Update: March 24th, 2020
2020 Summer Games have been canceled. Anaheim Fire will host 2021 Games. Details will be posted when we get them.
Bass Fishing is canceled
Mountain Biking canceled
Hockey is canceled
Stickball location change. We have moved Stickball up North to Downtown San Jose. Finding a good location in Anaheim was difficult, so we made the move. Check events page for further info.
Taco Tuesday/Family Night will be held at Brewery X in Anaheim, (https://www.brewery-x.com/). We have also moved Beer Pong and the Kids Games to the same location. Kids Games start at 4 PM, Beer Pong starts at 6 PM. Food will be served at 5 PM. All competitors and their families eat for free at our Hosted Taco Tuesday. You must be wearing your wristband, which you get at check-in at the Host Hotel.
Registration is now opened.
Bass fishing will be held up North in 2020 on the Sacramento Delta April 6th and 7th. Registration is now open. Check the event page on our web site for details.
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Anaheim July 12-17, 2020
2020 Summer Games will bring back some sports we have had in the past:
Anaheim Firefighters will be hosting the California Summer Games, July 12-17, 2020.
Host hotel will be the Sheraton Anaheim 1855 S. Harbor Blvd.
Hotel Link below:
Anaheim Firefighters will be hosting a Casino Night.
Details will be posted when they are available.
We are inviting Western States Firefighters to join us for 2020
The Firefighter Summer Games began in 1970 as an opportunity for all California Firefighters to get together in friendly competition which promotes physical fitness and provides an informal forum for exchanging ideas. Throughout the years, the Summer Games have been held in Oakland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Davis, Irvine, Santa Clara, San Jose, San Diego, Palo Alto, Bakersfield, Santa Ana, Ventura, Concord, Sacramento and Livermore/Pleasanton. The games are governed by the California Firemen’s Athletic Association, with a local association bidding to be the host and bring the games to their community.
For 2019, the California Firemen’s Athletic Association (CFAA) has decided to stay in San Diego California.
The Games consist of several areas of competition which are all included in the events section of this web site.