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The Alliance Fastpitch announced today we will host our inaugural Alliance Fastpitch Senior All American Game on July 27, 2021 at Oklahoma City’s Hall of Fame Stadium. The All American Game will be held in conjunction with the Alliance Fastpitch Championship Series (AFCS) in the Softball Capital of the World.

Forty of the top High School Seniors from across the country will be featured in the game competing in front of a national audience. The athletes will be divided into two teams – Alliance National and Alliance American — and will battle in one 7-inning game at Hall of Fame Stadium while over 280 16U and 18U teams will be in town for the AFCS.

“We’re excited to recognize our top seniors and showcase the future stars of our game at Hall of Fame Stadium,” said Jami Lobpries, Executive Director of the Alliance Fastpitch. “These players will have the opportunity to play in front of a large crowd on our sports biggest stage, a place where many of them will be competing for a WCWS title in the next four years.”

The athlete selection process to this prestigious event will begin with the announcement of the 2021 All American Game Watch List. This list was developed by OnDeck Softball co-founder Derek Allister with the assistance of Alliance League leadership. The Watch List was divided by the Alliance League each athlete represents. Fans are allowed to nominate deserving seniors during the two week open period following the release of the Watch List. Email player nominations to Derek Allister at

[See 2021 All American Game Watch List below]

At the conclusion of this open period, a national panel of voters will name Regional All American teams that correspond to each Alliance Fastpitch Member League – The Pacific Coast Fastpitch League, The Rocky Mountain Fastpitch League, The Texas Fastpitch League, The Southeastern Fastpitch League, The Heart of America Fastpitch League, and The Northeastern Fastpitch League.  Athletes do not have to be on an Alliance registered team to be considered for a Regional or All American Team.

The final 40 All Americans chosen to play in the All American Game will be selected from the Regional teams and will be divided into Alliance American and Alliance National.

“The talent in this game is going to be superb,” said Derek Allister, co-owner of OnDeck Softball, who is leading the player selection process for the Alliance Fastpitch. “Many of these players will be back here on this very field a year from now competing for their respective schools in the WCWS. That is incredible. This game is going to be exciting.”

The Alliance Fastpitch will continue to announce new updates on the All American Game including our presenting sponsors, media, and event activation.