Whitchurch-Stouffville Softball Association: Welcome
Act fast... divisions are filling up quickly!
As of March 18, the following spots are still available:
U5 Co-ed - FULL
U6 Co-ed - 6 spots
U12 Boys - 7 spots
U12 Girls - 7 spots
U14 Girls - 4 spots
U16 Co-ed - 8 spots
U16 Girls - 4 spots
U19 Co-ed - FULL
U4, U7, U8, U10, U14 Boys - Spots available
The WSSA office at the Stouffville Arena will be open for in-person registration
Tuesday, March 20, from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m.
To obtain a 2017 receipt for your taxes, follow the instructions provided in this document.
U14 Canadian Fast-Pitch Championship
The WSSA is hosting the
2018 U14 Boys Canadian Fast-Pitch Championship
August 8 to 12 at Bethesda Park
This event will require a lot of community support. If you can help, please complete the
volunteer form on the Rep News page to submit your interest and availability.
New in 2018
Equipment Swap, February 10 -- Click for details.
Nights of play for LTP Jr, Squirt Girls, Squirt Boys and Novice Girls divisions have changed.
Helmets with masks must be purchased for 5-Pitch Coach Pitch (U7) players and older.
Select teams available in the following divisions: Mite Girls, Squirt Girls, Squirt Boys, Peewee Boys,
Bantam (combined with Novice) Girls. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pop-up practices will occur regularly throughout the season as diamonds become available.
RESPECT IN SPORT Learn it. Live it. Pass it on.
Respect in Sport is a program that receives considerable attention in community sport across Canada.
The WSSA is committed to the prevention of abuse, bullying, and harassment on and off the field; therefore,
the Board of Directors has unanimously voted to introduce the Parent Program for the 2017 season.
At least one parent or guardian of each player registered with the WSSA will be required
to complete the Respect in Sport - Parent Program as a condition of participation.
For more information, see the Respect In Sport tab.
We need volunteers in the following areas: Convenors, Select/Rep Coaches
We're also looking for High School, College, and University students
to help out with various jobs for volunteer hours.
If you're interested, please contact email@example.com.
The WSSA has a scholarship program that provides financial assistance for children in need
who would like to participate in the WSSA's softball programs. Qualified applicants will have
a portion or all of their fees covered for the season.
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Program for Everyone
The WSSA provides a fun, community-based sporting experience for a wide range of participants.
We promote a healthy and active lifestyle through the game of softball and focus on enhancing the player
and family experience. With integrated House League, Select, and Rep programs at various age divisions,
we strive to match skill competency with the level of competition to maximize the "fun factor"
for both players and their families.