Spokane is home to one of best sports scenes in the nation. In May, more than 50,000 runners, including elite competitors from around the world, hit the streets to race in Bloomsday. And come June, 7,000 teams, 3,000 volunteers and 225,000 fans gather for Hoopfest, the world’s biggest three-on-three basketball tournament. Die hard sports fans support perennial college powerhouses like Gonzaga men’s and women’s basketball teams, Eastern Washington University football and the Washington State University Cougars. And friends and family gather in beautiful stadiums at unbeatable prices to watch professional sports teams compete in arena football, baseball, hockey and soccer.
The Spokane Chiefs are part of the Western Hockey League and provide affordable, fun, family entertainment with 36 home games. The Chiefs sell individual game tickets, group outings, suites, party
The Spokane Indians Baseball Club is the short-season Single-A affiliate of the Texas Rangers. The Indians play 38 home games at beautiful Avista Stadium from mid-June to September. The Indians