Baseball is a bat and ball game played between two teams consisting of nine players each, who take turns batting and fielding. The basic fundamentals of the game involve throwing the ball, hitting the ball and catching the ball. The objective of the game is to score more runs than the opposing team.
- Aerobic workout
- Increase hand-eye coordination and motor skills
- Improve teamwork and leadership skills
- Make new friends
A pair of long white baseball pants, sports shoes or baseball cleats (plastic studs for juniors) and a glove. Your club will provide you with information about your team uniform (playing shirt and hat) for the season, and some clubs provide teams with an equipment kit which consists of baseballs, batting helmets, bats and catcher’s gear that all players can use.
Seasons / typical registration periods
Baseball in Australia is a year round sport that consists of summer and winter playing seasons. The summer season starts in September-October and the winter season in April-May.
To check with your state or local club for what competitions are available in your area and for registration dates visit Baseball Australia's Find-A-Club tool.
Approximate participation costs
To find out the cost of participation visit your local club. All clubs have ‘come and try days’ prior to the season starting which is a great chance for interested players to visit get a first-hand fun experience on what Baseball is all about.
Levels of competition
All levels of competition are open for girls to participate in. You can start with the modified entry level program Aussie T-Ball and then transition into the Little League Player Pathway and then into senior competitions.
For information on clubs in your area visit Baseball Australia's Find-A-Club tool.
Baseball Australia by state
Volleyball, softball and tennis.