Calgary Softball Leagues
If you are interested in joining an adult softball league, here is a list of Calgary softball league organizers in the community.
City of Calgary Leagues
“City of Calgary Co-ed Adult Slo-Pitch League: Step up to the plate! Join a fun, recreational, semi competitive Slo-Pitch team this spring and summer. Gain skills, get outdoors and meet new people.” There are leagues running on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, with 10 teams per league.
River Parks League (Softball Calgary In-House League)
“River Parks League (RPSL) is the in-house league of Softball Calgary. Originally created as a catchment for over-flow teams, it has been around for more than 5 years now. Teams that have played in the league tend to return year after year due to how well run the league is for them. Basically – Plug and Play as the schedule and all league details are taken care of by the Admin team at Softball Calgary. Format is 7-3 and includes a 21 game season with a single elimination playoff. Divisions are limited to 8 teams to help create nice even playing schedules. Double headers on most nights and diamonds are Athletic Park B Class at Shouldice and Glenmore. “
Calgary Media Slo-Pitch League
“The league was formed in 1977, and is still going strong. Games are played at Optimist Park, diamonds 5, 7, 8 & 9.
Game times: 6:15 and 7:45. The league is mixed Slo-Pitch.”
Calgary Men’s/Ladies/Coed Slow Pitch League (CMLC)
“The Calgary Men’s Slo-Pitch League was founded in 1972 by a group of friends wanting to play organized ball. The league has since provided adult slo-pitch softball for more than three decades at the same location to thousands of Calgarian and surrounding area residents; in 2011 the league changed names to Calgary Men’s/Ladies/Coed Slow Pitch League (CMLC). We’re a recreational softball league with a healthy mix of competition, fun and a simple love of the game.”
“The MRA softball league is a 20 team mixed adult league operating from the Shouldice athletic park in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The league has two divisions and offers 27 regular season games and a double knockout playoff tournament. The season runs from the last week in April until the second weekend in August.”
Calgary Mixed Slo-Pitch League
The CMSL has 3 Divisions of 12 teams. They play ~22 games (regular season) plus playoffs (if teams qualify) on the diamonds at Optimist Athletic Park. Games are Umpired (CSUA).
Rocky Mountain Slo-Pitch League
“Rocky Mountain Slo-Pitch League is one of the longest running leagues in the city. We are a Co-ed, Fun first League with 4 divisions, teams play on the night of their choice, all double headers and fully umped. Games are played in SW Calgary, Monday and Wednesdays in Glamorgan and Tuesdays and Thursdays play in Glamorgan and Centennial. Season Runs from end of April through to the end of August, including playoffs.”
Calgary Sport and Social Club
“The CSSC was established in 1996 and has been providing adults with the best co-ed, multi sport experience ever since. The CSSC has grown to host over 4,900 teams each year, serving over 93,000 Calgarians. With year-round leagues, tournaments and events for adults, there are so many ways to get in the game!” The organization offers co-ed slo-pitch leagues.
City Limits Slowpitch League
Co-ed rec softball league made up of 8 teams.
Six Pac Slo Pitch
“Six Pac Slo Pitch is a Calgary based recreational slo pitch league that plays weekday evenings in SW Calgary. We are a co-ed league dedicated to having fun and maintaining a “sportsmans like” attitude. We welcome new and inexperienced players.”
Calgary Women’s Fastpitch Association
“Since 1955, we have been providing opportunities for women in fastpitch for the Calgary area. Although our name has changed over the years, our objective has remained the same…to provide a first class organization in which sportswomen from 14 to 94 can play the game of fastpitch softball at the “A” or “B” level against the best competition available.”
Calgary Central Slowpitch
Calgary Hospitality Slo-Pitch League
Let us know in the comments if there are any other softball leagues that should be added to the list.