About the NABF
The National Amateur Baseball Federation (NABF) was established at an organizational meeting in Louisville, Kentucky, in 1914, and is the oldest continually operated national baseball organization in the country.
The NABF is a nonprofit organization run by a number of Officers and Directors from all parts of the United States. These volunteers help keep the organization running smoothly, as regional and national championship tournaments are held coast to coast.
The NABF hosts the unlimited age Major Division World Series in Battle Creek, Michigan and the 22U Division World Series in Youngstown, OH,
Major Division (23+):
Regional: July 29-Aug 1 – Midland, MI
World Series: Aug 5-8 – Battle Creek, MI
College Division (22U):
World Series: July 22-25