Welcome to the Calgary Softball Umpires Association!
The Calgary Softball Umpires Association (CSUA) represents, schedules and trains umpires in Calgary, Alberta. The CSUA helps umpires develop their skills for umpiring fastpitch and slo-pitch for women's and men's leagues in Calgary and develops umpires for provincial and national tournaments.
Major Upcoming Events
Calgary and Area – 2019 Umpire Clinic
Sat Apr 6, 2018 - Sun Apr 7, 2019
Join 100+ new and experienced fastball and slo-pitch umpires to learn and improve knowledge of the great game.
We are in need umpires of all ages and genders for local leagues, tournaments and provincial championships. If you have considered becoming an umpire in the past, now is the perfect time to get involved.
Registration $0 - $40. Sign up here.
Blue Convention - 2019
Montreal, Quebec - April 18-21
The Blue Convention is a major event for umpires organized by Softball Canada every three years.
More information here: https://www.bluemontreal.com/
All Calgary Events
March 31, 2019
Congratulations to Jason Clark (Calgary, AB) on his nomination to the umpire crew of the 2019 USA Softball Men's A Slow Pitch National Championships. The event will take place in Hendersonville, TN on August 17-18.
March 5, 2019
Softball Canada is pleased to announce that twenty-nine umpires from across the country will be inducted into the 2019 class of the Canadian Indicator Club, including Jim Noble and Ed Ridgen from Calgary. Link
February 15, 2019
Softball Canada is pleased to announce that Lance Davidson (Calgary, AB) has been nominated to the umpire crew of the 2019 European Co-Ed Slowpitch Championships in Budapest, Hungary from July 15-20.
February 10, 2019
Softball Canada is pleased to announce that Daryl Helmer (AB) will represent Softball Canada on the umpire crew of the 2019 WECh (Women's European Championships) in Ostrava, CZ. Details on the event are at https://www.europeansoftball.org/competitions/detail/163
January 30, 2019
Softball Canada 2019 Indicator Club Awards congratulate Brad Lyon (Red Deer), Jim Noble (Calgary), Richard Korbyl (Edmonton) and Ed Ridgen (Calgary).
If you are interested in becoming an umpire, need an umpire, or for any reason, contact us:
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