Riverview Community Centre


Each year, the softball season starts with online player registration in late February or early March and practices start as soon as we can get on the fields or find indoor locations. The regular season typically runs from May to June with two games per week and usually one or two additional practices. Divisional/League playoffs are held in late June.  For those teams that qualify at divisional, provincial championships are held in.

Registration for 2024 now closed

Levels and Fees

LevelBirth YearsGames PlayedFee
Learn to Play (U7)2017-2019Saturday Mornings$75
U92015-2016Tuesday AND Thursday $100
U112013-2014Monday AND Wednesday $200
U132011-2012Tuesday AND Thursday $200
U152009-2010Monday AND Wednesday $200
U172007-2008Tuesday AND Thursday $200
U192005-2006Monday AND Wednesday $200


Learn to Play U7 – Moffat Field (1377 Clarence Ave.)

U9-U11 – Dependent on team.  Riverview rarely has enough players to host a team.  In this case your daughter will play on another team (Corydon, Varsity View, Fort Garry or South Winnipeg).  One game per week played at the home diamond, one game played at an away diamond somewhere in Winnipeg or surrounding towns.


U7 has no practice in addition to Saturdays.

U9 may have practices in addition to game days.  Up to each coach.

U11 to U19 will have 1 or 2 practices in addition to game days.  Up to each coach.

Refund Policy

Cancellations until April 14 will receive a refund minus a $50 administrative fee. No refunds will be given after April 14.


Coaches are important to ensure a successful season.  If you want to be a coach or assistant coach please indicate this when you register.


Please ask your child if they are interested in umpiring!  Umpires will get great support from the league to learn the role. And umpiring can help increase their knowledge of the game!

If interested please indicate this when you register.  More information on umpire clinics is available on the Softball Manitoba website: https://www.softball.mb.ca/content/registration-and-clinics

Player Equipment Requirements

Player uniforms (shirts & hats/visors) and catcher equipment are provided by the club.

Individual players will require (at minimum) a properly sized glove, batting helmet with a protective cage and a bat. You will also be required to purchase softball pants and socks in your team color.

Pitchers are required to have a mask while pitching and we do encourage the younger age players to wear them as well when they are playing in the infield.

Optional equipment includes batting gloves, cleats and personal catching equipment. Consult your coach for information on equipment purchases.

Softball Levels

A – Club level.  Hosted within our community centres.  Plays in May and June.

AA – Introduction to High Performance (when you are registering for A ball, check off the box if you are interested in also playing at the more competitive AA level).  AA tryouts take place within each Softball Manitoba designated boundary in May with teams competing after the community club provincials in July and August. All athletes must play club level to participate. This level also acts as a bridge to prepare for AAA tryouts.

AAA – High Performance. AAA tryouts take place in September with teams forming shortly after and practicing year round. Regional club for Riverview is Smittys Terminators.  Find out more information here.  https://www.smittysterminators.ca/


Please contact Brad Ewankiw at softball@riverviewcc.ca for more information.

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