Wisconsin's Sports Venues Offer Something for Everyone Score big points at your next sporting event by holding it in Wisconsin. We love sports, whether it's our professional or college teams, youth athletics, running and biking events or casting for the big one. Sporting events can be measured in points, goals, runs, wins and losses. They can also be measured in memories made. And in Wisconsin, our ambition is to provide you and your event with the exceptional service, Midwestern value and infrastructure needed to make your event unforgettable. When you bring a sporting event to the Badger state, you can feel confident that you are getting more for your dollar. Having hosted countless successful sporting events of all types and sizes, Wisconsin’s host destinations have the experience and knowhow necessary to bring your event to life. Whether you hold it in the Waterpark Capital of the World, the Wisconsin Dells, or our state’s capital in Madison, our experts will pair your event with a venue to suit your needs. In fact, our local organizing committees will be your MVP throughout the entire process – from securing volunteers to providing marketing and PR support and much more. In other words, you’re not alone. The best part is that getting started is easy. Visit www.sportswisconsin.com and search either by region in the state or specific facilities. Submit an RFP and you’re well on your way to hitting a home run, touchdown, hole-in-one, well... you get the idea. Go to www.sportswisconsin.com to make it happen today. STATS • Madison, the state capital and home to the University of Wisconsin Badgers, was named America’s best college football town by USA Today in 2012. • Eau Claire is the official Kubb Capital of North America and annually hosts the U. S. National Kubb Championship, the largest tournament outside of Europe. • Every year, Eagle River hosts the World Championship Snowmobile Derby. • Wisconsin hosts North America’s largest cross-country ski race, the American Birkebeiner, held in Cable. • Milwaukee is home to the Pettit National Ice Center, one of only two U.S. Speedskating Olympic Training Facilities in the country. • Just-A-Game Fieldhouse in the Wisconsin Dells is home to the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame and hosts over 80 basketball and volleyball tournaments a year. • Appleton’s Scheels Soccer Complex was named a U.S. Top 10 Soccer Facility
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