Foothills Little League is looking to train some new umpires. Candidates must be 12 or older with some previous baseball experience – we will provide training and gear, and once you have completed your training, you will be paid to umpire games. Parents, siblings, friends and players are all welcome to apply. If you are…Read More
Please, complete all in-progress registrations by Friday April 23, 2021. We are hopeful that in a few weeks we will be able to move forward again and start the season. Completing registration will help us to better understand which families and players are still interested in participating in baseball this season. Please, also review the…Read More
MLB and USA Baseball are hosting a virtual version of their annual Trailblazer Series girls baseball program April 12th-14th! This digital series, which is free for all participants, will feature special guest speakers, skills-based instruction, and other engaging activities. Additional details and registration information are provided below. Event Dates: April 12, 2021 – April 14,…Read More
Tuesday & Thursday nights at 8pm. Beginning April 6th and running for the month of April. Free to anyone who registers. Held virtually on the LLAB website: LLAB Coaching DevelopmentRead More
Foothills Little League is entirely run by volunteers. There are number of positions on the Executive Committee that are currently open and need to be filled in order to be able to run a season in 2021. Vice President Equipment Coordinator Evaluations Coordinators (Minors & Majors) Instructional Division Coordinator Juniors/Seniors Coordinator Registrar The roles require…Read More
All parents who register their players for baseball will be required to sign the COVID-19 Waiver. Players will not be eligible to play if the waiver is not signed. You will be asked to complete the waiver during registration. You can review the waiver here: FHLL COVID-19 WaiverRead 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.