Registration for FALL BALL 2018 is now closed. Families will be contacted in late August by their team’s manager. We look forward to a great season!
Questions? Email us at: ElSegundoGirlsSoftball@gmail.com
Early Bird Registration: June 15 – July 15th
Registration Fees go up 10%: July 16th
Registration Closes: August 5th
Practices Begin: Late August
Games Begin: First weekend after Labor Day
*Fees increase by 10% after July 15th. There is no processing fee for online payments. A sibling discount of $15 off is calculated when you register 2+ siblings in the same transaction. Register early to secure your spot and get the lowest rate! Registration deadline is Sunday, August 5th. Anyone trying to register after this date will be placed on a Wait List, as ESGS needs to manage teams sizes to provide the best experience for our players.
What is FALL BALL?
Fall Ball is a developmental program focusing on improving player fundamentals and team skills for the upcoming season. The season is approximately 10 weeks long with practices (1 to 2 times per week) starting in late August with games starting the first weekend after Labor Day. Teams in Divisions 8U and Up typically play a double header (2 games in succession) per weekend, either at home in El Segundo or away in nearby cities. Sundays are scheduled more often than Saturdays to help avoid conflicts with AYSO soccer games.
If your player will be moving up to a new division in the Spring, Fall Ball is a great way for them to get some experience playing in that new division which will have some new rules, a larger ball size, and a greater distance between the pitcher’s mound and home plate. If you have a pitcher or a catcher, Fall Ball is a great way for them to get more experience on the mound and behind the plate.
6U Players! (For Fall 2018, this is players with a DOB in the years 2012 & 2013)
ESGS offers a program of FREE Sunday Softball clinics for our 6U players. More details will be posted here as soon as the clinic dates are set. Clinics are generally on Sundays, starting in mid-September.