The Amateur Softball Association (ASA), a volunteer driven, not-for-profit organization based in Oklahoma City, OK, was founded in 1933 and has evolved into the strongest softball organization in the country. The growth and development of the association led the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) to name the ASA the National Governing Body of Softball, pursuant to the Amateur Sports Act of 1978.

The ASA has many important responsibilities as the national governing body of softball in the United States, including regulating competition to insure fairness and equal opportunity to the millions of player who annually play the sport.

When the ASA entered the softball picture in 1933, the sport was in a state of confusion with no unified set of playing rules and no national governing body to provide guidance and stability. The ASA changed all that by adopting softball’s first universally accepted rules of play and by organizing consistent and fair competition across the nation. From this beginning, the ASA has become one of the nationís largest and fastest growing sports organizations and now sanctions competition in every state through a network of 83 local associations. The ASA has grown from a few hundred teams in the early days to over 250,000 teams today, representing a membership of more than four million.

Quick Facts about the ASA

The Amateur Softball Association of America (ASA) was founded in 1933 and currently has approx. 3 million members across the US.

Groundbreaking at ASAís current location of 2801 NE 50th Street in Oklahoma City occurred in 1969.

ASA Hall of Fame Stadium was constructed in 1987 and played to host some of top softball events in the world.

Thanks to the citizens of Oklahoma City, renovations to Hall of Fame Stadium were completed in July 2002 adding approx. 3,000 more permanent seats, additional parking spaces, and 2 new fields.

The ASA has invested tenís of millions of dollars in infrastructure, payroll, and publicity in Oklahoma City since moving in 1966.

The ASA generates over $15 million in economic impact to Oklahoma City.

ASA Hall of Fame Stadium is home to over 40 hours of live nationally televised coverage attracting over 18 million households watching softball ďLIVE from Oklahoma CityĒ (Note: This coverage is unsurpassed by any other venue in the state of Oklahoma and is top 5 in the US).

The ASA conducts over 100 National Championships on an annual basis in which 30,000 players compete across the US.

The ASA Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City has served as host of the NCAA Women’s College World Series and the World Cup of Softball more than any other site in the US.

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