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Tournaments

November 2019

San Diego Showcase

July 17-19, 2020 2nd Grade - High School Divisions Our San Diego Showcase is a great way to spend a fun filled and competitive weekend in San Diego. With a strong field of teams and lots to do when your team is not playing this is the perfect choice for a summer tournament. Our friendly and courteous staff ... Read more >

May 2019

June Jumps Tournament

June 21-23, 2019 2nd Grade - High School Divisions Our June Jumps Tournament is a great way to spend a fun filled and competitive weekend in San Marcos, San Diego. With a strong field of teams and lots to do when your team is not playing this is the perfect choice for a summer tournament. Our friendly and ... Read more >

August 2018

3 on 3 Tournament

August 25: SCHEDULE

January 2018

King and Queen of the Court

September 23: Our One-on-One challenge is a must-attend event on September 23rd. Come test your skills against some of the best players around San Diego. Our goal is to find the very best ISO players in the county and crown him and her, the King and Queen of the Court. Divisions - 3rd-8th, High School, Men's Open, Women's. Register now!

May 2017

Thanksgiving Hoops

November 29 – December 1, 2019 2nd – 8th Grade Divisions No matter what age, no matter what division, whether it be Gold, Silver, Bronze or Copper, it’s time to really find out what team in each age in each division is really the best in the West. 2019 SCHEDULE

April 2017

December 2016

Christmas Classic

Christmas Classic: SCHEDULE

February 2016

Winter Prep Classic

December 14-17, 2016 High School Divisions San Diego Sol runs the largest and most organized youth leagues in San Diego. We offer A, B and C divisions to accommodate all levels of teams. We also offer flexible scheduling to accommodate your team's needs. Our friendly and courteous staff will make certain that you have a wonderful ... Read more >

International Games

2019 results.

International Games

July 22 - 24, 2016: Our 2nd annual San Diego International Games were a huge success. We had 42 teams, representing 7 different countries, participate in seven age divisions – boys 12u, boys 14u, boys high school, girls 12u, girls 14u, girls 16u high school and girls 18u high school. The girls high school divisions were NCAA certified, which means that college coaches were in attendance, viewing players for scholarships. Participating nations included Australia, Denmark, Germany, Mexico, the Hopi Nation, the Navajo Nation as well as numerous teams from the western United States. 2016 IG SCHEDULES