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Key partnerships

Softball Australia is committed to building partnerships with disability organisations, nationally, that assist people with a disability to be a part of sport and allow individuals to enjoy the true essence of sports participation.


The Australian Sports Commission is the principle partner of Softball Australia. The Australian Sports Commission supports Softball Australia's commitment to provide opportunities to people of all ages, cultures, gender and ability to participate in softball. There has also been a compilation of information put together on the Australian Sports Commission website to provide Clubs and Associations with strategies to assist in getting people with a disability involved in softball.


For more information on Disability Sport visit the Australian Sports Commission.




Special Olympics Australia

Special Olympics Australia (SOA) is a not-for-profit organisation that transforms the lives of people with an intellectual disability through sport. SOA have almost 4,000 athletes taking part in over 250 sports clubs across metropolitan and regional Australia.


Special Olympics offer the opportunity for their athletes to just have fun or aspire to compete at state, national (SOA National Games) and international competition (SO World Games).


Softball is one of 14 official sports that SOA offers to its athletes. Softball Australia partners with Special Olympics Australia (SOA) to provide opportunities to build capacity and promote awareness in order to offer Softball opportunities to people with an intellectual disability. Softball Australia has developed in partnership with SOA a Memorandum of Understanding.


In 2007 the Special Olympics national Softball side won Gold at the Special Olympics World Games in Shanghai, China and will aim to do the same in 2011 Special Olympics World Games in Athens, Greece.


Watch highlights of the 2010 Special Olympic Olympics held in Adelaide 2010.

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Updated 13 March 2014

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