Calgary Minor Softball Association Profile
Established in 1970
Community-based programs for girls and boys that offer developmental, intermediate, and competitive levels of play in each age category
YMFL (Young Men's Fastball League)
CMSUA (Calgary Minor Softball Umpires Association)
NCCP Certification for coaches
Accommodate appropriate level of play in all categories
All teams qualify for City Championships and are placed according to season statistics to ensure same level competition in championships
Participation in Softball Alberta (AASA) sanctioned tournaments
Affiliations: Softball Calgary, Softball Alberta, Softball Canada, Calgary Sport Council
The District programs are the heart and soul of Calgary Minor Softball. Each District is responsible for the administration of their softball program to ensure participants and their families have a positive and rewarding experience. The following is a list of age divisions offered by Districts for both girls and boys.
T- Ball "District set"
Learn To Play "District set"
U10 Mites as of January 1st of current year
U12 Squirts as of January 1st of current year
U14 Pee Wee as of January 1st of current year
U16 Bantam - as of January 1st of current year
U19 Midget (C & D) as of January 1st of current year
U18 Midget (A & B) as of January 1st of current year
Young Men's Fastball League (YMFL)
The YMFL is the organizational body for softball / fastpitch for boys ages 13 to 19 (PeeWee "A", Bantam, Midget) in Calgary. They provide a place for boys of all skill levels to play softball as an extension of the community based program run by Calgary Minor Softball Association. They offer competitive as well as house league competition. YMFL operates under the umbrella of Calgary Minor Softball and is affiliated with the Softball Alberta.
Calgary Minor Softball Umpires Association (CMSUA)
Calgary Minor Softball Umpires Association whose mandate is to provide qualified umpires for the Calgary Minor Fastpitch Softball community under the umbrella of Calgary Minor Softball. CMSUA provides umpires for tournaments throughout Alberta, Western Canada and Nationally. The CMSUA umpires currently cover the Bantam and Midget level games. CMSUA regularly send umpires to the Alberta Summer Games, Alberta Provincial Championships, Western Canadian Championships and the Canadian National Championships. Our umpires are respected throughout the country as some of the most qualified and best trained umpires.