2017 World Masters Games


 Competition in the 28 sports will take place across 10 days of the Games, commencing with selected sports and the Opening Ceremony on 21 April 2017 and concluding with final events and the Closing Ceremony on 30 April 2017.

Competition Details

A Grade (Competitive)

B Grade (Recreational)

Proposed Age Categories

A Grade (Competitive) 35+ and 45+

B Grade (Recreational) 35+ and 45+

Open Grade 55+

The age category you will compete in for Baseball will be determined as at 31 December 2017.

For teams, the category you compete in is based on the age of the youngest team member.

For example, if your youngest team member is 44 during Games time but has turned 45 by 31 December, you would compete in the 45+ age category.


Crossfield Reserve, located just over 12km east of Auckland Central

Lloyd Elsmore Park, located just under 19km east of Auckland Central

McLeod Park, located 15.5km west of Auckland Central

Mt Roskill War Memorial Park, located just under 8km south of Auckland Central.

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Competition Information

Full details of competition dates and times; events and format which includes a breakdown of age categories; competition rules; and venue detail can be found in the Baseball Sports Information Guide. As further information comes to hand the Sports Information Guide will be updated so please make sure you check that you have the most up to date version.

Frequently Asked Questions

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How to Register

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