|Headquarters||Xinyi, Taipei, Taiwan|
|24 member associations|
|Lin Hua Wei|
|World Baseball Softball Confederation|
The WBSC Asia, formerly known as, Baseball Federation of Asia (BFA) is the governing body of the sport of baseball and softball in Asia. The federation is governed by the World Baseball Softball Confederation.
The birth of Baseball Federation of Asia goes back to 1954 when the 2nd Asian Games was held in Manila, Philippines.
The four countries of Korea, Japan, Taiwan, and the Philippines organized a committee aiming at establishing Baseball Federation of Asia, and 7 May of the same year witnessed the commencement of BFA.
American expatriate Charles Chick Parsons of the Philippines was elected as the first president of Baseball Federation of Asia.
The BFA became inactive for eight years following the 1975 Asian Baseball Championship. At the sidelines of the FEMBA World Baseball Championship in Tokyo in 1980, the executives of BFA discussed about resuming the activity of the federation. The Asian Baseball Championship was later resumed in 1983 which was held in Seoul. The membership of the federation grew as more Asian nations were admitted to the BFA.
The total number of BFA members at the present time is 24, and 1 non-member observer State (Vietnam).
|Asian Baseball Championship||Japan||18th||Chinese Taipei|
|Asian Baseball Cup||East Division||Philippines||5th||Thailand|
|West Division||Sri Lanka||2nd||Pakistan|
|Asian City Baseball Tournament||Saitama||1st||Taichung|
|Asian U-18 Baseball Championship||South Korea||5th||Chinese Taipei|
|Asian U-15 Baseball Championship||Japan||2nd||Chinese Taipei|
|Asian U-12 Baseball Championship||Chinese Taipei||7th||South Korea|