Osceola County Softball Complex

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Osceola County Softball Complex

The Osceola County Softball Complex is a softball complex located in Kissimmee, Florida. The facility has five (5) softball fields that can be used to host a variety of events. The facility hosts fast pitch softball, slow pitch softball, and youth baseball events. The facility also puts on three adult slow pitch league seasons for the surrounding citizens to participate in at the complex. The complex was built in 1996 and is home to the Rebel Spring Games: an elite collegiate softball event that brings in over 160 teams from around the country each March.

The Osceola County Softball Complex is also the home of the USSSA 2005 Complex of the Year Award. The complex hosts about 20 different USSSA events each year, which include a variety of world, national, and state tournaments.

The complex also includes (8) batting cage machines, set up for either baseball, fast-pitch softball, and slow pitch softball. These machines provide a great practice opportunity for those teams getting ready to play in an event at the facility.

  • Dimensions-

Left - 300 ft. Center - 300 ft. Right - 300 ft.

Coordinates: 28°20′05″N 81°25′22″W / 28.33471°N 81.42283°W / 28.33471; -81.42283