The objectives of FGSA include facilitating the development of positive sportsmanship, honesty, and good citizenship in the young girls in our community.

To further these objectives, it is important that FGSA coaches, FGSA players, parents of FGSA players, and spectators of FGSA events conduct themselves in a manner consistent with FGSA’s mission and vision. The following is a code of conduct that is expected of all coaches, players, parents and spectators while attending FGSA events.

Enthusiastic and positive support of all players, teams and coaches as well as respect for the authority of officials are required at all times.  


Our mission is to create a fun, competitive and fair environment for girls ages 5-18 and to develop abilities to improve their skills and build lifelong friendships through sport.

Our over 30-year history in Fairborn, OH was built though volunteerism, dedication and pride in creating a sense of community and nurturing a healthy love of the game. 


Retain and grow the league while continuing to evolve and adapt to meet the changing needs of the community and youth sports. As a board, continue to represent the league in its entirety and remain the oldest and largest youth softball program in the  Fairborn community.


Player growth: 

Helping each child grow their individual skill set, leadership skills and understanding of being a member of a team.


Teaching coaches, players and parents the value of playing hard, playing fair, respecting umpires and playing for the benefit of the team.


Providing appropriate competition for children of all skill levels.


Building a league around our volunteer(s) (coaches, board members, commissioners and concession stand workers) that fosters a sense of community and friendship among our players, families and friends.


We are committed to the highest sense of integrity encompassing every aspect of our behavior as members of the SDSL Fastpitch Community.  We will take ownership of our actions, on and off the field.


Respect for the game.  Respect for our opponents.  Respect for officials.  Respect for our families.  Respect for our community.  Respect for each other.  Respect for ourselves.

Fairborn Girls Softball Association FGSA

FYSA softball is proud to celebrate 35 years in Fairborn. We offer coed t-ball and coed high school slowpitch as well as girls' 8u through 18u fastpitch.
Fairborn Girls Softball Association FGSA
Fairborn Girls Softball Association FGSA
Registration is open now!

Sign up for the 2021 Spring season online at www.FairbornGirlsSoftball.com

Registration ends 3/10/21
Fairborn Girls Softball Association FGSA
Fairborn Girls Softball Association FGSA
Happy Thanksgiving! What are you all thankful for this year? We were super thankful that we got to have a season for 2020 in both spring and fall!
Fairborn Girls Softball Association FGSA
Fairborn Girls Softball Association FGSA
One of your most important 'abilities' is your ability to be coached.

"How well can you take in, learn, and apply new information?"

The better you are at that, the more skills that you can add to your game, the better the player you can be.

Every practice we teach and learn. The goal is to learn it so well that the next practice, we can build on what we learned.

It's like climbing a ladder. We start at the bottom, and every time we learn something new, we take one step up the ladder. The only way we can move up is by learning, applying, and remembering that information. If we can't remember or apply it, we are stuck at the same level.

Keep climbing the ladder of learning, and you will keep climbing the ladder of success.

But it starts with listening, learning, and knowing that you don't know everything.


Fall ball is $75 per registration open to ages 5-18. Starting Aug 30 and ending Oct 8th playing double headers on Sundays https://t.co/afs72XekRF FGSASoftball photo

Here you will find the latest updates for Softball Guidlines as outlined by Gov. Dewine

1/3 !Individuals who have exhibited such behavior in previous seasons will not be eligible to register their child for upcoming seasons.