National Police & Fire Baseball Congress
|The National Police & Fire Baseball Congress (NPFBC) is a unity of all participating Police Department and Fire Department Baseball Teams in the United States. Every Day Police Departments and Fire Departments work together at emergency incidents all over the Country and each Year Police and Fire Teams compete against each other locally on the baseball diamond. In addition, The NPFBC will welcome all Branches of Military teams. The NPFBC will be the common place these departments can find information about other Police and Fire Teams. On this page will list future games between NPFBC members, News, highlights, Future tournaments and much more. Members of the NPFBC will be the first to know of information about the baseball event in the 2011 World Police & Fire Games. |
I would like to thank all the teams and their representatives who have joined the National Police & Fire Baseball Congress. We are all Law Enforcement, Fire Fighters and Military Personnel by profession, but we are all baseball players at heart. With 33 Teams united, the back bone of the NPFBC has formed. I encourage all teams to supply additional information including Charity events, Tournaments, important games, and other information you would like to share with other NPFBC Teams. Please encourage other Teams to join our organization so we can continue to grow.
Eric Sorensen NPFBC Chairman
If you would like to join the NPFBC, please send a Email with a description of your Team along with Logos, Pictures, and other information you would like posted.
Notable 2011 Games
2011 Scheduled Tournaments & Events:
NPFBC Liberty Classic: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Memorial Day Weekend May 28-30
Dallas Fire Baseball Classic: Dallas, Texas TBA
New York City, NY: World Police & Fire Games Aug 27- Sept 2
Nevada Police/Fire Games: Las Vegas, Nevada
Chicago, IL - TBA
2011 World Police & Fire Games
The World Police & Fire Games are coming to New York City August 26th to September 5th, 2011. Come join us for 10 days of sports competitions and specially planned events spread throughout the 5 Boroughs in the Big Apple. The New York City Fire Department, Port Authority Police Department and New York City Police Department are inviting you to come join us, experience our City and participate in the most memorable World Police & Fire Games ever. The 2011 World Police & Fire Games will respectfully coincide with the 10-year remembrance of September 11th, 2001.
New York City, the city that never sleeps and has something for everyone, is the setting for the world's largest multi-sport, Olympic type event with 15-20,000 full-time firefighters and law enforcement personnel from 70 different countries competing in 65 sports. Come see it for yourself and bring the whole family. See the lights on Broadway, the neon signs in Times Square, Central Park, Soho, Greenwich Village, Wall Street, Rockefeller Center, Radio City Music Hall, the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building and so much more. Life is not a spectator sport and neither are the 2011 World Police & Fire Games in New York City. You have to come experience it for yourself. Whether you are a competing athlete, enthusiastic sports fan or someone who just wants to be a part of this special event, we hope to see you in New York City in 2011.
Before you visit us in New York City, we will see you in British Columbia, Canada in 2009. Please stop by our booth at the registration area to get an update on the 2011 Games and say hello.
The information above was taken from the official 2011 World Police & Fire Games. Please visit their website at www.2011wpfg.org
NPFBC Teams 33 Teams)
Fire Department Teams (7)
Law Enforcement Teams (22)
Military Teams (4)
If you have a Law Enforcement, Fire Department team or Military team and you would like to become a member of the National Police & Fire Baseball Congress or if you have information you wish to be posted such as Tournaments, Events, or News, please fill out the information below. All Members of the NPFBC are encouraged to supply information about their team so their team page could be updated.