FCLL intends to offer a "T-Ball" Division for the 2021 Spring House League Season.  Below is information on the "T-Ball" Division we intend to offer.  Based on AHS Guidelines, FCLL may have to adjust the program offering.


What are some of the known and potential impacts of Covid-19?

  • All FCLL Programs will adhere to the League’s Safety Plan and Communicable Disease Transmission Prevention Guidelines, which may be updated periodically to reflect the most current municipal, provincial and/or federal guidelines.
  • Team sizes and number of teams in each cohort are subject to change.
  • All coaches, volunteers and non-participating athletes will be required to wear a mask.
  • For information on our Cancellation & Refund Policy due to Covid, please CLICK HERE.


What Baseball Ages play T-Ball?

  • Ages 4-6


How do I determine my child's Baseball Age?
  • The league age determination date is the age a player has attained as of a specific date (August 31st of the current year), for the purpose of placing the player in a particular Division.  As of 2021 the date in Divisions of Little League Baseball is as follows:




What is T-Ball all about?

  • It is a game allowing the younger players a chance to experience the great game for the first time.  The kids are introduced and taught the basics in a very safe and fun environment.  There is no pitching in a T-Ball game, the Coach places the ball on a Tee at home plate for the batter to hit.  It’s a great introduction to the sport of baseball.


What is the cost of T-Ball?

  • The cost is $165.


When does the season start?

  • The season starts at the end of April and runs through to the end of June (typically 8-9 weeks).


How often do they play?

  • T-Ball will play 2 days per week.
  • Each registrant will be offered the option of playing Mondays/Wednesdays or Tuesdays/Thursdays (subject to availability, we will make best efforts but no guarantees).
  • There is a possibility of Friday night, Saturday or Sunday games (due to weather and games being cancelled).


What times do they play?

  • T-Ball games start at 6:30pm and are about an hour and fifteen minutes long.


What are the diamond locations?


What equipment is included in the registration fees?  What equipment do the parents/guardians need to provide?

  • Fish Creek Little League will supply a baseball cap for each player to keep at the end of the season, this is included in the registration fee.
  • Fish Creek Little League will supply each team a set of jerseys, batting helmets and bats for the season.  It is strongly encouraged that each player should have their own batting helmet (for hygiene purposes).
  • Each player will be expected to have white baseball pants, their own ball glove and athletic cup/jill.


What if I can’t afford the registration fees?

  • Under the Little League charter, no child may be excluded from play based on inability to pay.
  • Subsidies are available through an application on Kidsport:  www.kidsport.ca
  • For further assistance with this, please contact the Fish Creek Little League Treasurer at:  treasurer@fcll.ca.


When does registration open?


When does registration close?

  • Online Registration for the 2021 Season will close on April 1st (this will be subject to space/availability).
  • Any late registrations will be placed on a waiting list and space permitting, will be subject to a $50 late registration/administration fee.


What is the refund policy?

  • Withdraw on or prior to April 1st:  Full Refund.
  • Withdraw after April 1st:  Registration fees less a $25 administration fee will be refunded.
  • Withdraw after first game played:  No Refunds.


How many players on a team?

  • T-Ball teams will typically have between 7-9 players per team.


I registered and I haven’t heard anything yet – what’s happening?

  • Once the registration information is collected and entered in the database, reports for each Division are prepared for the various Division Directors.
  • The number of teams is then determined and Managers and/or Coaches are assigned to each team, then players are assigned or drafted to the teams.
  • There is a Coaches Meeting (to review rules, events, etc) with the Division Directors.
  • The Managers and Coaches for each team receive the team roster and are then in a position to start contacting parents.
  • Often, the Managers and Coaches will organize a parent meeting before the season starts. Practices can then commence.
  • If you have any questions about this process, please contact the applicable Division Director (can be found under About Us at: http://www.fcll.ca/board-members/).


I want to coach or volunteer, how do I go about doing this?

  • Please indicate on your child’s registration that you would like to coach or volunteer.
  • To apply to coach or volunteer please complete the steps required in our Coach Registration which can be found at:  https://www.fcll.ca/2021-coach-registration/
  • You can also email your interest to the Safety Officer at:  safety@fcll.ca.


Should you not be able to locate an answer to your questions please do not hesitate to contact our Registrar at:  registrar@fcll.ca.


NOTE: This information is specific to our league and may change at any time.