About the PCFL

The Pacific Coast Fast Pitch League:

The Pacific Coast Fastpitch League (PCFL) originated from a group of the top California fastpitch organizations who banded together over the summer to form the California Fastpitch League (CFL). Following the announcement of the Texas Fastpitch League and Heart of America Fastpitch League, leaders from the Athletics Mercado, Batbusters, Corona Angels, and Firecrackers as well as some of the top event organizers on the West Coast came together to create a structure that promotes purposeful play and to bring unity amongst teams and events on the West Coast. 

When The Alliance Fastpitch was formed in August, a void was left in some states on the West Coast. Recognizing the need for every state to be represented and recognizing teams normal schedules, the CFL expanded and rebranded to the PCFL adding Arizona, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Alaska, and Hawaii.

COVID 19  Disclosure *** Our National and League plans are and will be fluid to our current Pandemic situation, with each State handling the current Pandemic youth playing situations differently and independently we will take this into consideration for any and all National Events as well as with State tournaments potentially affected. *** This will be closely monitored as move through our current season. ***

What Is the PCFL?

The PCFL is a regional league for fastpitch teams in the 10U to 18U age divisions. The PCFL represents seven states in the western half of the US including Arizona, California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Alaska and Hawaii. Our mission is to bring an enhanced level of play and equal opportunity to all teams and players within the Pacific Coast.

How is the PCFL related to the other leagues?

The PCFL is a Member League of The Alliance Fastpitch. This means that the League Championship and top finishers in AFCS Qualifying Events will earn a berth to The Alliance Fastpitch Championship Series at the Tier I and Tier II divisions. Being a League Team inside of The Alliance Fastpitch means team standings will be calculated at each age division and team and individual stats will be recognized. 

Additionally, this means all individual athletes and individual coaches will register as individual members of The Alliance Fastpitch. This membership includes insurance, background checks for coaches, and access to all Membership Benefits. See more about Alliance Memberships.

How do I earn points in the PCFL?

Teams earn points at Alliance endorsed events. Events can be found on our league schedule.

All games MUST be scored using AthletesGoLive (AGL). AGL provides reports about the event – what teams played each other, game scores, and stats. It is VERY important to score all of your games in AGL. If you do not score your games in AGL, they will not be included in our leaderboard calculations. To confirm your Alliance ID has been tied to your AGL account, log into your AGL team account (app or web) and your Alliance ID will be listed on the HOME page. If it is blank, please follow these instructions to register for AGL: Click here

Click here for more detailed information on Points and Standings

What do my points mean?

Points earned in the PCFL will seed teams into the PCFL League Championship events. These events will award berths to the Alliance Fastpitch Championship Series at each age division and Tier.

How many AFCS berths are available for PCFL teams?

The PCFL has been awarded the following AFCS berths for each Tier.

10U Tier I -  10 berths

10U Tier 2 - 10 berths

12U Tier I -  18 berths

12U Tier 2 - 18 berths

14U Tier I -  18 berths

14U Tier 2 - 18 berths

16U Tier I -  18 berths

16U Tier 2 - 20 berths

18U Tier I -  18 berths

18U Tier 2 - 20 berths

How do I join the PCFL?

Register your team with the PCFL

All individual athletes and coaches will register with The Alliance Fastpitch