Due to the current situation with COVID-19, WBSC Europe has introduced a new competition calendar for 2020. Unfortunately, as expected, most of the competition was canceled. The only competition that will run are Women’s and Men’s European Championship , and are postponed as follows: Women’s European Championship new date is September 20 – 26, 2020
ESCA (The European Softball Coaches Association) and NFCA (National Fastpitch Coaches Association) have reached a partnership agreement in an effort to both share and increase the knowledge of coaches throughout Europe. All coaches (and those who plan to become one) can sign up via the link: https://forms.gle/W2nzuzH23ZHnSUyXA You can read more on http://www.europeansoftball.org/articles/detail/940
On Sunday, the last Winter League was played, which this year was a record for the number of teams that participated. For the first time, tournaments were played outside Zagreb. Two tournaments were played in Zadar, while the remaining three were traditionally played in Hotanj. All scores and final ranking ZIMSKA_LIGA_2019_2020_završni bilten
Women’s European Championship – Italy, June 7 – 13, 2020 A new competition system for WECh has been introduced. Top 8 teams from 2019 Women’s European Championship are allocated in the Super Round, while the rest of the National Teams were drawn in 4 pools. The winner of each group will go to the Super Round where
Medvedi won the best of seven series against Giants with a final score of 4-0 and they defended the title of champion. Hrvoje Jerbić from Medvednica took individual awards for best batter and Most Valuable Player. Bruno Kukolja from Giants took individual awards for best pitcher. Princ started off their best-of-five final series against the
After years of domination, SPAN in a great finale knocked Medvednica off the throne and won the Croatian Cup and secured appearance on the European Super Cup 2020. In the last inning, Medvednica had the opportunity to equalize but SPAN withstood the pressure and finished the game with excellent defense with a score of 4:
The first Coed slowpitch championship of Croatia was played on Saturday, September 21st in Zadar. Three teams participated in the championship, Donat from Zadar and Medvednica and SPAN from Zagreb. The first Croatian Coed Champion became the SPANA team, which beat Medvednica 26:25 in the exciting final.
From the July 29th until August 3rd, 13 European teams competed to earn the title of U-16 Women’s European Champion of 2019. Croatia, Hungary and Turkey for the very first time at this tournament. The Croatia first played with the Czech Republic and Hungary. The great game was played against Hungary team with important victory