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Play from the Miami Pickleball Fan Club launch in March. @breakthelove Instagram

Break the Love, Miami Pickleball Club announce partnership for 2024 MLP season

DALLAS, TX - We’re still three weeks away from the first Major League Pickleball event of 2024 in Atlanta, but one Florida-based team is already working to create hype for the upcoming season.

A unique pickleball experience is coming to the 305, thanks to a partnership between court-booking platform Break the Love and Miami Pickleball Club (MPC).

The two organizations are set to co-host twelve mixers in and around Miami that will both connect members of the south Florida pickleball community and develop a strong fanbase for MPC in anticipation of the MLP Miami event taking place in October.


Another staple of the partnership is the Miami Pickleball Fan Club. Members receive free entry into all mixers, as well as access to premium MPC gear and opportunities to meet the team’s pros.

The first mixer will take place on Thursday, April 18 at Miami Shores Tennis and Pickleball Club.

This is the second time in as many weeks that we’re seeing an MLP team looking to get involved with its local community. Last week, it was the Utah Black Diamonds, who revealed plans to build a pickleball facility in South Jordan, UT.

That’s an exciting trend to see with respect to the long-term viability of this ever-growing sport.