Atlanta Braves taking World Series trophy on the road on 151-stop tour

Manager Brian Snitker of the Atlanta Braves hoists the commissioner's trophy following the team's 7-0 victory against the Houston Astros in Game Six to win the 2021 World Series. (Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images)

Missed the chance to see the Braves' World Series Trophy in person? You'll have over 150 chances to see it again. The Atlanta Braves will be taking the team's trophy on tour with stops throughout Braves Country.

The World Champions Trophy Tour presented by Truist will stop at locations in Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi, South Carolina, and North Carolina.

Tour stops will include the opportunity for fans to take photos with the trophy and other programming from the Braves.

The tour begins on Tuesday, Feb. 15 at Colony Square in Midtown. At this stop, fans can also enjoy music with the Atlanta Braves Heavy Hitters and Blooper.

"We felt the tremendous support of Braves Country throughout the season and particularly in the Postseason, and we are taking this Championship on the road to fans across the Southeast so that they can share in the joy and celebration of this historic victory," said Atlanta Braves President and CEO Derek Schiller.

The tour will stop in locations like Mobile, Alabama, the birthplace of Henry "Hank" Aaron, Cairo, Georgia, the birthplace of Jackie Robinson, DeKalb for the Morehouse College baseball season opener, and the stadiums of the Braves' minor league teams. 

You can see the full schedule below:

  • February 15 Colony Square – Midtown Atlanta, GA 
  • February 17 Georgia Tech Women’s Basketball at McCamish Pavilion – Atlanta, GA 
  • February 18* Kennesaw State University Baseball at Fred Stillwell Baseball Stadium – Kennesaw, GA 
  • February 19* Georgia Aquarium – Atlanta, GA 
  • February 20 Gresham Park Baseball Complex for Morehouse College Baseball Season Opener vs. Tuskegee University – Atlanta, GA 
  • February 24 Academy Sports + Outdoors – Cumming, GA 
  • February 25* University of North Georgia Baseball at Bob Stein Stadium – Dahlonega, GA 
  • February 26* HBCU Classic Presented by Truist at Coolray Field – Lawrenceville, GA 
  • March 1 University of West Georgia at The Coliseum – Carrollton, GA 
  • March 5* University of Tennessee Men’s Basketball at Thompson-Boling Arena – Knoxville, TN 
  • March 12 Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort – Cherokee, NC 
  • March 13 Harrah’s Cherokee Valley River Casino & Hotel – Murphy, NC 
  • March 17 Savannah’s St. Patrick’s Day Celebration – Savannah, GA 
  • March 22* Georgia Southern Baseball at JI Clements Stadium – Statesville, GA  
  • March 26 Georgia Sports Hall of Fame – Macon, GA 
  • March 29* Auburn University Baseball at Jordan-Hare Stadium – Auburn, AL 
  • April 2* University of Alabama at Birmingham Baseball at Jerry D. Young Memorial Baseball Field – Birmingham, AL  
  • April 5 Evans Town Center Park – Evans, GA
  • April 12* Gwinnett Stripers Home Opener at Coolray Field – Lawrenceville, GA 
  • April 13* Rome Braves Opening Homestand at State Mutual Stadium – Rome, GA 
  • April 15 Jackie Robinson Day Event at the Jackie Robinson Boys & Girls Club – Cairo, GA 
  • April 21 Historic Thomson Depot – Thomson, GA 
  • April 22* Augusta GreenJackets Opening Homestand at SRP Park – North Augusta, SC  
  • April 26 Country Music Hall of Fame – Nashville, TN 
  • April 26* Bridgestone Arena, Nashville Predators Hockey – Nashville, TN 
  • April 29* Vanderbilt Baseball at Hawkins Field – Nashville, TN 
  • May 6* Mississippi Braves at Trustmark Park – Pearl, MS 
  • May 7* Mississippi State Baseball at Dudy Noble Field – Starkville, MS 
  • May 8 * University of Mississippi Baseball at Swayze Field – Oxford, MS 
  • May 24 ACC Baseball Championship at Truist Field – Charlotte, NC 
  • July 9 Braves Country Battles Championship Tournament – Alpharetta, GA