The Cecilian Bank Becomes Naming Rights Partner with Elizabethtown Sports Park for Miracle Field

The Elizabethtown Sports Park (ESP) and The Cecilian Bank (TCB) have partnered together in an agreement starting in 2021. The Miracle Field will officially be renamed to “The Cecilian Bank Miracle Field at Elizabethtown Sports Park” and TCB will be recognized at all miracle field events. Both partners will work together to increase awareness of the ESP’s local programming and will be supported by marketing at TCB’s local branches…

Baseball returns to Elizabethtown Sports Park starting in July

After a four-month shutdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, baseball is coming back to the Elizabethtown Sports Park when the facility opens with new safety procedures in mid-July. Built in 2012, the complex features 25 fields for a variety of sports spread across 158 acres…

Elizabethtown Sports Park Enters Multi-Year Agreement with Athletx Sports Group

Athletx and Elizabethtown Sports Park to continue existing tournament schedule with a host of new events

A new, innovative partnership is on the horizon for Elizabethtown Sports Park. On Friday, November 1, a deal was signed between the Sports Facilities Management (SFM) managed park and Athletx Sports Group outlining a multi-year contract to bring in existing events owned by Athletx and form new events to be co-owned by the sports group and the facility….

Sports Park Gives Back

On December 20, 2019 the Elizabethtown Sports Park team continued being a team player in the community.

Central Hardin High School is a public school in Hardin County, Kentucky. The school has a total of 18345 students…

Elizabethtown Sports Park getting new turf

This article was originally published in The News-Enterprise on November 24, 2019

The infield turf con­version of the 12 Eli­za­beth­town Sports Park base­ball and softball fields is underway.

Work on the $2.6 million synthetic turf conversion project be­gan in mid-October and is being completed by AstroTurf, a company based in Dalton, Georgia…

Sports park to get 12 all-turf fields with $2.6 million cost

A turf conversion project at Elizabethtown Sports Park was discussed in spring 2016. Now, three years later, a bid for the project has been accepted.

Elizabethtown Tourism and Convention Bur­eau Executive Director Janna Clark informed Elizabethtown City Council members Monday during their work session of the commission’s decision to accept a bid from AstroTurf, a company based in Dalton, Georgia, for synthetic turf conversion of all 12 baseball and softball fields at the park…

Elizabethtown Sports Park to offer innovation programs to locals

Kentucky’s “Facilty of the Year” shares the perfect place to play with locals.
Kentucky’s premier outdoor sports facility, Elizabethtown Sports Park managed by The Sports Facilities Management (SFM), announces the first ever local programming for adults and kids at their facility…

Gratitude goes a long way

Last weekend we received a special note from a very satisfied customer. Katie gave the letter she had written to Suzanne, our food and beverage coordinator, thanking her for her quality service…

This article was originally published in The News-Enterprise on July 16, 2019.

Todd Yancey and Matt Howe may be new to the Elizabethtown area, but they are no rookies when it comes to success in the sports industry….

Elizabethtown Sports Park Hires General Manager

Kentucky’s premier outdoor sports facility, Elizabethtown Sports Park managed by The Sports Facilities Management (SFM), announces the hiring of their General Manager, Todd Yancey. Yancey’s first day includes onboarding at SFM’s corporate offices in Clearwater, FL, on Wednesday, May 22nd….

Kentucky's Elizabethtown Sports Park Announces Partnership with Industry-leading Firm, Sports Facilities Management (SFM)

Following a nation-wide search for a management firm, Elizabethtown Sports Park has selected Sports Facilities Management (SFM) to lead park operations in 2019 and beyond. Since opening to much anticipation in 2012, Elizabethtown Sports Park has been an important sports asset for tourism in Elizabethtown, Kentucky

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