LEADER OF YOUTH SPORTS EVENT MODEL CREATION
In just a short time, YTH Sports has become one of the fastest growing event creators in the youth sports industry, powering the Soccer Youth brand and the All-Ripken brand with Ripken Baseball. YTH Sports is known as the leader of individual youth player event opportunities in the soccer, baseball, and softball market. Events offer individual player opportunities allowing players to rep their team and compete against other high caliber players from around the nation in a tournament setting while earning All-American prestige.
REACHING THOUSANDS OF YOUTH ATHLETES A YEAR
Soccer Youth® features All-American Series events in 20 targeted markets across the nation each year. Top players from each All-American Series events move on to our prestige All-American Golden Cup events (East and West locations) at the end of the year. From there, players are selected for the All-American Super Cup and earn the recognition as one of the “NATION’S BEST PLAYERS” for the year. Thousands of players representing 45 states and several other countries have participated with in Soccer Youth events.
Soccer Youth presence on social media has over 150,000 followers and growing fast.
All-Ripken brand with Ripken Baseball features the All-Ripken Baseball Games each summer at The Ripken Experience® state-of-the-art facilities. Locations included Elizabethtown (KY), Myrtle Beach (SC), Pigeon Forge (TN), and Aberdeen (MD). Thousands of players are selected from a nomination process and tournaments at The Ripken Experience® locations throughout the year. All players wear the All-Ripken uniform and go through an evaluation process, split into teams by high school graduation year, and compete in a tournament setting.
All-Ripken brand with Ripken features the All-Ripken Softball Games each summer at The Ripken Experience® in Elizabethtown, Kentucky. More locations are expected to be announced in 2024. Players are selected from a nomination process throughout the year. All players wear the All-Ripken uniform and go through an evaluation process, split into teams by high school graduation year, and compete in a tournament setting. Coaches include professional and collegiate softball players from prestige programs.