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Softball BC Membership Registration

All players, coaches*, board members*, umpires and volunteers* must also register with Softball BC to obtain a lifetime Softball BC membership number. All returning players and coaches should already have a number. When completing your membership, remember that NMSA belongs to District 2 Zone 6.

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Unsure if you are registered with Softball BC?

Click Here to Lookup your Softball BC number

If you are sure you have a Softball BC membership but the search tool isn’t able to find your number, please contact Softball BC at info@softball.bc.ca for further assistance. When emailing, please include the full name, postal code and date of birth for each member you are inquiring about.

* Softball BC fees will be reimbursed by NMSA for these volunteer positions. Forward your Softball BC receipt to the registrar@nanaimosoftball.ca for reimbursement.

Criminal Record Checks

All coaches, volunteers and board members must complete a criminal record check on file with NMSA in the past 5 years. Contact president@nanaimosoftball.ca to arrange to receive the CRC form.

A Screening Disclosure Form must be completed for years that a full Criminal Record Check isn’t required. Download the Form and submit it to the NMSA board to keep it on file. Click Here to Download the Screening Disclosure Form

Both forms will be made available at the pre-season Coaches meeting.

 

 

Financial Resources

KidSport is a national not-for-profit organization that provides financial assistance for registration fees and equipment to kids aged 18 and under. Through a confidential application process we provide grants so they can play a season of sport.

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Governing Bodies

Softball BC is the official governing body of softball in the province of British Columbia. The provincial office is located in Surrey, BC at Softball City, a facility wholly owned and operated by our membership. Provincial championships, National Coaching Certification Programs (NCCP), officials training, and player development clinics (Learn to Play and CANPitch) are held throughout BC.

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The Canadian Amateur Softball Association, commonly known as Softball Canada, is a not-for-profit National Sport Organization (NSO) based in Ottawa, Ontario founded in 1965. It is recognized and financially supported by the Government of Canada as the National Governing Body for the sport of softball.

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