Fall Games

November 12 - 13 and December 4


Unleash Your Inner Champion

The 2016 Fall Games will take place on two different weekends - November 12 & 13 at Fountain Valley Recreation Center & Sports Park for Soccer, Softball, Tennis & Volleyball, and on December 4 at The Rinks in Huntington Beach for Floor Hockey and Fountain Bowl in Fountain Valley for Bowling. It will attract more than 1,100 athletes from across Southern California who will compete for gold, silver, and bronze medals and ribbons! Admission is free and open to the public.

Get Involved

Special Olympics Southern California enriches the lives of more than 26,000 athletes with intellectual disabilities and their communities in Southern California through sports, education, and athlete health.

Volunteers

More than 1,500 volunteers are needed to make to this event successful.

Become a Volunteer

Fans in the Stands

Cheer on the 1,100 athletes as they compete for the gold.

Sponsor & Donate

Are you interested in becoming a sponsor for future Games or donating to Special Olympics and making a difference in the lives of individuals with intellectual disabilities and at your organization?

Sponsor

Donate

Featured Exhibits

Healthy Athletes

Healthy Athletes

Special Olympics athletes at Fall Games receive free health screenings for optometry, podiatry, hearing, dental, dietary and fitness.

Family Pavilion

Family Pavilion

Families will be able to relax and enjoy good company, with a host of activities and refreshments available.

Times & Locations:

Saturday, November 12 - 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Fountain Valley Recreation Center & Sports Park
Sunday, November 13 - 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Fountain Valley Recreation Center & Sports Park

Boutique

Rafer's Boutique

Attendees shop for souvenirs and merchandise at the official store for Special Olympics Southern California and Fall Games. Everything from T-shirts to hats to lapel pins and tote bags will be available.

Festival

Festival

Attendees can stop by to check out the entertainment, sponsor booths, games, arts and crafts, music, and much more. Families of athletes are also welcomed to stop by the Family Pavilion.

Young Athletes

Young Athletes Festival

Children with or without intellectual disabilities, ages 2 - 7, are introduced to sports during the Young Athletes Festival at Fall Games.


Ceremonies

Opening Ceremony

Kick off Fall Games by attending the free Opening Ceremony, which features the Parade of Athletes, live performances, and the lighting of the official cauldron to signify the beginning of the Games.