1. West Coast AFA
    Welcomes new tournament directors for Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and Central California
  2. 2018 AFA Nationals
    16u & 18u - July 13-20 10u, 12u & 14u - July 15-20 Fontana, CA and surrounding areas
  3. AFA National Sites
    Umpires and other regions
The AFA would like to welcome new tournament directors
Corey Davisson - Central, CA   -  559-618-7976   -  coreysdavisson@gmail.com
Eugene Takahashi - Houston, TX  -  832-701-3399  gulfcoastafa@gmail.com
Jackie Benavides - Gulf Coast, TX  -  409-356-3605   -  txafa@yahoo.com
John Medrano - El Paso, TX and NM  -  915-704-2101   -  john.d.medrano@gmail.com
Mike Kenneth - Phoenix, AZ  -  602-751-5887     makenneth@cox.net
George Bradford - Phoenix, AZ  -  480-249-6151  azwws@hotmail.com

West Coast Director -  Glen Messick
​We have several tournaments scheduled are adding many more. We will be looking for more locations and tournament directors. If you are interested in hosting an AFA tournament please contact Glen for more information.

​Glen Messick at  -  818-389-3467   -  westcoastafa@gmail.com
​You may also follow us on instagram at www.instagram.com/westcoastafa/

The AFA also has an APP you can download for free to follow tournaments, schedule and brackets.

West Coast 2018 National Tournament
Fontana, CA and surrounding areas.  16u & 18u start on July 13/14 thru 20.  10u, 12u & 14u start on July 15/16 thru 20.
The American Fastpitch Association or AFA, is a nonprofit corporation, under the direction of
Ron Gossmer. It was founded in Anaheim, CA in 1980 for the promotion of girls fast pitch softball. AFA added adult slow pitch in 2008, baseball in 2009 and senior slow pitch in 2012. The AFA is operated by a group of volunteers across the country and has no paid staff.

The AFA has held National and International Tournaments for over 20 years. Teams from 40 different states, Canada, Japan, and Taiwan have participated.

Over 10,000 girls that have played AFA have received college scholarships. Many have gone on to become college coaches,  play on the U.S. Olympic Softball team, or the Women's Professional Leagues.

The AFA is committed to working hard to provide an environment that produces positive experiences for players, coaches, parents, tournament directors and anyone else involved in the sport of softball and baseball.

Thank you for your support and participation in the AFA,
Ron Gossmer.