Competitive Fastpitch - It's no secret that to get better, our teams need to play with and against the best players possible. Texas Fastpitch League is heavily supported by the top organizations in the state. For years teams have had to travel all over the United States to find competitive events. With TFL, these events are in our own backyard. With weekly games and a long list of local events, Texas Fastpitch League guarantees teams the ability to get better on a regualar basis without having to leave the region.
The Alliance Championship - Every year there is one event that is a true test of the best teams in the country where only 1 team claims victory and is crowned the #1 fastpitch team in the nation. Commonly referred to as a national championship, or nationals, there is always one event that the softball world considers being our "finals." The Alliance Championship is that event. The Alliance Championship event is composed of qualifiers from member leagues, like TFL, from all over the country. Every summer, those qualified teams have the honor to compete against each other for a shot at becoming the best of the best. The only way to be a part of this is by being a part of the Texas Fastpitch League.
Path to AFCS
TFL Registration is completely FREE
TFL Registration runs through November 1
Registration lasts for Fall, Spring, and Summer
Teams may qualify for Tier 1 AFCS by earning a berth at a TFL Junior event, or at Fall, Spring, or Summer Championships.
No. If you're registering for The Alliance and already have insurance you can get a discounted registration by uploading your current insurance and using the checkout code: INS2020/21
No. If you wish to play in The Alliance Championship Events however, you will need to be registered with them.
Congratulations on your Tier 1 status! You will be a Tier 1 team until the end of the season next August.
No. TFL endorsed events are just normal events that anyone can play in. Please note that your team will not earn berths from these events unless you're a registered TFL team and your team has registered with The Alliance.
All registered 10u and 12u teams can play in the TFL Championship
Click HERE to register for TFL.
- Step One: A Coach or Team Admin registers their team with a member league and pays team registration fee
- Step Two: Individual coaches and individual players (their parents) are invited to Join the League. All coaches and all players (via the parent first) register for the Member League. Alliance fee is paid individually by each coach and by each player
- Step Three: Once all athletes and coaches are registered and paid on a team, then The Alliance Fastpitch sends the info to USA Softball for the individual insurance and background checks. At this point, individuals will enjoy the benefits of being an Alliance Fastpitch member and will also receive their virtual ID card from USA Softball.
Teams that qualified in the fall are already qualified for The Alliance Championship. Other teams must earn berths given at qualifying TFL events. Click HERE to view our Path to AFCS.
Players can never play on two different teams in the same event. (Note: Fall & Spring kickoff events, although in different locations are considered the same event for rostering purposes.)
All transfer requests must be submitted by the parents of the athlete via email to Kevin Shelton (TFLLAInfo@gmail.com).
August 15 - October 1: Rosters are open for all additions & transfers
October 1 - November 1: Rosters open to players not on another TFL roster. Players can transfer but must be dropped from current roster before being added to a new roster
After November 1: Rosters are locked for Fall Championships
December 15 - February 1: Rosters are open for all additions & transfers
February 1 - May 1: Rosters open to players not on another TFL roster. Players can transfer but must be dropped from current roster before being added to a new roster
May 1 - Spring Championship: Rosters are locked for Spring Championships
After Spring Championship - June 1: Rosters are open for all additions & transfers
June 1 - July 1: Rosters open to players not on another TFL roster. Players can transfer but must be dropped from current roster before being added to a new roster
After July 1: Rosters are locked for Summer Championships