Season commences 30 April 2023
Come along and see what we're all about! The first game of the season kicks off on Sunday 30 April 2023. All games are played at HJ Mahoney Memorial Park, Marrickville 2204.
For those who have registered to play, please make sure you pay your fees.
Sydney Women's Baseball League
Sydney Women's Baseball League (SWBL) offers a social, friendly and LGBTQ inclusive baseball competition based in Marrickville. Established in 1995, SWBL is the longest running women's baseball league in the Sydney metropolitan area. We have players from many different sporting backgrounds and encourage all skill levels.
Baseball for everyone
SWBL is a community league and is about baseball for everyone. We have fun together both on and off the diamond, with a healthy dose of sporting competition and a bunch of social events throughout the season. We also welcome friends and families to participate in non-playing roles such as umpiring, scoring or sausage flipping on the bbq.
We are LGBTQ inclusive.
SWBL is about baseball for all. We provide a safe, fun and harmonious community for all members, cheer squads, families and friends.
We love baseball, but we're also a social bunch. The SWBL social calendar is jam packed with fun events throughout the season.
SWBL caters to all sporting abilities and runs skill sessions throughout the season. We also provide training for umpire and scorer roles.
As a league, SWBL recognises that gender isn't binary and welcomes trans, gender diverse, and intersex people as we work to reduce the barriers to participation in sport.
SWBL is incredibly grateful for our 2023 sponsors, who keep the league affordable and accessible to all. ACON is a NSW based health promotion organisation specialising in lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) health, and have been sponsoring our league for over 13 years. The Golden Barley has also been a long-time sponsor, and you'll find us there every Sunday afternoon for post-match socialising.
Sydney Women's Baseball League games are played on the land of the Gadigal people of the Eora nation. We pay our respects to their Elders - past, present, and future.