Baseball For All Nationals 2022

July 20 – 24, 2022 | Bell Bank Park | Mesa, AZ

We will be hosting the 7th annual BFA Nationals, the largest girls baseball tournament in United States history, at the state-of-the-art facilities at Bell Bank Park, powered by Legacy Sports USA in Mesa, Arizona.

Since 2015, we’ve welcomed girls from all over the U.S., Canada, Australia, France, and South Korea to compete in this one-of-a-kind tournament—a unique opportunity for girls in baseball to be surrounded by hundreds of others who love the game just as much as they do.

We are proud to provide our players both with MLB-worthy facilities and experiences are unique to the BFA Nationals, including:

  • 5-game guarantee (for 10u-16u). 3 Games for Coach-Pitch. 2 Games for T-ball.
  • Exclusive player swag
  • Opening Ceremonies at Hohokam Stadium, home of Oakland Athletics’ Spring Training
  • Official meet and greets with former All-American Girls Professional Baseball League players
  • Exclusive access off-field events
  • Ability to play on an MLB Spring Training field (Divisions 16U and above)
  • Over 70% female representation in umpiring crew
  • Even more exciting events to be announced

We are excited to offer even more girls an opportunity to continuing playing:

T-ball (ages 4-6)

Coach-Pitch (ages 6-8)

10U (46/60)

12U (46/60)

12U (50/70)

14U (54/80)

16U (60/90)

Registration is now OPEN for BFA Nationals 2022. All players must register individually. 

Want to join a team to play at BFA Nationals in 2022?

Contact us today, and we’ll get you connected to a girls baseball team near you.

BFA Nationals 2022 Scholarships

Scholarships are available for players who demonstrate financial need. These scholarships cover registration fees for BFA Nationals. Applications are due by June 1 to be considered.

Click HERE to apply for a scholarship today.

About the Facilities

Bell Bank Park, powered by Legacy Sports USA, is the largest sports and entertainment facility in North America. On 320 acres, this state-of-the-art facility offers first-class fields made with the highest quality turf boasting cooling technology.

Players in the 16U division will also have an exciting opportunity to play a game at an MLB Spring Training facility in Arizona.

Spectators are welcome to watch their teams play under covered bleachers. Baseball For All has covered all gate and parking fees, so all fans can watch their players—100% free of charge.


46 ft. / 60 ft.

Arizona Peaches

Ball Girls Baseball

Boston Slammers

East Bay Hurricanes

Georgia Peaches

Kamali’i Wahine


46 ft. / 60 ft.

Arizona Peaches

Ball Girls Baseball (Blue)

Ball Girls Baseball (White)

Boston Slammers

California Waves

DC Force

Georgia Peaches

Los Angeles Monarchs

PGB/Bay Sox


54 ft. / 80 ft.

Arizona Peaches

Boston Slammers

California Waves

Chaneyville Baseball

DC Force

East Bay Hurricanes

East Bay Oaks

Florida Bolts

Georgia Peaches

Los Angeles Monarchs

Royal York Cardinals

San Francisco Bay Sox

60 ft. / 90 ft.  

Arizona Peaches

Ball Girls Baseball

Boston Slammers

DC Force

Driveline Baseball

East Bay Oaks (Gold)

East Bay Oaks (Blue)

New York Wonders

Toronto Cardinals

Past Baseball For All Champions


2021 (19U) • Evolution Girls Baseball (Aberdeen, MD)
2019 (18U) • Evolution Girls Baseball (Rockford, IL)
2018 (17U) • Evolution Girls Baseball (Rockford, IL)
2017 (17U) • San Francisco Bay Sox (Rockford, IL)


2021 (16U) • Mavericks (Aberdeen, MD)
2021 (14U/54-80) • L.A. Monarchs (Aberdeen, MD)
2021 (14U/60-90) • East Bay Oaks (Aberdeen, MD)
2019 (15U) • NY Wonders (Rockford, IL)
2018 (14U) • DC Force (Rockford, IL)
2016 (16U) • Team United (San Francisco)


2019 (13U/50-70) • Boston Slammers Red (Rockford, IL)
2018 (13U) • Chicago Pioneers (Rockford, IL)
2017 (13U) • D.C. Force (Rockford, IL)
2016 (13U) • L.A. Waves (San Francisco)
2015 (13U) • Carolina Terminators (Orlando)


2021 (12U/50-70) • Chicago Scouts (Aberdeen, MD)
2021 (12U/46-60) • D.C. Force (Aberdeen, MD)


2019 • East Bay Hurricanes (Rockford, IL)
2018 • L.A. Monarchs (Rockford, IL)
2017 • Boston Slammers (Rockford, IL)
2016 • L.A. Monarchs (San Francisco)


2021 • Georgia Peaches (Aberdeen, MD)


2019 • L.A. Monarchs (Rockford, IL)