2024 Summer Ball Details!


Each team will be comprised of 12 - 14 players, selection will be based on tryout results.  There will typically be 12 full time players and up to 2 part time players depending on full time player availability.

The cost for Summer Ball is as follows:

Minors and Majors - $325 full time, $200 part time. This fee covers entry fees, practice diamonds, registration, hat and summer ball jersey.

Juniors/Seniors - $325 full time, $200 part time. This fee covers entry fees, practice diamonds, registration, hat and summer ball jersey.

The number of teams we form will be determined by the number of players that register.  Last year we formed two Majors Teams and two Minors Teams. This year we would like to also form Juniors and Seniors teams if there is enough interest.   We will try our best to place all kids on a team but not every player who tries out will make a team.  If your child does not make a team, your entire Registration fee will be fully refunded.

Please note that all players need to supply their own white pants, red belt and red socks if they wear knicker style pants.



This years All-Star Summer Ball season will run from June 21 to August 5th.  Games will be played on the following weekends:

Preliminary Seeding Weekends (Team must play a minimum of 2 of the 3 weekends)

June 21-23 Weekend

June 28-30 Weekend

July 5-7 Weekend

Regular Summer Ball Season Weekends (Team must play a minimum of 2 of the 3 weekends)

July 12-13 Weekend

July 19-21 Weekend

July 26-28 Weekend

Championship Weekends

August 1-5 Weekend

There is a strong possibility that your team will be required to travel within Alberta (Lethbridge, Medicine Hat or Edmonton) one or two weekends.  All travel costs are additional and the responsibility of each player and their family. Travel is a REQUIREMENT as part of the Summer Ball Program - location depends on Tournament Host Sites and will be determined at a later date (as Associations form teams).

If we form more than 1 team per age group these teams will NOT BE parity teams, but rather slotted in different divisions (AAA, AA, A) based upon skill.

Practices will occur during the week - and will differ in numbers based upon each teams needs, desires and diamond availability.  You can expect 2-3 practices during the week.


Any player may try out for any All-Star team for which they are eligible to play based on their age and residence eligibility requirements. Depending on the number of players trying out, not all players may make a team.  If this is the case, the registration fee will be refunded.  You must have played Regular Season in Little League and participated in a MINIMUM of 8 Games.

For All-Star team selection, you must play on a league team, live or attend school within the Foothills Little League boundaries and be of legal age for your division based upon this age chart.



All coaches will need to fill out a LITTLE-LEAGUE-CANADA-VOLUNTEER-APPLICATION before they can be selected as a coach, this is mandatory.  Volunteer forms need to be emailed to our Safety Coordinator.


FHLL Majors AA



The following Calgary communities are within our boundaries. A child must reside or go to school in one of these communities to register with Foothills Little League. 

You only need to fill out the School Enrolment form if your child lives out of boundaries and goes to school within boundaries.


Banff Trail
Briar Hill
Cambrian Heights
Capitol Hill
Crescent Heights
Foothills Estates
Highland Park
Hounsfield Heights
Mount Pleasant
North Haven
Pleasant Heights
Point McKay
Regal Terrace
St.George's Heights
Thorncliffe Heights
West Hillhurst
Winston Heights

Calgary and Area Little League Association Boundaries

If you do not reside in the above areas a map showing the other little league association boundaries is available by clicking on the button to the right.

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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.

Contact Info

Calgary Foothills Little League