Regional Competitions

Special Olympics Illinois (SOILL) is in all 102 counties, serving athletes in every corner of the state. It is organized into 11 geographic Regions, each with its own team to implement SOILL programming at the local level.

Athletes compete at their Region Qualifier and those earning a gold medal may advance to the next level of competition which in most cases is the State Championships.

There are many ways to be involved in a regional qualifier aside from competing. Each event provides opportunities to volunteer, sponsor the event, provide in-kind donations (sorry, trophies cannot be accepted) or simply attending as a Fan in the Stands*. Join us at an upcoming event in your neighborhood!

Need Help Finding Your Region? Enter your Zip Code in the box to the right!

*Please note, at this time, restrictions and specific policies regarding spectators may be in place due to COVID-19

Spring Games

Special Olympics Illinois is so excited to again return to play this spring. Many of our Regions will be hosting Spring Games events through the months of April, May, and June. Participating teams and agencies will be contacted directly by the Regions. Due to our COVID-19 policies and restrictions, spectators for these events will likely be prohibited. We advise that you contact your Region if you are unsure of whether or not you are allowed to attend. Best of luck to all who are competing!

Special Olympics Illinois continues to take the threat of COVID-19 very seriously. Our number one priority is keeping our athletes, volunteers, families and constituents safe. To learn more about our Coronavirus updates, resources, and information, please visit www.soill.org/coronavirus-updates-and-information.

Regional Competitions

This calendar only displays local competitions hosted in our Regions or online. For a full calendar of events, including state championships and fundraising events, please visit our Calendar of Events.

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Region B Unified Golf
8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Golf provides Special Olympics athletes the opportunity to develop their golf skills by participating in Individual Skills Competition, 3-Hole and 6-hole competitions. Golfers who have the ability to put all of the skills together can participate in 9-hole competition. Unified golf allows for athletes and their non-dis

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Region C Golf Skills
8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Golf provides Special Olympics athletes the opportunity to develop their golf skills by participating in Individual Skills Competition, 3-Hole and 6-hole competitions. Golfers who have the ability to put all of the skills together can participate in 9-hole competition. Unified golf allows for athletes and their non-dis

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Region E Tennis
8:00 am - 6:00 pm

A lifetime leisure sport, tennis provides athletes the opportunity to learn and perform a variety of sports skills. Tennis competition is offered in singles and doubles at various ability levels ranging from traditional tennis to Individual Skills Competition to develop basic tennis skills. Athletes also have the oppor

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Region E 9-Hole and Unified Golf
8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Golf provides Special Olympics athletes the opportunity to develop their golf skills by participating in Individual Skills Competition, 3-Hole and 6-hole competitions. Golfers who have the ability to put all of the skills together can participate in 9-hole competition. Unified golf allows for athletes and their non-di

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Region B Softball Teams and Skills
8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Slow pitch softball involves teams of 10 athletes each. Individuals who wish to play softball but do not have a team can participate in Individual Skills Competition to develop basic softball skills.

As in all Special Olympics sports, athletes are grouped into competition divisions according to ability level, age and g

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Region I Softball Teams & Skills
8:00 am - 6:00 pm

Slow pitch softball involves teams of 10 athletes each. Individuals who wish to play softball but do not have a team can participate in Individual Skills Competition to develop basic softball skills.

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Region H Softball Tournament
9:00 am - 6:00 pm

Slow pitch softball involves teams of 10 athletes each. Individuals who wish to play softball but do not have a team can participate in Individual Skills Competition to develop basic softball skills.

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