Join Our Classic!

We are accepting teams for the 2023 and 2024 Season! Snowbird Baseball invites all NCAA Baseball Division I and III teams to join our classic.

The Snowbird Baseball NCAA Classic is held annually in Punta Gorda/Englewood Beach-The Charlotte Harbor Gulf Island Coast, Port Charlotte Florida.

Snowbird Baseball invites all NCAA Baseball Division I and III teams to join our classic. Snowbird Baseball is here to meet the coach's and team's needs by providing outstanding customer service to enable teams to concentrate on baseball and fun while in our area. The Charlotte Harbor area offers great weather, world class beaches, affordable accommodations and an abundance of recreational activities.

Registration:

There is NO registration fee to enter the Snowbird Baseball Classic. However, ALL TEAMS MUST REGISTER ONLINE.
See Team Registration for additional information.

Over 90% of our teams return each year. We have some of the best Division III teams participating in the Snowbird Baseball Classic. In 2022, 64% of the Division III teams were in the regionals.

BP/IO on field before game one on each field. All fields are dragged, lined and maintained by professional grounds crews. All games have a p.a. announcer, and scoreboard operator. Get-away-day showers available at no additional charge.

Game Fees:

  • Cost for Division I teams: per game, per team, is $750 which includes field rental, umpire fees (3 per game), scheduling, and administration costs.
  • Cost for Division I teams: per game, per team with 4 umpires is $900, which includes field rental umpire fees, scheduling, and administration costs.
  • Cost for Division III teams: per game, per team is $250, which includes field rental, umpire fees (3 per game), scheduling, and administration costs.
    Cost for JV teams: per game, per team is $200, 2-hour time limit, which includes field rental, umpire fees (2 per game), scheduling, and administration costs.
*** All Snowbird Baseball Umpires are registered and certified NCAA College Umpires including many that work NCAA post-season tournaments.