The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office, along with the City of Kissimmee, will host the 2023 Kickball Palooza tournament benefitting Special Olympics Florida beginning at 7 a.m. on Saturday, April 22nd at the Fortune Road Athletic Complex. The event includes a three-game guarantee, fun team themes, music, and more.

This year Kickball Palooza is open to businesses, organizations, individuals, and groups that would like to come together to support Special Olympics. The teams must have 10 players, five males and five females. The team entry fee to participate is $300.

Kickball Palooza is part of the various local fundraising events of the law enforcement community’s year-round support of Special Olympics Florida.

“We are proud to support Special Olympics Florida with this Kickball Palooza as well as Tip-A-Cop, where our deputies and employees volunteer their time in restaurants to receive tips to raise funds for the Special Olympics and sell Torch Run merchandise,” said Sheriff Marcos Lopez. “We hope we can count on your help for this generous cause,” added Sheriff Marcos Lopez.

For more information contact:

Deputy Lissette Burgos at or 407-785-0293.

Angee Vega at or 407-348-1105.