Although the distance may vary between leagues and associations, the pitching distance in 10 and under modified or fastpitch softball is usually accepted to be 35 feet. This distance has changed in some national associations over the past few years, and you may find anything from 34-36 feet. This is measured from the back point of the WHITE part of homeplate (not the black part) to the front-middle of the pitching rubber.
54' to front of pitching rubber.
40 feet for girls 8,9,and10
it is 40 feet from the pitchers mound to home plate
60 feet, 6 inches In high school, college, and professional baseball, from the back corner of the home plate to the front edge of the pitcher's plate (or rubber, if you prefer) is 60 feet 6 inches. The front of home plate, the 17 inch wide line that defines the strike zone, is 17 inches closer to the pitcher, 59 feet and 1 inch from the rubber. For 13-16 year olds it's 50 feet 4 inches, and in little league it's 45 feet For a 10u league it's 35 feet, and for a 12u it's 40 feet For women's college softball, it's 43 feet, and for men, it's 46 feet.
Home Plate DistanceA child playing Little Leauge is can be at one of two levels at age 13. If the child is playing with children 13 and younger , then the mound is 46 feet away. If the child is playing with children that are 13 and older, then the mound is 60 feet and 6 inches. Take care Charles Wrong. There is seniors, which is several feet less than regulation. Also, in middle school, the distance is not quite regulation either. It starts in highschool, usually age 14.
There is no answer to that question, because there is no one zone that is "centerfield" and if you mean the wall, every park is different, an average park's centerfield wall is about 400 ft the outfield grass starts at about 130 ft, so from abot 200 ft to 400 ft.
infeet it is 43 feet from home to the pitching mound
the distance from the pitchers mound to home plate is 60 feet 6 inches.