3   National and International organisations which govern the sport
The British Softball Federation (BSF) governs softball in the United Kingdom.nThe vast majority of UK softball is played in the co-ed (mixed) slowpitch format but there are numerous single-sex slowpitch teams and a growing fastpitch community.
The European Softball Federation (ESF) was established in ROME (Italy) in 1976 by the representatives of six national Baseball and Softball Federations (Belgium, France, Italy, Germany, Netherlands, Spain,) of the European continent, with the objectives of promoting and developing Softball in Europe.
2   Links to Softball and Baseball teams playing in and around Oxford
The Horspath Road Athletics track is a facility available to everyone designed to encourage both the beginner and expert to try their hand at any track and field discipline.
Anonymous 10 May 2016
7   Other teams, clubs and associations based in the UK
1   Specialist tournament webpages
Edinburgh Festiball is now in it's 16th year. With 34 teams entered in 2005. It's a far cry from the early days when the competition was between 2 teams, played in Holyrood Park. ...now in it's 16th year...Still beneath the towering Arthur's Seat, the Festiball has finally rested at Peffermill Playing Fields.
Anonymous 19 May 2006
4   International teams, clubs and associations
3   Websites containing useful information on Softball and base ball skills and drills
3   Websites selling equipment
In 1952, Paul Giovagnoli, the founder of Master Pitching Machine, built his first baseball pitching machine. Today, Master Pitching Machine is the world leader in the design and production of commercial pitching machines and batting cage equipment.
5   Web directories and listing pages containing softball sites - hopefully ours
Oxford Sports and Fitness Guide n