About the Event
The Secaucus Police Benevolent Association and the Secaucus Volunteer Fire Department are happy to announce the 2nd Annual Battle of the Badges Softball Charity Game! The game will take place on Saturday, June 18, 2022 at 6:30 pm at Kane Stadium. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to NJ Cope2Cop (on behalf of the PBA) and The Leary Firefighters Foundation (on behalf of the Fire Dept.) Tickets are $25 each and include a free entry into a raffle to win $500. Anyone interested in attending must act quickly, there are only 250 tickets available! To purchase a ticket please complete the form below and a representative will contact you as soon as possible. Thank you very much for your ongoing support and we hope to see you there!
Reserve Your Tickets Today!
Please complete the brief form below to reserve your tickets for the big game. After successful completion of this form a representative will contact you with additional information. Thank you for your support!
About the Charities
Secaucus PBA's Choice:
NJ Cop2Cop is a 24/7 confidential peer support for New Jersey law enforcement officers and their families. Cop2Cop Peer counselors are retired officers and licensed clinicians that served several different law enforcement agencies including, county, municipal, corrections, large and small agencies. All ranks and positions are represented from Patrolman to Chiefs of Police. Cop2Cop provides peer counseling, assessments, specialty Cop2Cop network referrals, and Critical Incident Stress Management services. Peer Prevention services are also available for suicide prevention and resilience training.
Secaucus Fire Dept.'s Choice:
The Leary Firefighters Foundation
The Leary Firefighters Foundation provides funding and resources for fire departments to acquire the best available equipment, technology and training necessary for the health and safety of firefighters and in turn, the public they serve. Founded in 2000 by actor Denis Leary in response to the 1999 Cold Storage Warehouse fire tragedy in his native Worcester, Massachusetts, LFF has raised more than $10 million for first responders in Worcester, Boston, New York, New Jersey and New Orleans. The Foundation has also distributed more than $1.9 million to the families of the 343 firefighters who lost their lives on September 11th, 2001.
About the Facility
We would like to thank the Secaucus Recreation Department for allowing us to utilize their facility, Kane Stadium, for this event. Kane Stadium is a multi-purpose facility where both baseball and football are played. Approximately 2,000 seat stadium allows nighttime play for the Secaucus recreation football program, as well as a variety of high school baseball and football teams. For directions to the facility, please visit the map below or click the button below!