The NWLA Tournament Host Committee has announced preliminary information for next year's 10th annual tournament. The 2021 National Wiffle League Association Tournament will be hosted by Circle City Wiffle, in Indianapolis, Indiana, over the weekend of September 17-19.
Brendan Dudas, the Commissioner of CCW and NWLA Tournament Host Committee member, has expressed his excitement about welcoming the NWLA community to Indianapolis. He will lead the charge on the ground, alongside Rudy Lyon, CCW's Co-Commissioner, and has already begun preparations for the event.
More information on the tournament will be coming out shortly, including registration information.
About the NWLA Tournament:
The National Wiffle League Association (NWLA) Tournament is an annual three (3) day tournament that began in 2012 in Dublin, Ohio, with the purpose of crowning the best wiffleball league in the country. Leagues from throughout the United States establish teams with their best players to compete in the tournament. Beginning in 2017, the NWLA Tournament moved from Dublin, Ohio, to Morenci, Michigan, where it stayed for three years. After a stop in Washington County, PA for the 2020 tournament, the tournament will look to make Indianapolis, IN its long term home beginning in 2021.