- The Amateur Softball Association was founded in 1933 by Leo Fisher and Michael J. Pauley.
- The ASA was named the National Governing Body of Softball in the United States by the United States Olympic Committee in 1978.
- The ASA's National Office is located in Oklahoma City.
- The ASA has 76 local associations that register teams and organize leagues around the country.
- The Amateur Softball Association registers over 245,000 softball teams comprising over 3.5 million players.
- The ASA annually registers over 83,000 youth girls' fast pitch softball teams comprising over 1.2 million girls.
- The ASA annually registers over 38,000 certified umpires
- The ASA conducts over 100 National Championships on an annual basis in which 30,000 players compete
- The ASA's website, www.asasoftball.com, averages over 4,000 "unique visitors" per day.
- The ASA Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City has served as host of the NCAA Women's College World Series more than any other site.