The Iowa Amateur Softball Association is one of 83 local associations in the United States serving teams/players, coaches, and umpires in the sport of Softball.  The Amateur Softball Association (ASA) was formed in 1933 and has remained the official rules writer and interpreter for the sport of softball.  ASA is recognized by the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) as the National Governing Body (NGB) for the sport of softball.  ASA conducts youth and adult softball programs in every state and virtually every city in the United States through a network of state and metro local associations.  Over 245,000 teams and 3.5 million players (83,000 girls' fast pitch teams, 1.2 million girls') play ASA softball each year.  ASA registers over 43,000 umpires each year and is known for one of the best officiating programs of any sport in the U.S.

The purpose of the Iowa Amateur Softball Association is to:  Promote amateur softball for all persons regardless of age, sex, race, religion, national origin or ancestry.  Promote and conduct annual amateur softball championships.  Educate and train in the proper skills of amateur softball play and rules of the game through promoting, organizing and conducting clinics, seminars and training courses.


We will be continuously updating this website as information becomes available.  Please feel free to contact the Iowa Amateur Softball Association Office at (641) 236-5766.  You may also contact Executive Director, Tom Topping at via e-mail.