• Women’s softball team nominated to represent Team Canada at Tokyo 2020

  • Passing of Wayne Brown

  • On-Line Level IV Umpires Certification Clinic

  • Canada Games Athlete Eligibility Update

  • Softball New Brunswick Selected As Recipient of Canadian Tire Jumpstart Relief Fund

  • New Dates Announced For 2022 Canada Games in Niagra

  • Timbits Softball T-Shirt Order

  • Timbits Softball

  • Canadian Sport Help Line

  • Foundation of Coaching Softball

    For Softball Canada members wishing to become a certified coach.

  • Rawlings Canada 2021 Spring Catalog is Here!

    Rawlings is the Official Softball and Equipment Supplier of Softball New Brunswick.


CLICK HERE (ENG) / CLIQUEZ ICI (FRN) for the most up to date FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS document, provided by the Sport and Recreation Branch – May 10th, 2021.

In the yellow phase, organized sport is permitted so long as teams implement a means to reduce instances of close contact during play.

Sport competitions with less than 150 participants are allowed as follows and do not require GNB approval:

·        Games/Competitions with one other team/group in a single day are allowed across zones provided each respective group practice together on a regular basis, or the game/competition is restricted to an intra-squad/club event.

·        Tournaments and clinics with less than 150 participants are permitted but all participants in any tournament or clinic must reside within the health zone in which the event is to take place.

(This means that the guidance allowing individual sport events or provincial level clinics under 50 participants to take place is not applicable. Instead, a dual-club meet/competition between 2 consistent training groups from 2 different health zones could be allowed as per the first bullet above.

The term “Participants” includes athletes, coaches and officials. For events that do not have seating and the movement of spectators cannot be controlled, the spectators must be included in the number of participants

2021 Softball New Brunswick COVID-19 Operational Plan

Plan opérationnel du COVID-19 de Softball NB 2021 – 19 avril 2021