House League Program

2021 Day of Champs Schedule

2022 Registration Coming Soon

Contact Wendy Rebelo at for registration information.

Click on this link to view House League Frequently Asked Questions

Program Information – 2021 Age groups and Registration Fees

As the one of the largest minor softball associations in Ontario, BGSA operates more than 40 teams competing in 7 divisions

The House League season begins in early May and continues until mid-end of August. Every division from Minor-Mite to Bantam also holds an In House Tournament with trophies or medals going to the top 4 teams in the division. Playoffs start in July and all teams compete in the final Day of Champs Day.

Registration for the Houseleague Program begins in October every year . Late fee of $50 per player is applicable for all registrations received after April 1st.

Division Age Playing Night Up to April 1st After April 1st
T-Ball 5-6 born 2015-2016 Thursday $135 $185
Minor-Mite 7-8 born 2013-2014 Mon & Wed $150 $200
Mite 9-10 born 2011-2012 Tues & Thurs $175 $225
Squirt 11-12 born 2009-2010 Mon & Thurs $185 $235
Novice 13-14 born 2007-2008 Mon & Thurs $195 $245
Bantam 15-16 born 2005-2006 Mon & Thurs $200 $250
Midget/Junior 17-23 born 1998-2004 Mon/Thurs $200 $250

NOTE: Squirt/Novice will be together this year

Bantam/Midget will be together.

Fees will remain the same based on year of birth

BGSA Operating Principles

The Brampton Girls Softball Association has several important objectives for the operation of their House League:

  • To provide a fun experience for all participants at every age level.
  • To create an environment of competitive softball that every player can enjoy.
  • To provide guidance to coaching staff that will assist them in teaching the fundamentals of softball.
  • To make our House League as enjoyable as possible so that every player will return, year after year.
  • Click on this link to view the BGSA Houseleague Rules and Guidelines

Team Balance


BGSA has implemented a detailed process to improve team balance in every division. One of our most important duties is to fairly divide the available talent, for the division that they represent, to ensure that we have an equal and competitive level of play. If a team does not win a game, or goes undefeated, we have not been successful. In order to accomplish this we need to limit the player requests.

Our process relies on accurate ratings of every player, every year. Coaches complete rating forms, provided with detailed instructions and guidelines on how to rate their teams. At the end of the season an All Coaches meeting is conducted for each division and all the ratings are discussed, adjusted if necessary and agreed to. The following year these ratings are used  to build and balance the teams. The process is not perfect but we are getting better and our satisfaction ratings have increased for this issue every year. For more information please contact: