Welcome to the online home of the Abbotsford Angels Hardball Association.  The AAHA is committed to providing the best youth baseball experience to the kids of Abbotsford. We are a proud member association of BC Minor Baseball and Canadian Federation of Amateur Baseball.

The AAHA offers baseball programs for boys and girls from ages Kindergarten to Grade 12. From T-Ball to Midget we emphasize fun, sportsmanship, teamwork and character development as we help our kids learn to play the game of baseball with skill and to strive for excellence on and off the diamond.  We offer opportunities to play for kids of all abilities, from those first trying the sport to those who want to compete at elite levels.

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Please look around our site to find out more about the AAHA.  If you are brand new, maybe check out our FAQ page. If you can’t find the info you are looking for, please get in touch with us. You can find people to email or talk to under the “Contact Us” tab above, or you can simply start right away by calling the President, Dan Dick, at 604-807-0877, or sending email to president@abbotsfordbaseball.ca.

We hope to see you at the ball park!


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Mailing address:

Abbotsford Angels Hardball Association
PO Box 2244, Station A
Abbotsford, BC
V2T 4X2



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  1. Justin

    My son is 13 years old when is the next season he can play in it could be any season (summer,fall etc.)

    1. AAHA

      Check back in August for info about Fall Ball 2016.

  2. Peter

    Who won the Black v Red game?

    1. AAHA

      Abby Black defeated Abby Red 8-3.

  3. Peter

    Saw your article in Abby News. Sounds like baseball is on the rise in Abbotsford!

  4. Sarah Bent

    Hi there my son is 7 and I’d like to register him. Can you please let me to know the start up costs

    1. AAHA

      Registration for 2016 has closed. Please contact registrar@abbotsfordbaseball.ca and t-ball@abbotsfordbaseball.ca for more information.

  5. Bill McNally

    Awesome video.

  6. Randy Downes

    So sad to hear this news. Attended a celebration of life for Wayne on Saturday and the number of people at the church was a certain indication of the legacy and admiration Wayne earned in his many years of coaching. There were many speakers on Wayne’s behalf including many from BC Baseball who provided fitting tributes on Wayne. Wayne truly was one of the “good ones” and I will miss greatly.

  7. Betty kind

    As a former board member I would like to inform you of a long standing coach and board member that has passed away yesterday. Wayne Bampton dedicated many years to this association and it would be fitting to have a service message in the website regarding his dedication.

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