Atlanta Kickball Tournament Attracting Teams From Across The Country

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Nationally competitive kickball has finally come to the Peachtree State

Georgia Kickball Tournament

Georgia Kickball Tournament

The Circuit is the home for kickball competition in America.

Nationally competitive kickball has finally come to the Peachtree State! The Georgia Kickball Open, scheduled for June 11th, is the next major tournament scheduled for the National Tour of Kickball365's Circuit Events.

The inaugural Georgia Kickball Open is the fifth event in The Circuit, the only national, professional tour of top-flight, competitive kickball tournaments. This year’s event expects teams from Georgia, Florida, Washington, D.C., Tennessee, New York, Virginia, and more! There is also a $3,000 cash prize on the line for the winning team!

The event is set to take place at Piedmont Park in Atlanta, Georgia. All co-ed teams can register today to compete for the $4,500 cash prize pool at New and existing teams are welcome, regardless of league affiliation.

Adam Kemph, Event Manager of the Georgia Kickball Open, had this to say about the upcoming event, “I’m really excited to see the Kickball365 Circuit coming to Atlanta. We have a great tournament scheduled and an exciting after party planned through Kickball365 and I’m anxious to see how some of our local teams stack up to the rest of our The Circuit.”

Kickball365 is the home of competitive kickball in America. For kickballer's interested in travel, Kickball365 offers The Circuit, a one-of-a-kind vacation experience: a sports getaway for the younger generation and with cash prizes for the best of the best. The Circuit as the only coast-to-coast series of top-flight, competitive and professionally-run kickball tournaments. Kickball365 is partnering with both local and national sponsors, accepting registration from the nation’s elite teams, and making a concerted effort to identify and connect with kickballers around the country.

In addition to its nationwide community of players, Kickball365 specifically targets eager, active young professionals in each of the cities it will host tournaments, including Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; Albuquerque, New Mexico; Virginia Beach, Virginia; Los Angeles, California; Atlanta, Georgia; Washington, D.C.; New York, New York; and Las Vegas, Nevada.

Kickball365 has already been successful in bringing together the nation’s top co-ed teams. In 2011 alone, Kickball365 anticipates that over 4,000 players will register to compete for over $45,000 in total cash prizes throughout the National Tour and at the Circuit Cup Championship.

“The Circuit is the most highly competitive collection of kickball tournaments today,” said Kickball365 Chief Executive Officer Matthew Kemph. “We have a wide range of former collegiate athletes, from football players to soccer players to baseball players to swimmers. We’re excited that The Circuit has been able to attract this level of talent.”

About the Georgia Kickball Open

The Georgia Kickball Open is a Kickball365 Circuit Event. It is being held for the first time at Piedmont Park on Saturday, June 11th, 2011 and is the fifth Circuit event on the National Tour for 2011. This year’s event is presented by RSVPAtlanta, the Atlanta metropolitan area's premier source for information on and free entry into the best places in town. You can sign up online to compete at

About Kickball365

Kickball365 enables people to make friends and have fun through local kickball leagues
and one of a kind tournament vacation experiences. We are the home for kickball competition in America. Kickball365 produces The Circuit, the only national, professional tour of top-flight, competitive kickball tournaments. Our tournaments are one-of-a-kind vacation experiences where teams compete to win their share of over $45,000 in cash prizes throughout 2011. Think your team can compete? Register today at


For the Georgia Kickball Open:
Adam Kemph
Event Manager

For Kickball365, Inc.:
Matthew Kemph
(202) 683-9971

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