Oshkosh Fast Club is an instructional league for girls offering teams for 6U, 8U, and 10U girls from Oshkosh and the surrounding communities. Registration is currently closed for summer league play.
$50 per child (6U) and (8U) and $65 (10U and up).
We make teams up of children from school neighborhoods as much as possible in 6U and 8U divisions. Team roster make-up is at the discretion of the Fast Club. Any special request will be considered but may not be honored. Oshkosh Fast Club is a fun and organized softball program for girls from Oshkosh and surrounding communities. Fast Club Softball is a fun way to get outside, make new friends, enjoy learning a sport that is nearly 100 years old, improving your ability and getting some exercise. Many Fast Club girls go on to play travel softball with area teams such as the Oshkosh Extreme as well as playing in high school. Fast Club is the only Oshkosh based fast pitch league that teaches the skills needed to play high school softball.
We hope to fill teams in all three age groups, and YOU can help! Have your friends, your daughters' friends and neighbors all sign up, everybody needs to recruit. Our hope is to have teams at all age levels to keep this program thriving. Oshkosh Fast Club has no affiliation with high schools, feeder programs, or the YMCA. We do work with all the above and more to promote Fast Pitch, to use fields, to assist with clinics for the girls. Fast Club will not discriminate for any reason.
We are always looking for great coaches & sponsors.
6U T-ball and 10U Kid Pitch will be on Monday nights
8U Coach Pitch will be Tuesday nights
All games will be in Oshkosh at either Oshkosh West, Stoegebauer Park (6th & Idaho) an possibly another TBA. Please sign up your player using her age as of January 1, 2020. If she turns 7 on January 2nd she is in 6U, if she turned 9 on December 31, she is in 10U. If you have any questions please e-mail Dan Bergin at firstname.lastname@example.org for registration instructions. Fast Club does offer financial assistance to kids wanting to play who do not have the funds to do so.