Welcome to the 2022 Family Program in Support of Warrior Games!

On behalf of the Family Program, we look forward to meeting you in Orlando, Florida.  The Warrior Games, organized by the United States Department of Defense, and hosted by the U.S. Army, is a competition from September 19-28, 2022.

We appreciate this opportunity to support our greatest national treasure, our military men and women and their loved ones.

Whether an Athlete, Family Attendee, Fan, Sponsor or Volunteer, we are available to assist you to ensure your visit to Orlando is a fantastic experience.

We look forward to meeting you!

About the 2022 Family Program in Support of Warrior Games 

The 2022Family Program in Support of Warrior Games is graciously supported by generous sponsors.

About the Warrior Games

The annual event, first held in 2010, celebrates the resiliency and dedication of wounded, ill, and injured active duty and veteran U.S. military service members. Hundreds of elite-athletes, including those from international allied nations, will compete in adaptive sporting events such as wheelchair basketball, cycling, indoor rowing, and wheelchair rugby among others during the games.

The DoD Warrior Games serve as a way to enhance the recovery and rehabilitation of wounded warriors by providing them exposure to adaptive sports. Participation in the Warrior Games represents the culmination of a service member’s involvement in an adaptive sports program and demonstrates the incredible potential of wounded warriors through competitive sports.

The 2022 Warrior Games will once again be open to the public, welcoming the community and the world to be a part of the excitement and support these heroes. ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, donated for use and serving as a Warrior Games venue for the first time, is a 220-acre facility that features multiple indoor and outdoor competition sites.

To visit the official Department of Defense Warrior Games site, please click here.

About the Military Adaptive Sports Program

In 2011, the Department of Defense created the Military Adaptive Sports Program to enhance warrior recovery by engaging wounded, ill and injured service members in ongoing, daily adaptive activities, based on their interest and ability. Since its inception, the Military Adaptive Sports Program has assisted more than 158,000 wounded, ill and injured service members at 325 structured camps and clinics, for activities, including: basketball, cycling, track, field, swimming, golf, sitting volleyball, yoga, and gardening.