PRESEASON PLAYER/FAN DASHBOARD

Returning players
Welcome to the new ECSA Open Division website. Keep an eye on your email inbox for an invitation to activate your profile. Don't worry -- your profile info from the old site is here. We're just putting the finishing touches on how everyth
ing will work. If you're looking for a team, check out this link:

Team Matchmaker 

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Coaches and managers

Please email your division commissioner with any roster or coach/manager changes for 2015.

Team-Rep Tools  |  Team Matchmaker    

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New players

Looking for a team? Email newplayers@seattlegaysoftball.com or visit these pages:


Team Matchmaker  |  Sign up (new players only)

 

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HAVING RECENTLY COMPLETED ITS 35TH YEAR, Seattle's Emerald City Softball Association is the Pacific Northwest's largest softball organization geared to LGBTQ and non-LGBTQ individuals.

In 2014, the ECSA Open Division featured 36 teams in the B, C and D Divisions -- with C and D Divisions each entering the season split into two even divisions -- plus another Masters Division team, for players ages 50 and older. Games are typically on Sundays, running through June. Opening Day is April 12, 2015.


The ECSA started in 1980 in Seattle as a group of friends playing ball and has grown to be a welcoming place for LGBTQ and non-LGBTQ players to partake in the competition and spirit of softball. It is now one of the oldest and largest gay-softball leagues in the nation.

As a member of the North American Gay Amateur Athletic Alliance (NAGAAA) -- which represents more than 10,000 players and 800 teams in 44 member cities in the U.S. and Canada -- the ECSA sends its top teams to each year's NAGAAA Gay Softball World Series. The 2015 World Series is in Columbus, Ohio. In the past 10 years, the ECSA has produced more World Series champions than all but one city.
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