Edmonton and District Softball Umpires Association (EDSUA)
providing quality adult softball officating services in Edmonton and the surrounding area.
A general meeting will take place on the 3rd Wedneday of every month. Start time will be 9:30 if any leagues games are playing. In the event of a TOTAL city wide rainout, the meeting will start at 7:30 p.m.. Location: Rossyln School (3215-113A Street)
Updated: April 29, 2013
Going to Post Secondary School?
The Ed Bitz Memorial Scholarship, sponsored by Softball Canada, is available for any registered umpires that are enrolled as post-secondary students. Applications can be found on the Softball Canada website
Updated: December 2, 2012
Stay tuned for a new (and even more complex) listing of illegal bats!
Updated April 29, 2013
Edmonton and District Softball Umpires Association
...to The Edmontonand District Softball Umpires Association website. Here you can find out everything regarding softball officiating in and around Edmonton. We are pleased to provide umpire services for both
- Adult Men's/Women's/Co-Ed Fast Pitch
- Adult Men's/Women's/Co-Ed Slo Pitch
The Edmonton & District Softball Umpires Association (EDSUA) offers contracted officiating services forFast Pitch & Slow Pitch softball leagues in and around the city of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Umpiring services of the EDSUA are also available for tournaments in our assigned district as well as outside of our district with the proper protocol. We offer well trained and highly skilled individuals for the officiating needs you require. The EDSUA is affiliated with Softball Canada, Softball Alberta, and is a member of the Alberta Softball Umpires Association. The EDSUA is listed as a non-profit organization with the Alberta Societies act.
Alberta is proud to boast one of the best Umpire programs in the country. If you are interested in learning a new avenue of the game of softball, we are always looking for interested individuals. Each year, there are Umpire Clinics held throughout the Province. Alberta is divided up into 14 branches, which all partake in the execution of successful softball events throughout the season.
The Canadian officiating program is recognized as the worldwide leader in training and performance. Over 4,000 umpires are registered with Softball Canada and activities include the certification process (Levels 1-5), specialized learning materials and publications and professional development opportunities at all levels.