports Covered: Soccer, lacrosse, cross-country, sand volleyball, tennis
John Hunt Park is the centerpiece of nearly 1,000 acres of recreational facilities in the geographical center of Huntsville. The park has hosted the Alabama High School Soccer Championships since 2001 at its two lush championship fields, with seating for than 2,000 fans, and other multipurpose fields, for soccer or lacrosse, are adjacent. The park also boasts a cross country course chosen as an NCAA Regionals site as well as 15 sand volleyball courts that hosted the USA National Beach Tour Junior Championships in 2020. Additionally, John Hunt Park is in close proximity to both Brahan Spring Park and Merrimack Park, each of which offer a number of additional fields.