The United States Handball Association Hall of Fame, located in Tucson, Arizona, serves as America's shrine to the game of handball.
It honors the heritage of the sport, acknowledges great players and contributors, and encourages participation of all ages.
The national handball museum honors both past and present players and features memorabilia such as photographs, plaques, medals, trophies, and painted portraits of the Hall's Members.
View Handball Hall of Fame Players HERE.
Hall of Fame Nominating Procedure (CLICK HERE).
The Hall of Fame Library features a growing collection of books as well as tournament and instructional videos; while the Wall of Champions documents winners in one-, three-, and four-wall tournaments on the national level.
In addition to the Hall of Fame, the building also houses the national headquarters. It is here where national tournaments are organized, Handball Magazine, the sport's only international publication, is produced, and handball developmental programs are established.
Please come visit the Hall of Fame in sunny Tucson, Arizona. Open 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday - Friday and 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. on Saturday.
And while you're here be sure to check out all of the other wonderful attractions Tucson has to offer.