PIMA COUNTY – Support the aspiring ball players of the Sun Belt College League by attending a game at Kino Sports Complex through July 17. Featuring eight teams, the League plays at Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium and at the South Complex Fields, 2500 E. Ajo Way nightly, except Sundays and Wednesdays.
Now in its eighth year at Kino Sports Complex, the Sun Belt College League gives recent high school graduates and college baseball players the opportunity to advance their skills by participating in its competitive summer program. This summer, the league’s teams include the Aztecs, BNL Rockets, Cochise Stars, Old Pueblo Kings, Rincon Knights, Team Tucson and the Tucson Champs.
Catch a game during one of the following promotional nights to score a giveaway, benefit a good cause or get a discount on the admission price.
Sun Belt College League Promotional Nights:
- Rally Towel Night: Tuesday, June 18
First 500 paid general admission receive a rally towel with league logo.
- Strike Out Cancer Night: Monday, June 24
The league will donate 50% of all general admission sales, plus conduct a 50-50 raffle with all proceeds benefitting the University of Arizona Cancer Center.
- Emergency Services Appreciation Night: Tuesday, June 25
Law enforcement and EMT with proper ID receive free admission and $3 off general admission for family members.
- Fan Appreciation Night: Friday, July 12
First 500 paid general admission will receive souvenir stadium cup and other prizes.
Games take place every week at Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium and the Kino Sports Complex South Fields. Stadium general admission tickets cost $5 for adults or free for kids 12 and under. General admission to games played at the South Complex Fields is $4 for adults, free for high school students with 2018-19 school ID and free for kids 12 and under. Cash only sales. Gates open one hour before game time. To see the game schedule, click here.
The Sun Belt League will play its All-Star game on 4th of July as part of Kino’s Annual Diamonds in the Sky Celebration. This separately ticketed event will offer activities for kids, giveaways at the door and a post-game fireworks celebration. General admission tickets cost $4 or free for kids 5 and under. Advance tickets include free parking. They’re on sale now at Food City, Cactus Bowl, Pizza Hut and Kino’s Administrative Office. See the Diamonds in the Sky Celebration page for more details.
During game nights at Kino Stadium, the facility will enforce a clear bag policy, which requires visitors to bring personal items inside a clear plastic vinyl bag that does not exceed 12” x 6” x 12” or a small clutch bag no larger than 4.5” x 6.5”. The Stadium will also apply its no outside food and beverage policy, with the exception of one 16 oz bottled water per person.
For more details, visit the Sun Belt College League website