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Travel Ball” is a heartfelt drama. The feature film explores the pressures placed on elite teen athletes by win-at-all-cost coaches, misguided parents and a multi-billion-dollar industry that profits from it all. The original screenplay takes the characters from athletic fields in the U.S., to the football pitches of Manchester, England, to the baseball diamonds of Puerto Rico. “Travel Ball” is a very timely story with commercial appeal, diversity and a worldwide audience for all ages.

2018 $20B $17B Youth Sports Global Revenue Rivals $15B NFL 2026 $100B In Billions USD Youth Sports Global Market Projected at $78B Future Source: WinterGreen Research Youth Sports Projected to Surpass $100B

TB Logo Coming Soon 2018 $20 $17B Youth Sports Global Revenue Rivals $15B NFL 2026 $60 Youth Sports Global Market Projected at $78B Future Youth Sports Projected
to Surpass $100B
In Billions USD Source: WinterGreen Research Read More

Travel Ball” is a heartfelt drama. The feature film explores the pressures placed on elite teen athletes by win-at-all-cost coaches, misguided parents and a multi-billion-dollar industry that profits from it all. The original screenplay takes the characters from athletic fields in the U.S., to the football pitches of Manchester, England, to the baseball diamonds of Puerto Rico. “Travel Ball” is a very timely story with commercial appeal, diversity and a worldwide audience for all ages.

THIS GROWTH INDUSTRY COMES WITH PLENTY OF CONTROVERSY SOON TO BE THE HEARTBEAT OF A BREAKOUT SUMMER FILM

The current market place of youth sports, (the money, the media, the student-athletes, and their parents) is ripe with stories and drama for a major motion picture. From “The Blindside” to “Field of Dreams“, “Rocky” to “42“, the timeless and most successful sports films have left clues. The research shows that the sports films that make the cut are almost exclusively dramas over comedies. They’re also not only just about sports. There often underdog driven themes such as, the individual against the establishment (Money Ball), breaking through the barrier of racism or sexism (42, Bend it Like Beckham) and fighting for the purity and magic of the sport itself (Field of Dreams). Perhaps the most successful family drama centered around sports is “The Blind Side” that explores “Big Mike” Oher’s inspiring journey from poverty and foster care to a top NFL draft choice thanks to the love and support of his second family. The film began with a budget of $29M US and grossed over $300M in box office alone.

Yet, there has not been a contemporary, definitive sports/family drama showing the pressures of today’s teenage athletes, striving to beat the odds. A highly commercial film that can cut through and compete with the summer studio fair. Until now…

The media buzz around youth sports is big business. Travel Ball Partners will leverage existing travel and club sports social media, print and digital platforms to promote a Summer 2021 theatrical release.

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