The Ridgefield Girls Softball program, using regulation competitive softball rules, teaches skills, mental and physical development, a respect for the rules of the game, and basic ideals of sportsmanship and fair play, as well as, developing st
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The Ridgefield Rebels Travel division offers competitive teams in the 10U, 12U, 14U, 16U, and 18U age divisions.  All of our coaches have coaching certifications from Babe Ruth League, Inc. and ASA Softball, as well as, are 1st Aid/CPR certified.  Several of our coaches also are Connecticut State certified through the CIAC.  All of our female coaches have played the game at high competitive levels in the high school and/or collegiate ranks.


Participation in Ridgefield Rebels Travel softball requires a deeper commitment from player and parents versus rec softball given the nature of the competitive nature of the sport of fastpitch softball.


We generally carry rosters of 12 players per team to maximize playing time throughout the season which is one of the reasons this commitment level is required, as it is with all other travel softball programs in the region.


Tryouts for the coming season will take place in August and early September.  Details can be found on the home page of Ridgefield Girls Softball.


Rebels 10U:  Connecticut State Babe Ruth Champions – 1st Place

Rebels 12U:  Sunrise Cottage Tournament Champions – 1st Place

Rebels 12U:  USSSA Summer Spectacular Champions – 1st Place

Rebels 12U:  Donna Festa Memorial Tournament – 1st Place

Rebels 12U:  FCFSL Tournament – 2nd Place

Rebels 14U:  Hopewell Bad Girls Tournament – 2nd Place

Rebels 14U:  Donna Festa Memorial Tournament – 2nd Place

Rebels 14U:  Scarsdale Fall Finale Tournament – 2nd Place

Rebels 16U:  Hopewell Bad Girls Tournament – 2nd Place

Rebels 16U:  PONY East Zone National Championships


The overriding  goals of Ridgefield Girls Softball and its two core divisions Ridgefield Rebels Travel and Ridgefield Rec/House are to teach the girls to enjoy the game of fastpitch softball, improve their on-field skills, make solid friendships with their teammates, respect the game/their teammates/their coaches/their opponents/the officials, and to mature into fine young women.