Italian Baseball

 

 

 

Federazione Italiana Baseball/Softball
Attn: Riccardo Fraccari
Palazzo Delle Federazioni
Viale Tiziano, 74
00196 Rome, Italy


Ph: 39-6 368-58297 / 39-6 368-58376
Fax: 39-6 323-3752 / 39-6 368-58201

 

    Baseball in Italy started at the end of WW2, in 1945, when American troops came to Italy to help us get rid of the Nazis. Though known by most as the site of a great WWII battle, the American cemetery in Anzio is also the birth place of baseball in Italy.  American soldiers would recruit local youths to aid in the burial details and then teach them to play baseball on their breaks. They taught Italian kids how to play the game, played some in front of Italian people, and the seed was sown. The first Italian League Tournament was held in 1948, and Bologna won it. Teams with a good tradition for baseball are in the following towns: Nettuno, Bologna, Parma, Milan, Rimini and Grosseto.


bullet

Albisola Baseball Spring League

bullet

Albisole Cubs

bullet

Baseball Club Cairese

bullet

Baseball Italia

bullet

Baseball Softball Club Godo

bullet

Baseball.it

bullet

Bologna Athletics

bullet

Bulldogs Athletic Club Cernusco S/N

bullet

Caserta Baseball Club

bullet

Chianti Baseball

bullet

Chianti Baseball Days in Tuscany

bullet

Comitato Nazionale Classificatori

bullet

Cus Parma Baseball

bullet

Federazione Italiana Baseball Softball

bullet

Fortitudo Baseball Bologna

bullet

Genova Baseball

bullet

Grosseto Baseball

bullet

Italian Baseball Links

bullet

Mens Sana Baseball Softball Siena

bullet

Modena Baseball Club

bullet

Redskins Imola

bullet

Red Sox Baseball and Softball

bullet

Riccione Baseball

bullet

Rimini Baseball Club

bullet

Santa Sabina Genova

bullet

Settimo Baseball Club

bullet

Sicilia Baseball

bullet

Surfers Baseball Club

bullet

Thunders Salermo

bullet

World Baseball Cup

Up
  Please contact us directly to add, modify, or correct link information.
Baseball@InternationalBaseball.org

 

The Ultimate International Baseball Resource!