It is 60 feet from home to first, and between the other bases. Depending on the age level, the pitching rubber is 35ft (10u), 40ft (12u-14u in my area), and 43ft from home. (16u-23u, high school, and college). In terms of fence distance, the only specifies distances are in high school and college, it can be no more then 200 down the line and 220 in dead center.
I'm sorry if the pitching distances are not the same in your area, but you can probably check it on your local ASA website.
There are two different kinds of softball, fast pitch and slow pitch. Rather than try to explain I will point you to a wonderful link that will explain all. http://www.sportsknowhow.com/softball/dimension/softball-fast-pitch-field-dimensions.html
In fast-pitch softball the field dimensions are about 220 feet on average (for females) and 250 feet (for males).
It is 60 feet from home to first on a softball field. It is the same distance between all the bases. The pitcher's mound is 40 to 43 feet way depending on the level of competition. The depth of the outfield varies from field to field.
i know in fast pitch softball it is 4 outfielders allowed on the field at once
Softball doesn't have a raised mound. In fast pitch softball, there is a circle with an 8 foot diameter drawn around the pitcher's plate.
The average in fast-pitch softball is 220 feet (for females) and 250 feet (for males).
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yes there is different types of softball. There is fast-pitch and there is slow-pitch softball.
1 Stay in the baseline 2 when you play fast pitch you will need a fast pitch bat 3 when you are in the field stay out of the baseline