Baseball Canada accepting 2019 and 2020 National Championship host bids until September 30th

September 12, 2018


OTTAWA - Baseball Canada is accepting bids for select 2019 and 2020 Baseball Canada National Championships until September 30th 2018.

Cities, towns and/or organizations interested in bidding as a host for one or more of these events can contact André Lachance, Baseball Canada Business and Sport Development Director at 613-748-5606, or via e-mail at alachance@baseball.ca

For 2019, Baseball Canada is seeking hosts for the 21U Women’s Invitational and the Women’s Invitational events while seven different National Championship events in 2020 are looking for host sites including the Baseball Canada Cup.

To view championship bids application, including process, selection, and principles click here.

The Baseball Canada Championship Hosting Guide is available for those interested in placing a bid for one of the remaining championships. Click here to view the hosting guide.

2019 Baseball Canada National Championships
2020 Baseball Canada National Championships

 

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