Bring family and friends for a full day of fun, all for a good cause! Parking is free, the music is loud, and the food delicious.

WHO

You — and your friends, family, co-workers, employees, club members, and all other kickball compadres.

WHAT

Eleventh Annual Kickball Tournament, benefiting Bridges to Independence, covering all the bases—fun, food, charity, and all-day KICKBALL! The competition is growing fast—from 9 teams and 130 players in 2006 to 20 teams and 300 players in 2015. 2016 will be the biggest and best yet!

WHY

To benefit Bridges to Independence, where homeless women and families can get the tools, shelter, and skills necessary for a better future.

TEAM

10-15 members per team, registered individually or together by the team captain. Register here.

COST

$825 per team. Cost includes free parking, entertainment, refreshments, your own signature SAFE AT HOME T-shirt, and a minimum of three games of kickball!

Top amenities

Play on top, high quality fields! You’ll enjoy bottled water, cooling towels, lawn games, music and more. Prizes awarded to top two teams, along with two MVPs — one gal, one guy.

FOOD/DRINK

Tortoise & Hare, La Tingeria, Chick-fil-A and Lemongrass food trucks will be on-site from 10-3; all players will receive a ticket for $5 off their lunch.

We’ll have plenty of chilled bottled water on hand, free to all. Thank you to AMACA@USPTO for donating the water!

Also, the Bridges to Independence kids will be setting up their Lemonade Stand! Funds raised will benefit Homeward Trails Animal Rescue and go toward the kids’ annual trip to Kings Dominion.

SPONSORSHIP

Multi-level sponsorships are available. Your high-visibility support both benefits b2i and puts your brand out front with the prized 25-to-35 year-old demographic of bright, fit, competitive young adults who work and play hard from corporate offices to Capitol Hill. Join past sponsors E*TRADE, Paradigm Management, Burke & Herbert Bank and more. See the sponsorship menu.

VOlunteer

We need volunteers for set-up, clean-up, tabling and more. Sign up to volunteer. For further information, contact canderson@bridges2.org.

ARE WE STILL PLAYING?

If it rains, call PRCR Inclement Weather Hotline 703-228-4715.

Photo album

View photos from the 2015 tournament.

Directions

Long Bridge Park – 475 Long Bridge Dr, Arlington, VA 22202
Located north of Crystal City adjacent to I-395, Long Bridge Park features three full-size, multi-sport, lighted, rectangular synthetic turf athletic fields, a network of walkways, an overlook at the north end of the park with views of capital monuments, Wave Arbor, a public art feature by nationally recognized artist Doug Hollis, and a three-quarter acre rain garden that directs runoff from the park’s sports fields and parking lot into a planted garden of native shrubs and perennials. There are picnic areas, interpretive displays, restrooms and metered parking. Free weekend parking can be found in several nearby PMI locations:

  • 1350 S Clark St
  • 1350 Crystal Dr
  • 2011 Crystal Dr
  • Crystal City Shops at 2345 Crystal Dr

Download parking map here. Amenities include restrooms, water fountains, picnic tables, rain garden, river views, paths for walkers and cyclists.

  • Proceed approximately one mile
  • Field is on the left by car

Transit Options

  • Blue and Yellow Line Metro (Pentagon City 1 mile, Crystal City 1.1 mile, Pentagon 1.2 mile), Metrobus 9A and 23A, and by bicycle (connection to the Mount Vernon Trail is over the railroad tracks and GW Parkway is from the south of the park. The connection is through the connector from National Airport to the Water Park in Crystal City.)
  • Find more details and directions to Long Bridge Park

RULES

We want you to be safe and have a good time. So, play hard, play fair, and follow the rules! Full Tournament Rules