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Welcome to Fremont Centerville Little League!

Welcome to Fremont Centerville Little League!

FAQs for parents

Welcome Fremont Families to FCLL!

FCLL Eligibility

Who is eligible to play baseball or softball in FCLL?

The Little League International organization values community-based baseball; for this reason, to be eligible to play in FCLL, a child must either live or attend school within our League boundaries.

Click here to see the boundary map and list of eligible schools.
You may also use the Little League Finder tool to learn which Little League is your home League.

Age & Gender
Little League baseball and softball is open to boys and girls ages 4-16 (Little League age). Little League is based on the age the child will be on August 31st.

Click here to determine your child's Little League Age for baseball.

Click here to determine your child's Little League Age for softball.

Time commitment

What is the time commitment for Spring season?


  • Tryouts usually happen in January
  • Teams are formed after tryouts
  • Practices start in February, usually 2/week
  • Opening Day is early March (games begin)
  • Regular season games run early March-early June, usually 2/week
  • For Minor A and above, post-season games are held in June

Game time

  • T-Ball games last 1 hour
  • Minor B games are 1.5 hours
  • Minor A - Major games are six innings


What are the volunteering options & expectations?

FCLL is 100% volunteer run. That means that everyone that is involved in making the league run smoothly, from the executive board to the managers and umpires, are parents like yourselves volunteering their time to make this league great. Please consider finding as many ways as possible to contribute to FCLL!

Volunteer expectations

  • Every FCLL family is expected to volunteer in some capacity throughout the year.
  • The most common form of volunteering is to work a few shifts in the Snack Shack: this is considered mandatory for families that are not already working as a Team Manager or Team Parent.

Other volunteer opportunities

Aside from working in the Snack Bar, there are many other fun ways to contribute to FCLL:

  • Managing or coaching a team
  • Being Team Parent: coordinating team activities, helping organize in the dugout during games
  • Scorekeeping: For Minor A games and above, keeping the official game score (training provided)
  • Umpiring: For Minor A games and above, volunteers serve as field umpires (training provided)
  • Field days: helping to prep fields, paint structures, and do light construction

For more information or to sign up to volunteer, you can email


How much does it cost to play in FCLL?

 Registration fees

  • T-Ball Division: $120.00 ($100.00 until 12/31/22)
  • All Other Baseball and Softball Divisions: $170.00 ($150.00 until 12/31/22)
  • Challenger Division: $50.00
  • Sibling Discount: $10.00 discount for each additional sibling after 11/15/21 (No discount for T-Ball) 
  • Scholarships available upon request
  • $75: FCLL requests each child to contribute $75 through fundraising throughout the season. This may be done as a buyout, at the Hit-a-Thon (our main fundraising event), or one of the other fundraising events that we host.
FCLL provides a jersey and a hat to each player, as well as shared bats for each team.
Items to be provided by the family:
  • Glove
  • Cleats
  • Pants
  • Socks
  • (Optional): helmet
  • (Optional): bat
***** The league collects lightly used equipment and apparel through the year through donations from our families. The league may be able to help some families, based on availability, with the equipment and apparel needed to participate in one of our baseball or softball programs.
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