The registration for 2022 season has now closed. We are only allowing late registrations for Instructionals at this time. The registration for Instructionals will close on April 8th. If you want to be put on a wait list for any of the other divisions, please, contact the Division Coordinator. Minors Coordinator – Jennifer Wickson (FHLLMinors@gmail.com)…Read More
Foothills Little League is pleased to announce that we will be offering free training for coaches and parents again this year. This training will be for divisions from T-Ball to Seniors. Please consider volunteering to coach this year. Big Al will teach you how to lead a team, run a practice and set up fun…Read More
Foothills Little League is excited to announce that we will be offering a new option for all our young female athletes. We will be forming “All-Girl” teams in the T-Ball, Coach Pitch and Minors “AA” Divisions if there is enough interest. We are also working with some of our neighbouring associations to set up a…Read More
The Foothills Little League Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Steve Hicks was elected as the new President of Foothills Little League at the 2021 AGM. Andrea Orzech has also been elected as the Vice President of Foothills. The Board would like to recognize Andrea’s hard work and dedication as President over the…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
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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.