All athletes must be 50 years old by December 31, 2021. The athlete’s competition age will be based on his/her age on December 31, 2021.
$45.00 registration fee plus event fee
Registration will close on Friday, Feb. 21, 2021 for pickleball.
Registration will close on March 25th for tennis, golf, cornhole, washers, football throw, soccer kick and softball throw. All other events will be posted at a later date.
Participants will compete in one of the following age categories for both individual and/or doubles sports: 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80-7, 85-89, 90-94, 95-99. Team sports are divided into the following brackets: 50+, 55+, 60+, 65+, 70+, 75+, and 80+. Your age group is determined by your age on December 31, 2021. Partner and team age groups will be determined by the age of the youngest partner/team member.
Proof of Identification
The Texas Senior Games will require its participants to provide the following documentation when participating at the Texas Senior Games. 1) A valid photo identification card such as a driver's license, passport or green card that states the athlete's gender, OR 2) A copy of a valid in-force medical or health insurance policy that unequivocally states the athlete's gender. Birth certificates shall not be acceptable. Any athletes unable to provide proof of age will be disqualified. Any team with a rostered individual who is not of minimum age, or whose age listed on the roster is incorrect and causes the team to play in the wrong age division, will be disqualified.
Rule – Decisions
All events will be conducted in accordance with both the Texas Senior Games Association Official Rules (TSGA) and the 2021 National Senior Games Association (NSGA) Rules. The Games Director or Assistant Director is the final authority for rules and interpretations.
Confirmation of Entry:
Participants who register online will receive an immediate confirmation of their entry..
Participants are required to provide their own equipment, except as specified per their sport.
It is recommended that participants confer with their personal physician prior to this competition. It is also recommended that participants prepare for competition and train accordingly.
How many Sports and/or Events can I enter?
As long as events are not held at conflicting times, athletes may enter as many events as they desire. Scheduling cannot always be done to accommodate other events. Athletes must be a member of a team to enter the team events.
Participants must have a partner to enter doubles events. Athletes may compete with only one partner per event. Doubles teams with one Texas resident and one-out-of-state resident will be considered an out-of-state team. When registering online you must spell your partner’s name correctly and enter your partner’s year of birth. If this is not done correctly the system will not match you with your partner. Texas Senior Games is not responsible for finding your partner. We recommend that you use Partner Finder.
Team Captains are responsible for submitting the team roster, team fee and the individual member registration information forms together. Teams must submit the completed information to the team captain who in turn submits the team roster, enclosing all completed forms and fees. 3-on-3 Basketball teams have a limit of 10 team members; softball teams have a limit of 20 members; volleyball teams have a limit of 15 members.
The Team Sport fee applies to those participating in 3-on-3 basketball, softball, and volleyball. Team members registering ONLY for a team event do not pay an additional registration fee or event fee. Team members that will be participating in ANY additional event(s), including Around-the-World and Free Throw events, must also pay the full registration fee plus any event entry fees for each additional event.
Teams with at least 51% of their members not residing in the State of Texas will be considered an out-of-state team for qualifying purposes. Teams must comply with the TSGA rules for maximum number of out-of-state players.
Texas Senior Games Office Contact Information
Phone: 210-302-6973 | Fax: 210-408-2341
Street Address: Texas Senior Games
12500 N.W. Military Hwy, Ste. 275
San Antonio, TX 78231
ENTRY FEES and EVENT FEES must be paid in full and must accompany the entry form. Forms received without the appropriate fees WILL NOT be processed. It is the responsibility of the team captain to send in team fees, roster, and the team member’s information together.
The Team Sport fee applies to those participating in 3-on-3 Basketball, Softball, and Volleyball. Team members registering ONLY for a team event do not pay an additional registration fee or event fee. Team members who will be participating in ANY additional event(s), including Around-the-World and Free Throw events, must also pay the full registration fee plus any event entry fees for each additional event.
Event Policy/Event Cancellation or Postponements
No refund will be made if an entrant fails to compete. In the event of inclement weather or unsafe conditions, Texas Senior Games staff and officials reserve the right to cancel, reschedule or postpone outdoor events. Game officials also reserve the right to cancel any event or combine age groups due to insufficient entries. Due to costs that must be incurred by the Senior Games, no refund will be given under the circumstances stated above. In the event of venue change or event cancellation, the information will be posted on the website, www.texasseniorgames.org, and announced on the hotline. Every effort will be made to contact entrants prior to the start of the Games
T-shirts will be brought to each venue.
Medals will be awarded to first, second, and third place finalists at the end of each event. Medals may also be mailed with a request in writing accompanied by a check, payable to the Senior Games in the amount of $3.00 per medal for shipping, mailed to Texas State Games, c/o JCC, 12500 N.W. Military Hwy, Ste. 275, San Antonio, TX 78231.
Results will be posted on the Texas Senior Games website www.txseniorgames.org within a month of your event