EVERYTHING YOU WANTED TO KNOW BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK
We want to play and hope to be able to offer baseball to our community in a few weeks. Everything we do will be allowable under current local guidelines and prudent according to common sense. We are committed to creating a great and safe experience for players at all levels.
The FAQs below represent our plans as of June 26, 2020; we will evolve this as we approach Opening Day.
What is the timeline for the fall season?
The season will run August 8-October 10.
What is the time commitment for the fall season?
Teams will begin practice August 8, and will practice 1-3 times a week until Opening Day, August 22. We know families may have other plans in August, so attend practices when you can!
During the season, you can expect 1 practice and 2 games, most weeks. The regular season ends October 3 and Championship Saturday is October 10.
My child was registered in the Spring. What do I do to register him/her for the fall?
Double A, Triple A, and Majors players can expect to hear from their Managers, asking if they plan to play this fall. All you need to do is respond to that message, indicating whether or not you want to participate. From there we will finalize teams and schedules. You will hear more from the League and your team’s Manager in July.
Single A and Tee Ball players, we will have a season for you as well! We are finalizing the schedule and rosters, please sit tight and we will be in touch soon.
My child was NOT registered for the Spring, but now we want to play. Is it possible?
Absolutely! Go to www.register.fckll.org beginning July 1. Registration for our upcoming season is open for all levels through July 17.
My child was registered for a certain level in the Spring but would have played a higher level in the fall.
Because we are “lifting and shifting” Spring to Fall, and all players missed months of development this Spring, all players will remain on their Spring teams. Players at the high end of ability at each level may anticipate being “called up” to a higher level for one or more games this season.
We asked for a refund but now we want to play in the fall.
We are glad you want to play this fall! If you are in a position to do so, we hope you will re-pay the Spring registration fees that were refunded to you. More info will be coming about how to re-pay those fees. Scholarships are available, so if you would like to play without returning the refund, please contact
We didn’t yet ask for a refund but now we want one.
We are 100% volunteer run and not-for-profit, so registration fees pay for fields, equipment, and more. If you not playing and are in a position to turn your Spring registration fee into a donation to the league, we’d be happy to provide you with a receipt for your donation. If you are not playing and want a refund, contact
How can my family help the League?
We have many open Board positions and are always looking for coaches -- no experience required. Please email email@example.com (and/or scroll down to an earlier post) to see our areas of greatest need.
Naturally, our enhanced safety protocols will result in new expenditures for the League (equipment, disinfectant, etc.). We would greatly appeciate your tax-deductible donation. It's as easy as clicking "Donate" in the left navigation bar. Thanks in advance!
We want to play but we are worried about COVID. What is the League doing to keep my child safe?
We are gathering info from the CDC, State and Local Authorities, Little League International, and other leagues to put together the best possible safety plan. We anticipate spacing between players, no shared equipment, frequent hand sanitizer, no high fives, and much more. We will need volunteers on every team to assist us with this. A much more complete plan will be shared prior to the start of the season.
The League is focused on setting ourselves up for an outstanding fall season that is safe and rewarding for all players. We are a 100% volunteer-run not-for-profit, and we need your help to make it all happen. Various Board positions will be open (usually for two year terms) beginning in September.
These include President, COVID Response Coordinator, Coaching Coordinator, Assistant Treasurer, Assistant Player Agent, Assistant Secretary, Challenger Program Assistant, managers, team parents, snack bar helpers (if and when we can open our snack bar), and more! Think of all the glory that could be yours, as the next FCKLL President!
Officer slates are typically finalized in August with a vote in September. If you would like more info about any of these positions, please reach out to
We are very grateful for the local businesses that support us and help keep costs down for our players and families. Please take a look at the Sponsors list (link in left bar), and consider giving back to these organizations that generously give to us!
Click the "Virtual Training" tab above, to see A BAKER'S DOZEN great, short training videos. These are a gift to us from FCKLL Alumni Jack and Peter Villa, and other members of the George Mason High School baseball team.
All young people should have the opportunity to play sports -- regardless of ability to pay.
FCKLL is proud of our long history of offering scholarships to players who need financial assistance. Interested in registering? Or have you already registered and are interested in applying for a scholarship? Contact
today! We want you on our team!