SFM Network

SFM Network is the Largest

Network of Sports Tourism & Community recreation Facilities in the USA

Facilities in the Network benefit from our unparalleled experience, exceptional team, and extraordinary results.

Whether your facility is still in development or has been operating for years, there are incredible benefits to joining our extensive network of facilities, events, sponsors, and talent.

When you join the Network, you maintain control of your facility, but gone are the risks and headaches associated with daily operations, because you’ve chosen to outsource that role to the Sports Facilities Management. With our model, we create 100% alignment between facility owners/municipalities and our team of 900+ operations, marketing, finance, HR, and events experts. Our goals are your goals – and you hire us to perform.


When you join the Network with outsourced operations from SFM, you gain access to thousands of event owners/rights holders, 900+ talented team members, and the experience of 18+ years of experience in facility planning, development, and operations.

What’s more, you’re tapping into a team with a proven record of performance. We welcome more than 25 million guests each year to our facilities, produce more than $200 million in economic impact, and serve local families and communities through sports and recreation programming opportunities.

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Caitlyn is from South New Jersey and came to the Tampa Bay Area in 2013. Her background is a versatile combination of hospitality, education, medical, and retail experience. She began her path in HR almost 4 years ago with a focus on recruitment in various industries. Caitlyn is a people person who loves connecting and helping others.

She enjoys the long summers of Florida in the outdoors gardening at home and hanging out at the beach.

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Elizabethtown Sports Park

Sports Facilities Management assessed all aspects of Elizabethtown’s (KY) existing sports and recreation assets, particularly the E-Town Sports Park and made recommendations of best practices for driving economic impact through events, tournaments, and recreation programming.

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