2020 Elmwood Park Fall Bocce Tournament

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Elmwood Park’s 2020 Fall Bocce Tournament will wrap up a fun summer season of bocce.

  • $50 / 4 person team
  • 32 Teams
  • Single Elimination
  • Cash Prizes for 1st, 2nd, 3rd Place Winners

2020 Club Molisani Charities Invitational Bocce Tournament

Club Molisani is presenting the 2020 Club Molisani Charities Invitational Bocce Tournament between Thursday 10/8 – Sunday 10/11 this year.

Sponsored by Ganley Village (Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram)


  • 5 Synthetic Courts
  • $200 / 4 person team
  • Bracket Style Tournament (Thur, Fri, Sat)
  • Backboard is live
  • Max of 64 Teams
  • 100% Payout
  • 2 winners and 2 losers from each bracket to playoffs on Sunday

Download registration from Club Molisani’s website and mail to Lou Fatica at 8440 Sancturary Cr., Mentor, OH  44060.

Event Location:  29101 Euclid Ave., Wickliffe, OH  44092

2019 Taunton 2-Man Fall Bocce Tournament

Italian Social Club in Taunton, MA is hosting the 2019 Taunton 2-Man Fall Bocce Tournament in October.  Exact date is TBD.  Contact Dale for details.

  • 2 person teams
  • $100 per team
  • Prizes to be determined

7th Annual Carmine L Cassese Memorial Bocce Tournament

7th Annual Carmine L Cassese Memorial Bocce Tournament Sept 19-22, 2019 held at Cassese’s MVR.

  • 4 Brackets on Thursday, Friday and Saturday
  • Thursday at 6:00 PM
  • Friday 6:00 PM
  • Saturday 9:00 AM and 4:00 PM
  • Sunday Finals
  • $200/ team – Includes Drink Tix & T Shirts
  • Double Elimination
  • 64 Teams
  • 100% Payout

Darren Landis 330-718-9139

PayPal & Venmo Available

410 N Walnut Street Youngstown, OH 44505

2019 Tuscan Kitchen Bocce Tournament

2019 Tuscan Kitchen and Tuscan Market 6th Annual Bocce Tournament

  • 4 Person Teams, 20 team tournament
  • $100 / Team
  • All registration money goes into the prize pool
  • Register online will be available at Tuscan Brands or email jbuford@tuscanbrands.com
  • Saturday and Sunday, September 7th and 8th
  • Start time TBD
  • Practice time TBD
  • (2) Outdoor Clay Courts

2019 Moneyball 2 Bocce Tournament

Italian Social Club in Taunton, MA is hosting the Moneyball 2 Bocce Tournament on August 24, 2019.

  • 4 person teams, 16 teams
  • $200 per team
  • Wins and Points will determine the 4 playoffs teams
  • Playoffs is single elimination
  • Prizes to be determined

6th Annual Tom Gialde Memorial Bocce Tournament

The American Sons of Columbus in Kansas City, MO will host the 6th Annual Tom Gialde Memorial Bocce Tournament August 9 – 11, 2019.

  • USBF Open Rules Apply
  • Backboard is dead
  • Size 107mm/920g balls required (House Balls are available)
  • Two Divisions: Men and Women (Mixed teams will be entered into the Men’s bracket)
  • Minimun $4,600 in Prize Money (Based on 16 Men’s teams)
  • MEN:  1st- $1,600 * 2nd- $1,100 * 3rd- $700 * 4th- $400 * 5th-8th- $200
  • WOMEN  1st- $600 * 2nd- $400 * 3rd- $300 * 4th-$200

Download the Registration Form and details

Registration Fees: 
$75 per player
$10- Non Player Lunch
$25- Non-Player Dinner

Tournament Schedule:
Friday, August 9
Open Practice All Day
4:00pm Brackets will be drawn
6:45pm- Captain’s Meeting
7:00pm- Lagging and Shooting Competition
7:45pm- Tournament Starts

Saturday, August 10
8:30 am- Tournament Resumes
11:00 am-1:00 pm- Lunch
7:00 pm- Gialde Dinner and Presentation

Sunday, August 11
9:00am- Knockout Round &Finals

As a founding member of the ASOC in 1964, Tom Gialde was a pioneer for Italian-American worker and civil rights. He championed many initiatives, at both the city and state level, to ensure Italian-Americans had the ability to pursue the American Dream. An avid player of many sports, Mr. Gialde always enjoyed the game of bocce. He, along with his brother Stan, promoted the sport throughout the Kansas City community. The ASOC is proud to name its  invitational bocce tournament in his honor.