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World Baseball Foundation pledges to continue to work hard for the following seasons to assure high attendance from teams throughout the United States and around the world.
TEAMS SCHEDULE NEWS ADVERTISEMENT HOTELS STADIUMS AIR FARES
Week Date Divisions Opening Date
1 Jul 28th - Aug 4th 6U to 18U To be announced
Tournaments Details
 • Four games guaranteed
 • Two umpires per game
 • Age cut of Date May 1st, 2018
 • Baseballs are included
 • Opening Ceremony at the Miami Marlins
 • Trophies for 1st and 2nd place
 • Cooler is provided for games
 • Based on good weather conditions


Registration Fee for International and National Teams
(Local Teams excluded, follow appropriate link/search for cost)


$300.00/per team
( The tournament fee must be paid after you register )


Cost for INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL TEAMS with Hotels
 Package #1
CROWNE PLAZA HOTEL

$568.00 ($US)  per person

  1. Hotel 3* in Miami 8 days / 7 nights
  2. Transp. roundtrip Miami Airport / parks
  3. Food: breakfast and dinner at the hotel
  4. Inauguration ceremony at the Miami Marlins Ballpark
  5. Marlins baseball game ticket
Price based on 4 persons per room


 Package #2
HOLIDAY INN

$595.00 ($US)  per person

  1. Hotel 4* in Miami 8 days / 7 nights
  2. Transp. roundtrip Miami Airport / parks
  3. Food: breakfast and dinner at the hotel
  4. Inauguration ceremony at the Miami Marlins Ballpark
  5. Marlins baseball game ticket
Price based on 4 persons per room


 Package #3
HILTON HOTEL

$599.00 ($US)  per person 

  1. Hotel 5* in Miami 8 days / 7 nights
  2. Transp. roundtrip Miami Airport / parks
  3. Food: breakfast and dinner at the hotel
  4. Inauguration ceremony at the Miami Marlins Ballpark
  5. Marlins baseball game ticket
Price based on 4 persons per room



To guarantee your reservation please note:
  1. Each team must pay the registration fee.
  2. Payment of 35% of the cost per person.
  3. Full payment must be made 60 days before the event.
  4. Failure to comply with these requirements, your booking will depend on availability of hotels and change without notice.
 

Cost for LOCAL teams: (Please enter local zip code)

 
 
World Baseball Foundation News


REGISTRATIONS FOR "2018 International Baseball Tournament (MIAMI, FL)" ARE NOW OPEN




RESERVACION DE HOTEL

Para garantizar su reserva, tenga en cuenta lo siguiente:
  1. Cada equipo debe pagar la cuota de inscripción.
  2. Pago del 35% del costo por persona.
  3. El pago completo se debe hacer 60 días antes del evento.
  4. Sin cumplir con estos requisitos, su reserva dependerá de la disponibilidad de hoteles y cambio sin previo aviso.


TRANSPORTE
El transporte proporcionado con el paquete del torneo de WBF incluye la recogida y la entrega a Miami International Airport, por el grupo, según organizado con el representante del equipo. WBF no recogerá a personas individuales viajando. El acuerdo para la recogida debe ser hecho y confirmado 3 días antes de la llegada, por escrito por correo electrónico a info@wbfint.net, proporcionando información de vuelo y la hora de llegada a Miami. HORARIO DE TRANSPORTE desde Miami International Airport: 6:00 am hasta las 12 medianoche (no hay transporte entre las horas 12:01 am - 5:59 am).

World Baseball Foundation no es responsable por pagos hecho a intermediarios, agencias de viajes, etc.




HOTEL RESERVATION

To guarantee your reservation please note:
  1. Each team must pay the registration fee.
  2. Payment of 35% of the cost per person.
  3. Full payment must be made 60 days before the event.
  4. Failure to comply with these requirements, your booking will depend on availability of hotels and change without notice.


TRANSPORTATION
Transportation provided with WBF tournament package includes pickup and drop off from Miami Int'l Airport, by group, as organized with Team Representative.  WBF will not pick up individuals traveling.  Arrangement for pick up must be made and confirmed 3 days prior to arrival, in writing via email to info@wbfint.net , providing flight information and arrival time to Miami.   TRANSPORTATION HOURS from Miami Int'l Airport:  6:00 am until 12 midnight (there is no transportation during the hours of 12:01 am - 5:59 am).

World Baseball Foundation is not responsible for payments made to intermediaries, travel agencies, etc

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World Baseball Foundation

If you want to participate and see your team at the WBF International inaguration in the Miami Marlins stadium and enjoy a major league baseball game for free, register your team early in our 2018 International Baseball Tournament.

"Tickets are limited"
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WBF - World Baseball Foundation - dedicated to the global promotion of youth baseball at the highest level. Click the above videos to see what happened in our previous tournaments.
 


Click on FLAG for information or the name of the representative for each country.  
World Baseball Foundation currently has representatives in several countries,
which their position is solely to promote our tournament.


All payments must be made to World Baseball Foundation.  
WBF is not responsible for payments made to a representative, team manager, etc.,
that is not made directly to World Baseball Foundation.


  • Champions Part 1
  • Champions Part 2
  • Champions Part 3
  • Delegations
  • Opening Marlins Park Part 1
  • Opening Marlins Park Part 2
  • Games Part 1
 
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