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Calgary Foothills Little League

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Learn More About Our Organization

Foothills Little League (FHLL) endeavors to provide a safe, fun, and inclusive combination of recreation and competition for players ages 4-16 through regular season play among local teams.  The regular season runs from April to June with a focus on skill development, equality and most importantly, fun. FHLL is a member of Little League Alberta District 3.

For those players whose skills are more advanced and who wish to play a more competitive season of baseball, the Little League All Star program continues into July and early August.  All Star teams are chosen based on an evaluation process and continue the focus on skill development and fun, but with a greater emphasis on player positional play and team success.

Registration for 2018 opens in January

Objectives & Expected Level Of Play By Division

Instructional 1

(Baseball Age 4 and 5) This division will play Tues/Thurs nights 6:30 - 7:30 and will be a combination of T-Ball and Coach Pitch as individual skill progresses.  Focus is on fun and skill development!

Diamond Locations for both Instructional 1 and Instructional 2 (click on name to display map)

Buchanan School

Capital Hill

Cathedral

Banff Trail Park  

 

Instructional 2

(Baseball Age 6 and 7) This division will play Mon/Wed nights 6:30 - 7:30 and is Coach Pitch.

Diamond Locations for both Instructional 1 and Instructional 2 (click on name to display map)

Buchanan School

Capital Hill

Cathedral

Banff Trail Park 

Minors

(Baseball Age 8 - 10) Games are Tues/Thurs at 6:30.  This division has kids pitching and full baseball rules, scoring and games. Teams will play an in-league round robin. Players should also expect at least one and sometimes two practices per week, as determined by the coach and a 70% time commitment is required for games and practices. We do our best to keep these practices on a regular schedule and they will take place at the same diamond locations as games.

*11 yr. olds may play in this division instead of moving up to the more competitive Majors divisions.  

Diamond Locations for Minors (click on name to display map) 

Parkdale Community Centre

Parkdale Helicopter Playground

Renfrew

Majors/Nationals

(Baseball Age 11 and 12) Historically, this division has been tiered with the top percentage of players evaluated placed on Majors teams and the rest placed on Nationals teams.  Players will be assigned to either a Majors or Nationals team after skill evaluations are completed.

Game nights vary based on interlock schedule vs. teams throughout north Calgary and Airdrie.  Players should also expect at least one and sometimes two practices per week, as determined by the coach and a 70% time commitment is required for games and practices.

Home Diamond Locations for both Majors/Nationals (click on name to display map)

John Laurie

Confederation Park

Rosemount

Intermediate/Juniors

(Baseball Age 13 and 14) Game nights vary based on interlock schedule vs. teams throughout north Calgary and Airdrie.  Teams are placed in Tier 1 or Tier 2 and play on 90 foot base pads. Previously the Tier 2 teams played on 80 foot base pads, but it has been determined that all Junior players will now play on 90 foot base pads. Many leagues do not have a diamond with 90 foot base pads, in which case teams will play on 80 foot base pads. Practice nights are coach scheduled.

Diamond Locations for Juniors (click on name to display map)

Triwood

Highwood

Seniors

(Baseball Age 15 and 16) Game nights vary based on interlock schedule vs. teams throughout north Calgary and Airdrie. Practice nights are coach scheduled.

Diamond Locations for Seniors (click on name to display map)

St. Andrews

Highwood

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Contact Info

Calgary Foothills Little League