Softball Party Supplies & Birthday Decorations

Gear up for the big game with these Softball Party Supplies! We carry a full, exclusive line of tableware, party favors and decorations to help you create a picture-perfect event. Check out our extensive selection of party supplies below to get started with your party planning today!

Any fan of softball will absolutely love our party line! We’ve created a line of durable plates, strong paper napkins and fun party cups to feature in your softball-themed party.

Our dinner plates measure about 9” across, our smaller snack plates are 7” and are perfect for cake and ice cream, our lunch napkins are 6.75” and our sturdy paper cups hold up to 9 ounces of hot and cold beverages. All of our quality tableware is strong, durable and will make perfect addition to your event.

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  • Softball Standard Party Pack (For 16 Guests)

    Softball Standard Party Pack (For 16 Guests)

    Regular Price: Suggested: $21.63

    Special Price Our Price: $12.93

  • Softball Mini Party Pack (For 8 Guests)

    Softball Mini Party Pack (For 8 Guests)

    Regular Price: Suggested: $12.46

    Special Price Our Price: $7.46

  • Softball Dinner Plates - 9in (8 Pack)

    Softball Dinner Plates - 9in (8 Pack)

    Regular Price: Suggested: $3.49

    Special Price Our Price: $1.99

  • Softball Dessert Plates - 7in (8 Pack)

    Softball Dessert Plates - 7in (8 Pack)

    Regular Price: Suggested: $2.99

    Special Price Our Price: $1.79

  • Softball 9oz Cups (8 Pack)

    Softball 9oz Cups (8 Pack)

    Regular Price: Suggested: $2.69

    Special Price Our Price: $1.69

  • Softball Lunch Napkins (20 Pack)

    Softball Lunch Napkins (20 Pack)

    Regular Price: Suggested: $3.29

    Special Price Our Price: $1.99

  • Softball Stickers (1 Sheet)

    Softball Stickers (1 Sheet)

    Regular Price: Suggested: $3.49

    Special Price Our Price: $1.99

  • Softball Drink Labels - Large (2 Pack)

    Softball Drink Labels - Large (2 Pack)

    Regular Price: Suggested: $2.79

    Special Price Our Price: $1.98

  • Softball Placemats - 18in x 12in (Each)

    Softball Placemats - 18in x 12in (Each)

    Regular Price: Suggested: $3.99

    Special Price Our Price: $2.47

  • Softball Photo Props (32 Pieces)

    Softball Photo Props (32 Pieces)

    Regular Price: Suggested: $13.99

    Special Price Our Price: $9.99

  • Softball Door Signs - 12in x 18in (Each)

    Softball Door Signs - 12in x 18in (Each)

    Regular Price: Suggested: $2.99

    Special Price Our Price: $2.47

  • Softball Party Signs - 18in x 12in (Each)

    Softball Party Signs - 18in x 12in (Each)

    Regular Price: Suggested: $3.49

    Special Price Our Price: $2.47

  • Softball DIY Cupcake Toppers (24 Pack)

    Softball DIY Cupcake Toppers (24 Pack)

    Regular Price: Suggested: $4.29

    Special Price Our Price: $3.99

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The History of Softball

Though it's widely assumed that softball came about because of baseball, that's not the case. The first softball game was born on Thanksgiving Day of 1887, where alumni sat in the Chicago, Illinois Farragut Boat Club watching the outcome of the Yale/Harvard football game. Yale won, and a Yale fan playfully threw a boxing glove at a Harvard fan. The Harvard supporter swung at the glove with a stick, and the game drew interest. The first softball game was played with those fans using a boxing glove as a ball and a broom as a stick.

The Farragut Boat Club devised rules, and the game gained popularity to outsiders in Chicago and eventually throughout the rest of the midwest. The game underwent names such as indoor baseball, kitten baseball, diamond ball, mush ball and pumpkin ball before finally being coined baseball in 1930.

Softball's Most Influential Players

There are several names that ring throughout history as softball's most renowned players. A few of them are:

  • Dot Richardson, known for her fastpitch and four-time MVP of Women's Fastpitch National Championship
  • Lisa Fernandez, who set an Olympic record by striking out 21 batters in one game
  • Cat Osterman, a left-handed four-time all-American pitcher
  • Lauren Chamberlain, who was a star player on the Junior Women's National Team in 2011 and 2012 and who also posed for the ESPN body issue
  • Jennie Finch, who struck out Mike Piazza, Albert Pujols and Brian Gilesin the 2004 Pepsi All-Star Softball Game

5 Things You Didn't Know About Softball

Softball is the number one team sport in the U.S., with over 40 million players each year.

  • Softball was dropped from the Olympics in 2005 and was the first sport to be dropped in over 69 years. However, it will return in 2020!
  • The first world softball championship was a 1965 women's tournament in Melbourne, Australia.
  • For every one of the softball fastpitch games held in the Olympics in 1996, all tickets sold out completely.
  • Minor league pitcher Jackie Mitchell was banned from Major and Minor League Baseball after striking out both Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig.
  • Olympic team member Dot Richardson, who hit the game-winning home run in the 1996 game, is also an orthopedic surgeon.
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