National Championship Sports (NCS), an amateur sports association that includes baseball, fastpitch, and adult and senior slowpitch softball is expanding.These leagues are now open for registration and will allow players to participate in local tournaments in nearly 25 states as per their regularly updated schedule.
To learn more, visit https://playncs.com.
The fledgling association was formed in 2021 to give amateur players of all ages the chance to experience tournament play and travel ball without relying on a local league to support them. NCS is currently in the process of expanding nationwide and plans to provide their services to players and teams all over the country.
Baseball, fastpitch, and slowpitch softball are, unsurprisingly, unrivaled in terms of popularity in the US, with more than 26 million players across thousands of local, minor, and professional leagues. However, it can be difficult for amateur players in many areas to find and participate in larger tournaments, as the infrastructure for these events simply does not exist.
National Championship Sports is seeking to change the landscape of amateur sports altogether by helping individuals and teams in underserved areas participate in tournament play. Their sleek, modern website and unparalleled organization will help players find a league for them.
NCS is divided into several categories, with opportunities available for youth, adults, and seniors alike.
Younger players will find options in both fastpitch and baseball, with slowpitch available for players over 18 years of age. Senior slowpitch softball tournaments have been created for players over 40 years old, or for those who desire a more laid-back sporting experience, although tournament competition is still very real and equally heated.
National Championship Sports is dedicated to giving teams a great tournament experience with fantastic awards packages. NCS is also currently seeking directors offering them a terrific business opportunity to assist the organization expand.
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