Edmonton Softball Leagues

Last Updated on March 24, 2023

If you are interested in joining an adult softball league, here is a list of Edmonton softball league organizers in the community.

Edmonton Area Mixed Slo Pitch Association

Edmonton Area Mixed Slo Pitch Association

Website: http://www.eamspa.org/

“The Edmonton Area Mixed Slow Pitch Association (EAMSPA) was incorporated under the Societies Act on September 24, 1987, but, in fact has been in operation since approximately 1981, making it one of the oldest leagues in the Edmonton Area. At the height of popularity, the league boasted a membership of 72 teams (9 divisions of 8 teams each) but in recent years has hosted between 42 and 48 teams per year. One of the founding principles of the league was that it be “fun” and this value remains a common theme today.

In the beginning, the league did not have paid umpires, meaning that teams were required to umpire their own games. As the league grew, so did its “sophistication” and umpires eventually became part of the mix. We are currently the largest user of City diamonds and Umpires, which requires careful planning and budgeting.”

South Edmonton Slo-Pitch Association

South Edmonton Slo-Pitch Association

Website: http://sespa.ca/

“S.E.S.P.A has been around for 30+ years as a Slo-Pitch League, now offering 4 divisions of play, allowing a place for all skill levels. We are an SPN based League and offer a 7 guy, 3 girl split play, rotating play on a variety of south side fields.

Teams play a minimum of 25 regular season games and are invited to 3 tournaments that are all included in the $1000/team registration fee.”

South Edmonton Mixed Slo-Pitch League

South Edmonton Mixed Slo-Pitch League

Website: http://www.semsl.ca/

“[T]he South Edmonton Mixed Slo-Pitch League (SEMSL), [is] a fun league that has been running for many years in the Edmonton Proper area. We started our roots under another name (ITSL) but have grown into our own as the SEMSL. We play a fielding game of Slo-Pitch, every Thursday night, starting in May and ending in August. Our Diamonds are primarily south of the river, as is the case of the SEMSL name itself.

We are a fun league as stated above, mixed, with a 7-3 ratio of men to women. We do encourage competitive play but in an entertaining, safe, and over fun manner. We all have lives outside of the league and hope our teams respect that above all else – safety and fun.”

Edmonton Ladies Softball Association

Edmonton Ladies Softball Association

Website: https://www.edmladiessoftball.com/

“The Edmonton Ladies Softball Association was incorporated in 1978 to help develop and organize ladies ball in Edmonton. Through the years ELSA has worked in partnership with the city of Edmonton to develop the Diamonds at John Fry Park specifically for softball where our league has continued to play for almost 60 years! ELSA is an inclusive league open to female players 14 years old and above, providing varying levels of competition. We look forward to many more seasons as we continue to grow and support women’s softball in the city of Edmonton.”

Edmonton Rec League

Edmonton Rec League

Website: http://edmontonrecleague.com/

“[Edmonton Rec League] is a co-ed recreational sports league offering a variety of sports to choose from. Joining ERL is a great way to stay active, have fun with friends and meet new people at the same time. ERL offers a line-up of leagues on several nights with various skill levels, ranging from rookie to intermediate.” The organization offers co-ed adult softball leagues during the spring, summer, and fall seasons.

ESSC - Edmonton Sports & Social Club

Edmonton Sport & Social Club

Website: https://www.edmontonsportsclub.com/

“The ESSC was established in 2004 and has been providing adults with the best co-ed, multi sport experience ever since. The ESSC has grown to host over 4,400 teams each year, serving over 78,000 Edmontonians. 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 softball leagues.

Let us know in the comments if there are any other softball leagues that should be added to the list.

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