Early Bird Registration ran from January 9 – February 15, 2024

Registration closed on March 1, 2024.

AGSA 2024 Registration Information

Parents, Players, Coaches and Volunteers,

There have been changes for the 2024 Season
For information on age divisions for the 2024 season – visit here.
    • CMSA U9 age division is a modified 6 player game, using an 11′ indoor soft training ball. This division will be evaluated, as there will be junior and senior teams.
    • Due to the anticipation of umpires we will collect $650 per team in the following divisions:
      • Division 1: U13, U15, U17/19
      • Division 2: U15, U17/19
      • Umpire fees will be due April 1, 2024. We will work with Team Managers to collect these, as soon as teams are formed.
    • If other teams in any division in any categories receive umpires, AGSA may request fees from those teams as well.


Please note: Participant-requested refunds will be considered on a case-by-case basis up to March 1st, 2024. Refunds will be prorated based on the time spent within the program. A $25 administration fee will also be applied for all participant-requested refunds. No refunds after March 1st 2024.


  • Start Dates
    • Season opening weekend will be April 26th -28th for ALL divisions U9-U19. We will start the season with opening weekend which could include 1 game Friday April 26th, 2 games Saturday April 27th and 2 games Sunday April 28th.
    • U9, U13 & U17/U19 will play Mondays and Wednesday nights starting April 29th
    • U11 & U15 will play on Tuesdays & Thursdays starting April 30th.
  • End Dates
    • CMSA has continued to stagger season end dates, per division in 2024, but there have been a few changes:
      • U9, U11 & Divisions 3 in all other categories will finish the season on June 23, 2024.
      • Division 2 in all categories will finish the season on July 7, 2024.
      • Division 1 will finish the season on July 21, 2024.
    • CMSA’s Key Dates can be found here

Players are not eligible to participate without the following steps being completed:

    1. ALL players can upload a copy of their player’s proof of age in RAMP when you register, in the Birth Certificate upload area. In that area you can upload a photo of your players health card, birth certificate or passport.  If you prefer, you can also email a copy to registrar@airdriegirlssoftball.com
    2. ALL NEW players: One parent for each family is required to take the Respect In Sport (RIS) Online Course. Click here for more information. Course must be completed before you register your player. If you’ve completed the course in another sport please transfer your number to Calgary Minor Softball. Please add your RIS number to RAMP.


    • For more information specific to our U7 (Learn to Play) Program click here


  • All Players MUST have their own CSA approved batting helmets with dual ear flapsfastened chin strap and attached face mask.
  • All players MUST wear a jill/cup to play on the diamond.
  • All Players require a fastpitch softball glove.
  • Softball cleats are recommended but not mandatory.
  • ALL pitchers MUST use an approved face mask for all levels U9 and above.
  • Face masks are strongly recommended for all infielders but are not mandatory.
  • Purchasing an ASA approved bat is optional (please see bat size guide here and approved bat listing here).
  • Purchasing a softball is recommended but not mandatory (U9 – 11″ indoor training ball, U11/U13 – 11″ core 47 optic ball, U15/17/19 – 12″ core 47 optic ball). 

 *One approved pitcher’s mask and an ASA approved bat is provided in the team equipment bag by AGSA.


    • Indoor gym times are included in your registration and will begin at the end of March and will run into April.
      • We will run 1-2 indoor practices for each age division before evaluations beginning at the end of February.
      • Once teams are formed, each team will be given an indoor practice time per week.

Placing players on proper teams based on their ability is imperative and required by CMSA. AGSA will be holding mandatory player evaluations.

    • Evaluations will be held in March, and are mandatory.
      • Emails have been sent to all Registered Players, informing on their Evaluation Date, Time, and Location.
      • If you have not received this, please email player@airdriegirlssoftball.com 
    • Players will be required to play in their evaluated division.
    • For more information about our Evaluation Procedures – go here

The AGSA is ran 100% by Volunteers. In order to run our program successfully, we require many parent volunteer positions to be filled.

    • Team Positions Include: Head Coach, Assistant Coach, Team Manager,  Jersey Manager, Scorekeeper, Parent Umpires, Bench Mom, Diamond Set-Up, etc.
    • Coaching Positions: If you would like to coach for the 2024 season, please fill out the coaches application here and email to coach@airdriegirlssoftball.com. More information on coaching can be found under the coaches tab on our website.
    • Board Positions: For more information regarding positions please email president@airdriegirlssoftball.com

We are all looking forward to a Fun and Successful 2024 Season!

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Additional Registration Requirements:

  • One parent for each family is required to take the Respect In Sport (RIS) Course – click here for more information.