CAPS Calendar

  • Aug 15-20:  NAGAAA Softball World Series, Austin, TX
  • Aug 27 (1-5PM):  End of Season Party and Awards Ceremony, Nellie's Sports Bar, Washington, DC
  • Sept 13-17: ASANA World Series, Kansas City, MO
  • Sept 10:  Fall Ball Week 1, Tucker Road Park, Fort Washington, MD


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Summer Season

Our season has ended.  Check out the standings.

The Cal Steinmetz Memorial End-of-Season Tournament was held Sunday, August 7 at Watkins Park.  Check out the results under the Tournaments link above.  


Fall Season

REGISTRATION IS OPEN!  Click on the Register link above.    

Forgot your login info?  Email capssoftball@gmail.com.

We will play on six Saturdays beginning September 10 and ending October 22 (skipping Columbus Day weekend).  There will be competitive, recreational, and  women's divisions.  All players register as free agents and will be drafted to teams.  The player fee is $30.



About CAPS

The Chesapeake & Potomac Softball League (CAPS) is a non-profit organization founded in 1983 to establish a friendly place for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered (GLBT) people in the greater Washington/Baltimore metropolitan areas to play softball, learn and/or enhance softball skills and meet new people.  

Our league offers two divisions.  Our Open Division, a member of the North American Gay Amateur Athletic Alliance (NAGAAA), is made up of co-ed teams placed in divisions based on skill level.  Our Women's Division, a member of the Amateur Sports Alliance of North America (ASANA), is made up of women-only teams.

In addition to our affiliations with NAGAAA and ASANA, CAPS is a proud and active member of Team DC.  Team DC promotes LGBT individual and team sports participation.  Our league follows the Amateur Softball Association (ASA) rules of play!


Thank you to everyone who participated in CAPS'

Mid-Atlantic Gay Invitational Classic (MAGIC) Tournament

Check out the results!

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