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Friday, June 21 at the BJCC!
Everything you need to know about picking up your Opening Ceremonies T-Shirt, the Athlete Leadership Summit, the Opening Ceremonies and your chance to win one of 4 $2500 College Scholarships!
Please check your sport specific page for schedule information.
Several have called and asked us not to close the registration to receive the Alabama Legislature Meritorious Scouting Award and Certificate of Appreciation. Therefore, we are leaving registration open until 6:15 pm on Friday, June 21.
The ASF Foundation is proud to partner with Alabama Public Television to telecast State Games XXXI Opening Ceremonies Live Statewide on June 21st at 7:00 PM from the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex Arena in Birmingham, Alabama!
Check your cable company to verify which channel is the APT channel.
Registration is still open for the following sports: Archery, Bass Fishing, BMX, Bowling, Disc Golf, Shooting Sports, Table Tennis and Outdoor Volleyball. Please see the sport specific page for time and location for on-site registration..
You can donate using Paypal and your donation will be used to support our Student Academic Scholarship Program, the Student Ambassadors Program, the Honoring Our Heroes Program, the Wee Can Fight Obesity Program, State Games and more.
Senator Hinton Mitchem
Since the ASF Foundation's inception in 1982, State Senator Hinton Mitchem from Albertville has been instrumental in providing leadership for the ASF Foundation's State Games, including the inaugural event in 1983.
Senator Mitchem passed away in 2012 and will be sorely missed by the ASF Foundation family. In his memory, the ASF Foundation dedicates State Games XXXI in his honor.
At the very beginning in 1982, Sandra Newkirk from Auburn was heavily involved in providing volunteer support and leadership for the ASF Foundation's State Games Inaugural Event in 1983.
Sandra Newkirk passed away in 2012 and will be sorely missed by the ASF Foundation family. In her memory, the ASF Foundation dedicates State Games XXXI in her honor.