Schedule Teams formed and practices begin in early September. Games begin late September and run through October. Teams will typically have one weeknight practice and will play games on Saturday afternoons. U10 and U12 may have a mix of in-town and travel games with nearby towns.
Special Note for High School and Jr High School Athletes Players who intend to tryout for an AB school team (any sport) are still encouraged to register and play AB Youth Softball. Players who decide to play for a school team only will be granted a refund. ABYSB must be notified of this decision before the start of the league's season (Sep 7).
Registration will close when team capacity in each division is met.
Family discount for 2nd, 3rd, and 4th child registered ($20/$30/$40 off)
Payment Options ABYSB offers secure online credit card transactions using Visa and MasterCard. Fee waivers are available to those in need. To request a financial hardship waiver, please contact
Refunds Registration fees are refundable until 1 week prior to the season's first scheduled games, minus a $25 administrative fee.
To register, choose a grade-based registration program below and complete the forms.
Volunteers Needed Too!
> Treasurer: Responsible for the league's financial accounting. Directs incoming funding to bank accounts. Assures payment to various parties to keep league operations running smoothly. Files yearly federal and state taxes, and reports financial health to the league board of directors quarterly.
> Registrar: Handles setup and operation of registration system each season. Answers registration questions from parents. Facilitates reports for division coordinators. Provides refunds as necessary.
> Fall and Spring Season Directors: Focal point of communications for the Fall/Spring season. Assists Division Coordinators with player and coach assignments, and practice and game schedules. Coordinates umpire and field maintenance schedules. Works closely with League President on major season decisions.
> Division Coordinators (one for each division): Manage the process of assigning players and coaches to teams. Setup practice and game schedules. Facilitate division rule changes. Act as central point of contact for coaches in division.
> President: Establishes overall direction for the league. Facilitates all communications between board members, volunteers, and officials. Leads quarterly and annual board meetings.
Questions? If you have questions about eligibility and other program questions, or technical questions during registration, contact