Sunshine State Games
Four decades of amateur sports for Floridians
The Sunshine State Games, Florida’s Olympic-Style Sports Festival, invites you to play in any of the almost 30 sports offered throughout the year. Whether a novice or an expert, the Sunshine State Games offers diverse sports competition to suit the competitive needs of all Floridians.
Join Florida’s longest-standing, multi-sport festival, Florida’s Sunshine State Games, and become a part of a Florida tradition, serving amateur athletes for 35 years.
Results for recently completed Sunshine State Games events
Highlights from 2014 competitions
Sunshine State Games Basketball Championship, Alachua County, May 10-11
Sunshine State Games Artistic Roller-skating Championships, Semoran Skateway, Casselberry, May 10-11
Sunshine State Games Figure Skating Championships, Ellenton Ice Complex, May 16-18
Sunshine State Games Lacrosse Series Broward County, May 16-18
Sunshine State Games Lacrosse Series Sarasota County, June 7-8
Sunshine State Games Sarasota County Festival, June 6-8
Sunshine State Games Polk County Festival, June 21-22
Sunshine State Games Water Polo Championships, June 27-29
CLICK HERE to see the 2014 Sunshine State Games Calendar of Events schedule for 2014. Athletes can check the “Event Calendar” page to see events that run from May through December. Competition and registration information can be found nearly 30 sports throughout the state through links from the “Event Calendar” page.
Click Here for a 2014 Sunshine State Games Calendar of Events
August 16-November 8, 2014
Sunshine State Games Grass Volleyall Series
Seven Florida Locations
October 25-26, 2014
Sunshine State Games Gulf Coast Sport Shooting Festival
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November 14, 2014
FSF Quarterly Board of Directors Meeting
December 6-14, 2014
December 6, 2014
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