The American Sport Art Museum and Archives invites you to join us in support of our upcoming year by becoming an ASAMA member. As an ASAMA member, you will receive invitations to the opening receptions of our exhibits and you will be entitled to a 10% discount on all purchases in the ASAMA gift shop.

Dedicated to the collection, display and preservation of sports history, art and literature, our museum exhibits world-renowned sport artists Hans Erni, Charles Billich, Ernie Barnes and the famed Spanish artist Cristóbal Gabarrón, whose mural is prominently displayed outside our campus/museum. Exhibiting what is believed to be the largest collection of fine sport art in world, our museum boasts of more than 1,800 works in all media, including painting, sculpture, assemblage and photography as well as limited edition prints. This diverse collection draws international attention to the community. Your membership, a tax-deductible contribution, also ensures the continued existence and success of ASAMA.

We thank you for your consideration, and hope you choose to join us in our quest to promote sports and its history through the collection, preservation and display of fine art.

Membership Levels

  • Gold Membership $1000
  • Silver Membership $500
  • Bronze Membership $250
  • Coach Membership $100
  • Player Under $100

To join ASAMA, simply complete and mail our membership form to:

American Sport Art Museum and Archives
ASAMA Membership
One Academy Drive
Daphne, Alabama 36526

All memberships are annual and run from 1 January to 31 December. Annual renewal forms will be sent in November.

Walk of Fame

What do Hank Aaron, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Sugar Ray Leonard, Michael Jordan, Martina Navratilova, Cal Ripken Jr. and Carl Lewis all have in common? Besides being sports superstars, their names also appear on our Walk of Fame.

The brick walkway along the western perimeter of the campus, leading to the “Tribute to the Human Spirit” mural by Cristóbal Gabarrón, is literally paved with the names of those who achieved immortality in their respective sports. Other celebrities, elected officials and foreign dignitaries have placed their names there as well. As friends and aficionados of art and sports, you too can become a part of this beautification project by purchasing one or more bricks along the path. Each brick will be engraved to your specifications, reflecting your choice of wording. Brick purchases are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Buying bricks along our Walk of Fame gives you a unique opportunity to show your support of the arts, as well as honor your loved ones, family, teammates, coaches, colleagues, and friends with a lasting memorial. Bricks can be purchased for $30 each.

If you would like to add your name to our Walk of Fame, please contact: ASAMA, One Academy Drive, Daphne, Alabama 36526 (telephone number: 251-626-3303).


The American Sport Art Museum and Archives, a division of the United States Sports Academy, is a non-profit institution. Therefore, all donations made to the Museum are tax deductible.

Your donation is deeply appreciated. To send in your gift, please follow the link below:

Donating Art to ASAMA

The American Sport Art Museum and Archives, a division of the United States Sports Academy, is a non-profit institution. Therefore, all donations made to the Museum are tax deductible.

If you are considering donating a work of art to the ASAMA collection, please use the following instructions to ensure your donation is properly evaluated and processed.

  1. Please send a letter of intent via U.S. mail or e-mail to the ASAMA Curator. Your letter should include pertinent information regarding the proposed work of art. Please include the artist, title, medium, size, date (rendered) and value.
  2. All letters should be accompanied by an image or high quality reproduction of the proposed work. They may be slides, digital images or high quality computer generated prints. When applicable, one may provide a link to the artist website featuring the work.
  3. Please address letters sent via U.S. Mail to: ASAMA Curator, American Sport Art Museum and Archives, One Academy Drive, Daphne, AL 36526.
  4. Please send e-mails to

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