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Welcome to Champlin Park Fastpitch Association!

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Covid 19 Update

The Minnesota Youth Athletic Services/Gopher State Baseball, Metro Baseball League/Minnesota Baseball Tournaments, and USA Softball Minnesota/Minnesota Softball have joined together to submit a “2020 Back to the Diamond” proposal to the Governor regarding how to safely get our ball players back on the field. The Champlin Park Fastpitch Association is currently awaiting word regarding this proposal. When and if this proposal is approved, we will be ready to begin safely practicing. If you would like more information on this proposal, please see the full press release below.

Tournament Information and Registration now LIVE under Tournament Tab

2020 Spring/Summer Fastpitch League

Thank you for your interest in Champlin Park Fastpitch!

Fastpitch with CPFA is a competitive traveling organization. Games are broken up between home (at Champlin Park High School) and away (in surrounding communities).

Practice is based upon the coach, but many teams will practice two nights per week. There are also weekend tournaments that are determined by team/coach. The Association will hold a player/parent meeting before the season starts so teams can get to know each other and their coaches. In this meeting tournament schedules can be determined.



Try-out process

  • No refunds after team determination - Tryouts were held Sunday, March 1st, 2020 and teams have been posted on the Teams tab here on the site.
  • Closed try-outs (parents cannot watch)
  • Coaches observe try-outs, but do not evaluate
  • Evaluators are independent volunteers


  • We will begin practices as soon as we can get on the fields (usually mid-April)
  • Games begin early May (coaches will provide exact schedules)
    • Expect one game/week while school is in session and two games/week at the end of the season once school is out of session
    • Games are double headers beginning at 6:15
    • You will have to travel to games in other communities within our Northwest region
  • Practices are at the coach’s discretion, but usually twice per week
  • Tournaments
    • The Association fees include registration entries into our home tournament, one tournament at your coach’s discretion, State qualifiers, and the State tournament.
    • Your coach may choose to register for additional tournaments. The team covers these fees. Higher-level teams typically enter an additional 3-5 tournaments; the lower teams do fewer. The individual fees depend on how many players are on the team and how much each tournament costs. 

2020 dates

  • 10U/12U Qualifiers - June 26-28
  • 8U/12U State - July 11-12
  • 14U/16U/18U Qualifiers- July 11-12
  • 10U/14U/16U/18U States - July 18-19
  • USA Softball Nationals - July 22-26 (not all teams participate in this)

Fees – while we have our registration fees, some teams opt for some of the extras noted below

  • Regular fees
    • $160 8U
    • $260 first year
    • $360 returning player
  • Team Banner: Some teams opt to buy a team banner. This cost is also divided amongst the team members.
  • Jersey Lettering: Some teams opt to put last names on their jerseys. Individuals pay the per letter cost of their name.
  • Pictures: It is optional for you to purchase individual/team photos.
  • Nationals
    • If your team qualifies, you do not need to pay the entrance fee, but there are other costs
    • Team splits the cost of the gate fees and NAFA registration (2018 = $230)
    • Gift bags: each team exchanges gift bags with the first team they play (usually $10-15 each)
    • Costumes: teams do a group costume for the parade
    • Pins: Players trade pins with other players. Plan on $2/pin (usually a bit less than that)
    • For example, a team’s total for Nationals in 2018 was $56.94


Volunteer hours

  • We are a volunteer-based organization and rely on families doing volunteer hours to manage our fields, concessions, and our tournament
  • We will offer an option to “buy out” of your volunteer obligation
  • We will have more information on this at the player-parent meeting



  • We do have a mandatory fundraiser that funds field improvements, new training equipment, and to help control registration fees


If your daughter is interested in playing with us this spring/summer but did not register/tryout in time, please contact Jamie Drugg at If we have room on a team, we may be able to make an exception for your child, but ONLY if it would not be detrimental to the current team structure.

Please see the Player Development and Registration tabs for clinics and other training and development opportunities for your child.

Easy fundraising for our Association

Please consider shopping at A portion of your purchase will be donated to our Association.

You must shop from the unique address rather than the regular site or app AND choose the "Champlin Park Fastpitch Association" non-profit option.

If you are an AmazonSmile customer, you can now support Champlin Park Fastpitch Association in the Amazon shopping app on your Android device! Simply follow these instructions to turn on AmazonSmile and start generating donations.

  1. If you have the latest version of the Amazon Shopping App, open the App on your Android device.
  2. View Settings and select AmazonSmile.
  3. Follow the in-App instructions to complete the process.

If you do not have the latest version of the Amazon Shopping App, update your App. Click here for instructions.

AmazonSmile is not currently available for iOS users. We will notify AmazonSmile charities when it becomes available.

Youth 1st Award Winners

Congratulations to our Rebels Classic Youth 1st award winners!

Organization Mission

The primary objective of this site is to serve our membership and improve communications. Our Association seeks to provide a community and volunteer-driven program to promote the growth and development of our players. Our Association works to promote a fun, fair, and safe environment that maximizes participation and improves players' skills while developing sportsmanship, teamwork, and self-confidence