Dimensioned elevation drawing of a Softball measured with diameter and circumference

A Softball is the official ball used to play the sport of Softball and is distinguished by its traditional yellow color. Although its name suggest it is a soft ball, it has a core made of fiber kapok, a blend of cork and rubber, or polyurethane. Softballs are typically available in different sizes in accordance with different age groups. The Softball is sometimes covered in white or yellow leather and is sewn together with red thread. Yellow has become the official color of the NCAA and NAIA softballs as it provides higher visibility. The standards of a Softball are set by the International Softball Federation.

Collection of illustrations of Softballs seen from multiple directions

Softballs have a diameter of 3.82” (9.7 cm) and circumference of 12” (30.5 cm). The mass of a Softball is between 6.25-7 oz (177-198 g).


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3.82” | 9.7 cm (Diameter)
6.25-7 oz | 177-198 g

Circumference: 12” | 30.5 cm

Materials: Synthetic, composite or natural leather cover; long fiber kapok or polyurethane core
Surface: 96 raised stitches



Drawings include:
Softball Elevations (various)

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