What is the Canpitch Program?

Canpitch was created to introduce and develop the fundamental skills of windmill pitching to Canada’s children and youth. Canpitch instructors in each province teach a nationally standardized curriculum founded in Long Term Player Development (LTPD) principles that reflects an athlete-centered approach to learning.

The benefits of a nationally standardized pitching program like Canpitch are:

  • All athletes across Canada will have the opportunity to learn how to pitch from experts.
  • Improved skills will improve competitiveness at the local, provincial and national levels.
  • Canpitch Instructors are part of a national network of pitching coaches that are trained through Softball Canada's NCCP Pitching - Beginner context (more on that here). They participate in professional development sessions, which fosters a sense of community and the sharing of best practices.

Contact your Provincial/Territorial Office or local softball association about how to host, become a Canpitch Instructor or enroll a pitcher in a Canpitch Program near you. 

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The items listed in this document are recommended safeguards for restarting Softball activity in Canada. Provincial/Territorial (P/T) Associations, Leagues, Tournament Hosts, Staff, Players, Coaches, Umpires, Parents, and Spectators should continue to follow Federal, Provincial/Territorial and Local Governmental guidelines.

How are we doing?

Your feedback is important to us! Let Softball Canada know about your experience with the Canpitch Program by filling out the following surveys:

Canpitch Parental Feedback Survey

Canpitch Participant Feedback Survey