Association Membership Form


Baseball Alberta Member status is afforded to Associations and/or Leagues through application and an Association/League Membership Fee (Fee Summary). Baseball Alberta Members represent Baseball Alberta within a defined geographic area, register all players and coaches within their Association/League with Baseball Alberta, solely provide Baseball Alberta/Baseball Canada programming to its baseball members and agree to follow all rules, regulations, policies and procedures as set out by Baseball Alberta. Baseball Alberta Members have voting privileges (1 per Association/Club and 1 per registered team) and all rights, privileges and responsibilities of membership (including player transfer rights). Members are provided with an enhanced insurance package, including a Provincial Directors and Officers Insurance program and liability for all volunteers.

Any member that does not fulfill the requirements of a Full Baseball Alberta Member may participate in Baseball Alberta 'A'/'AA'/'AAA' League play for a maximum of two (2) years as a way to introduce the League program into their Association for potential full membership.

However, these Associations who do not fulfill Full Member requirements DO NOT have access to the privileges of membership including; voting rights, programming (Winterball/Rally Cap), post provincial play (Western/National Championships) and player transfer rights.

Terms & Conditions of Agreement:

By Submitting the following application, your Association/League is agreeing to the following terms and conditions:

To register all players, managers, and coaches in our boundaries with Baseball Alberta

To attempt to offer a full range of Baseball Alberta Programs

To abide by all rules, regulations, policies and procedures of Baseball Alberta and Baseball Canada

To solely utilize registered Baseball Alberta coaches and umpires within our Association, Club and/or League

If your Association DOES NOT have up to date Bylaws and/or Code of Conduct Policies, you agree to adhere to the Baseball Alberta Bylaws and the Baseball Alberta Code of Conduct.

To the extent there is an inconsistency between the member association’s existing bylaws and/or code of conduct and the Baseball Alberta Bylaws and Code of Conduct, the Baseball Alberta Bylaws and Code of Conduct will take precedent and be adhered to.

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