Girls Baseball

Our Mission is:

Delivering baseball programming specific to girls in a fun, positive and safe environment

Our Values are:

  • Sense of Belonging
  • Acceptance
  • Friendships
  • Increasing Self-Esteem
  • Building Confidence
  • Fun Atmosphere

Click Here to See Program Chart

Watch Global News Video - Making the pitch for girls-only baseball in Vancouver

Watch how being more Inclusive can Advance Girls and Women in Sport here

High-Performance Athlete, CLICK HERE

Programming - 2024 Details Coming Soon

Amanda Asay Jamboree & Festival

Age Divisions: Ace 7-9 & Barb 10-12 (May/June)

Development Series – Click Here

Instructional Leagues - Click Here

Fun Festival Days of Baseball

Summer Camps – Click Here

Baseball BC invites you to learn how you can advance gender equity in your baseball community!

Watch how being more Inclusive can Advance Girls and Women in Sport here

Click Here to Learn How Associations can Engage more Girls & Women in Baseball

(Gender-Focused Practice Plans below...)

Looking to Start a Girl's Baseball Program in your local Association?

Baseball BC’s Girl's & Women Program is working with local associations to start up Girl’s Only programming within local communities. We offer the same opportunities & incentives to any Local Baseball Association in BC that might be interested.  Girl’s & women's Day FUN Festivals, Girl’s focussed Jamboree's, & High-Performance Identification Sessions are only some of the events offered.

We have information & guidelines on how you can develop female focussed programming, such as help with recruiting and retaining girls & women in your association. Tools like manuals, presentations, & full seasonal practice plans will help you build a more equitable & inclusive association.   

To learn more about our programming, have inquiries about additional services or incentives to assist your association in becoming more inclusive on growing Girl's Baseball, contact Baseball BC Director of Programming, Scott MacKenzie at


Click Here to Learn How Associations can Engage more Girls & Women in Baseball

Click Here to see Practice Plans just for Girl's

Watch how being more Inclusive can Advance Girls and Women in Sport here


Associations Offering Baseball Inclusive for Girls

  1. Burnaby Minor Baseball
  2. Chilliwack Minor Baseball
  3. Duncan Junior Baseball
  4. Hastings Little League
  5. Jericho Little League
  6. Kamloops & District Minor Baseball
  7. Kerrisdale Little League
  8. Langley Little League
  9. Layritz Little League
  10. Nanaimo Minor Baseball
  11. North Langley Baseball
  12. North Shore Baseball
  13. Salmon Arm Minor Baseball
  14. Salt Spring Minor Baseball
  15. South Burnaby Minor Baseball
  16. Surrey Canadian Baseball
  17. Vancouver Community Baseball
  18. West Kelowna Minor Baseball
  19. Whalley Little League

If your association is offering all-girls baseball or have an all-girl team(s) and it is not on this list, please contact to be added.

If interested in learning more about girl's & women in baseball, call Scott MacKenzie at 604-586-3315 to discuss.

Interested in Female High Performance - Click Here

Advisory Council

Girls's Media Coverage




Information & updates can always be found here on the Baseball BC web site and you can follow us on Instagram, Facebook & Twitter @BCGirlsBaseball            bcgirlsbaseball            

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