I'd like to inquire about a scholarship - who do I reach out to?
Please reach out to [email protected].
I forgot my Username or Password?
Go to the login button. Click on the link that says Forgot your Username or Password and you will be prompted to input your email address to reset. You will want to retrieve this information vs. creating a new account otherwise your information and birth certificate verification will not be saved with a new account.
What division should I select for my player?
Please see the Divisions of Play page for details on the typical ages, skill levels, and rule enforcement at each level.
What is the "league age" of my player?
The league age is simply your player's age on August 31st of the calendar year of that given season (after the season is over). You can use this calculator at the National Little League website for more information.
What is required for verifying residency?
Please review section 3 of the Registration page for more information.
What is the League ID on the School Enrollment form?
Our League ID is 4470709
The School Enrollment form doesn't list my player's division. What should I do?
For Tee Ball and Coach pitch please select Tee Ball. For Rookies and Minors please select Minors. For Majors please select LL (Majors). Unfortunately we can't modify the form from Little League International standards.
What do I use if my player is in pre-school in the boundaries OR my player goes to school outside the boundaries but we live in the boundaries?
If you are not able to use the school enrollment form due to one of these situations, you may provide three additional forms to prove residency. The full list can be found on the bottom of the Boundaries Page of our website and include most official residency forms, bills, driver's license etc.
I want my player to play up/down a division - what do I do?
The league age is simply your player's age on August 31 of the calendar year of that given season (after the season is over). You can use this calculator at the National Little League website for more information. If you want your player to play up or down a division, please register your player according to their age and email [email protected] with your request and copy any previous coaches on your request. Requests will be discussed with the Director of Coaching and previous coach to determine final placement/or assessment requirements for final placement.
When does the season start and end?
Exact dates vary each year, but the season generally begins in early-March and concludes in either late-May/early June (Tee Ball and Coach Pitch) or mid-June (Rookies, Minors, and Majors). This year, due to COVID-19, we are still figuring out what the season will look like based on current recommended guidelines. We will outline key dates for communication with new information as they become available from federal, state and local authorities.
When and where are practices and games?
Practices and games vary in quantity and location by division but general outlines can be found for each division on the division page. The schedule is set after all teams have been formed. Practices and games are held at several fields throughout West Seattle.
How much does it cost to play for one player?
Registration fees vary by division and may be found on the Registration Page.
What equipment does my player need?
Please provide your own age appropriate baseball glove, shoes (athletic or cleats), athletic supporter and cup for boys and we recommend your own helmet due to health concerns with sharing headgear. Team balls, two bats, catcher gear, jerseys and two team helmets (hat must be worn under) are provided. You may also purchase many of those items yourself for your player. Optional items you may consider include chest protector, sliding shorts, cleats, batting gloves and extra baseball pants especially at the Rookies, Minors and Majors levels. Please reach out to [email protected] if you need scholarship help with required items.
My player wants to play with friends. How do I request that?
You may request a specific coach or specific friends for Tee Ball and Coach Pitch. It is unfortunately not guaranteed but we try our best. For Minors and Majors, players are drafted after an assessment day and no special requests may be made outside of siblings on the same team (if requested).
What is the difference between the Intermediate 50/70 and Juniors division?
Intermediate 50/70 is for players age 13 and uses 50-foot pitching distance and 70-foot base paths.
The Juniors division is for age 13-16 and uses the conventional 90-foot diamond with a pitching distance of 60 feet, 6 inches. Modified diamond dimensions may be used during the regular season.
How do I add another adult to the account?
Go to your account page (top right icon). Click on the Settings Wheel (when you hover it will say Edit Account Info). At the bottom of the page is a button to add an additional account holder. This is perfect for multi adult/parent/guardian families.
How do I change my password?
Go to your account page (top right icon). Click on the Settings Wheel (when you hover it will say Edit Account Info). At the bottom of the page is a button that says Change Password. Follow these steps which are like the typical process to change your password.
I'm having problems with my log-in and can't finish registration. What should I do?
Please reach out to [email protected].