Visit Enid is the official Sports Commission for the City of Enid and is a member of the National Association of Sports Commissions (NASC). Its sports facilities are among the best in the state.

DDavid Allen Memorial Ballparkavid Allen Memorial Ballpark is one of the finest small community ballparks in the nation. Home to the National Junior College Athletic Association Division II World Series each May since 2009, David Allen plays host to around 400 baseball games per season. It is also home to NOC-Enid and Enid High baseball, the NCAA Div. II Great American Conference postseason tournament, NJCAA Region II postseason tournament, and numerous Connie Mack state and regional tournaments each summer. It's a great day when you drive down Grand Ave. in downtown Enid and see the sandwich board sign announcing, "Game Today" outside the entrance to the ballpark.

Stride Bank Center opened across the street from David Allen Memorial Ballpark in June, 2013 and is the home arena for Enid High basketball and volleyball. It serves as a host for OSSAA postseason tournaments and events as well as the Mid America Nationals Wrestling Championship each December. In July 2018, the Champions Indoor Football (CIF) league announced it was expanding to Enid. The Oklahoma Flying Aces began play at the Stride Bank Center in April 2019 and is Oklahoma's only indoor football team.

D. Bruce Selby Stadium is home to Enid Plainsmen football and soccer and also is the venue for several OSSAA state championship events.

Thanks to its 21 public courts, Enid played host to the 2018 State Games of Oklahoma Tennis Tournament, the first time a State Games tennis event was held outside of the Oklahoma City metro area. After being so impressed with its 2018 event, Enid will host the State Games of Oklahoma Tennis Tournament again in 2019.

Click here to learn more about Enid sports facilities. or contact Visit Enid's Rob Houston at 580.616.7369 for more information.