District 3 and 8 will be co-hosting the Teaching for Tomorrow Coaching Education Clinics with Coach Jesse Sawyer facilitating. The clinics will take place on Sunday, April 19 at William Aberhart High School. Please find information on the clinics in the Coaching Education Clinics flyer.Read More
Foothills Little League is well represented at the 2018 Alberta Summer Games. The Calgary Zone 3 team consists of 4 former Foothills Little League players of the 16 chosen. Congratulations to former Foothills players; Kent Anderson, Kellen Bourne, Carson Tronnes and Jack Wheatley. We know you will represent Zone 3, Foothills Little League and the province…Read More
The Junior Tier 3 championship game between the Foothills Outlaws and Chestermere Cannons took place June 26th, 2018 and was a pitching battle between two well matched, outstanding teams. The game went the full 7 innings and ended into 10-9 nail-biting victory for our Outlaws. Chestermere hosted the game and Foothills won the coin toss…Read More
USAbat Recommendations and Observations from Early Adopters The first bats in conformance with the new USAbat standards went up for sale on September 1, 2017. Since then this site has maintained a database of all USAbat models currently available or expected to be available soon. The list has not grown by much since September. Many of the lighter models…Read More
With the Little League® International Board of Directors formally adopting USA Baseball’s new standard for bat performance testing, Little League International fully supports this program. For more than seventy-five years, Little League has used improvements in science, engineering, and technology to take the sport of baseball to higher levels. By utilizing the most current advancements…Read More
Little League was first chartered in Canada in 1951 and was the first International Little League charter ever granted. Little League Baseball involves more than three million youth worldwide in over 100 countries. It is the largest amateur volunteer sport organization in the world. Visit Little League International for more information.
Volunteers give their time to provide a healthy and wholesome, family oriented activity for the children of their community. Little League Canada has only two full time employees. The managers, coaches, umpires, league administrators, etc. are all volunteers from within the Canadian Community.