MINIMUM AGE REQUIREMENT
Your child must turn 4 years of age on or before December 31, 2019 in order to register for the regular Spring season.
The Spring season typically starts the end of March and runs through mid-June.
The Fall season typically starts in mid September and runs through the end of October.
Each team plays 12 to 15 games per season.(8 games for Fall season)
Games played during the week generally start at 6:00 PM.
Games played on Saturday will be generally scheduled at times ranging from 10 AM to 5 PM. Game length is typically 1 hour 15 minutes.
Practice occurs one weekday and one weekend for three to four weeks prior to the season with some practices during the season.
CLL provides a jersey, pants, socks and visor. Jerseys have names and numbers.
Rubber cleats are optional.
Each Tball player will need a glove, helemt and a hat. CLL does have equipment for players to use for those that do not want to purchase.
T-Ball - FAQ’S
Q: Do you keep score and are there umpires?
A: No. The T-Ball league is structured to teach the very basic fundamentals of softball only. The games are self umpired by the volunteer managers and coaches.
Q: Can I Manage or coach a team?
A: Yes, if positions are available. Prospective managers must complete a Chesterfield County Background Check. If you would like to serve as a coach, then please note that on your child's spring online registration. All managers and coaches must be approved by the Chesterfield Little League Board of Directors.
Q: What kind of softball is used?
A: A soft core 10" Softball is used to prevent injury and provide for a good learning experience.
Q: Will my child get to play all the time?
A: No, not all the time, but no player sits twice until all have sit once.
Q: What are the volunteer requirements?
A: CLL is an all volunteer organization so there are many ways to volunteer. Help is always needed with registration, team parenting, assisting with picture and opening night activities, helping with post-season tournaments, and working in the concession stand to name just a few of the many ways to help support CLL