DC Girls Baseball is an all-girls baseball organization based in Washington, DC. The only girls baseball program in the region, it draws girls ages 18 and under from across the District, Maryland, and Virginia, giving them the opportunity to play baseball at the highest levels, cultivating their skills and offering them the chance to build a sense of belonging with girls who love to play.
Our teams travel locally and regionally to compete in all-girls and co-ed baseball tournaments. We practice weekly with female professional coaches from the Eastern Women’s Baseball Conference. Our 13U Team won the 2017 Baseball for All National Girls Baseball Championship Tournament in Rockford, IL in July 2017 and defended their title as a 14U team in 2018. Our program has been recognized with a resolution by the DC City Council and was celebrated on the field at Nationals Park this Fall for the second year in a row.
Our coming year offers many exciting opportunities, from our winter baseball clinics and our strength and conditioning program to tournament play in Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, and Illinois. Come and take the field and help us change the world one pitch at a time!
Support Girls Who Play
DC Girls Baseball is gearing up to take three teams to the largest all-girls baseball tournament in the country. From August 1-4, our players will join approximately 400 girls in Rockford, IL for four days of baseball, instruction, and community hosted by Baseball for All. As we prepare for the national tournament, we're launching our summer fundraising campaign, SUPPORT GIRLS WHO PLAY, to raise awareness and funding for our program.