A brawl between parents erupted at a youth softball game with half a dozen adults throwing punches and rolling around on the ground.

The scuffle between parents and fans of two North Carolina girls teams took place in the city of Kingsport, Tennessee.

It lead to both teams being disqualified from the 12 and under tournament on Saturday, the Kingsport Times-News reported.

No injuries or arrests were reported in the aftermath of the fight.

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A verbal confrontation between two sets of spectators sparked the brawl after someone got pushed, Todd McLemore of Kingsport’s Parks and Recreation Department said.

The Cardinals had won a game prior to this fight and they were supposed to play the winner of Blue Ridge and (another team), Mr McLemore said.

Apparently some spectators were very vocal towards the umpire calls in favour of Blue Ridge and it just got louder and louder.

Video footage shows the spectators punching and kicking each other, as others tackle each other to the ground.

USA Softball, which sponsored the event, said the teams – East Wilkes Cardinals and the Blue Ridge Explosion – would be barred from future events.

(c) Sky News 2018: Girls teams kicked out of Tennessee softball tournament after parents brawl