Welcome to the National Softball Hall of Fame!
The links in this section will serve as your source for all the National Softball Hall of Fame information, including the history of the Hall of Fame and member bios.
The National Softball Hall of Fame is the ultimate goal for any player, coach, umpire or administrator who aspire to greatness in the sport. With 371 inductees, the National Softball Hall of Fame is among the most difficult sports halls in the nation in which to gain membership.
Minimum qualifications for induction for a player into the National Softball Hall of Fame include selection to at least three ASA All-America teams at the major or super levels. A player must also have been retired from active play for a minimum of three years.
Take a moment to browse through the Hall of Fame section and learn more about some of the sport's greatest athletes and their accomplishments.
If you get a chance to visit us in person while in Oklahoma City, please observe these hours of operation:
National Softball Hall of Fame and Museum
2801 NE 50th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73111
Monday-Friday: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Saturday-Sunday: Closed (September-March)
The Hall of Fame and Museum does not charge, but donations are greatly appreciated and accepted. Your donations will help keep this history of softball alive through exhibit updates, upkeep and restoration projects.