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SPRING 2015 OPENING DAY 

Saturday March 28th at Lafayette Elementary.  Details to follow.

 

 

SPRING 2015 REGISTRATION

SOFTBALL REMAINS OPEN

NATIONAL DIVISION BASEBALL HAS BEEN CLOSED AS IT HAS REACHED FULL CAPACITY.

Registration for the Spring 2015 is closed, except for all Softball divisions.  Questions regarding other divisionS can be emailed to capcitylittleleague@gmail.com.

To register for Softball, click below. 

REGISTER HERE

  

 

 


 

 

 

 

ABOUT CAPITOL CITY LITTLE LEAGUE

Capitol City Little League has been serving the Washington, D.C. area since 1986.

The organization is run completely by volunteer support and has a long history of parents working closely with the league to introduce and teach baseball and softball to our children.  Each season, more than 500 children participate in CCLL.

Capitol City Little League has Spring and Fall recreation leagues with 7 baseball divisions with teams of co-ed kids from 5 to 14 years old, and 4 divisions for girls softball for girls ages 5 to 14 years. 

Programs are open to children and teenagers who reside, or attend school, within specific boundaries in Northwest Washington.


Boundaries:  Boundaries extend from intersection of Western Avenue and Rock Creek Park, West along Western Avenue to its intersection with River Road; South along River Road to its intersection with Wisconsin Avenue; South along Wisconsin Avenue to its intersection with Porter Street; East along Porter Street its intersection with Rock Creek; North along Rock Creek to its intersection with Military Road; East along Military Road; continuing East along Missouri Avenue to its intersection with Georgia Avenue; North along Georgia Avenue to its intersection with Eastern Avenue; Northwest along the DC-Maryland border to the northernmost point of Washington DC; Southwest along the DC-Maryland border to the intersection of Western Avenue and Rock Creek Park.

Our league focuses on both teaching fundamentals and having FUN!


SPRING 2015 SCHEDULE

Opening Day Weekend will be March 28th.  

The Majors Division anticipates beginning games the weekend prior to Opening Day.  The season is expected to run through May 31st with Playoffs completing by June 7th.

All other Divisions anticipate games beginning on Opening Day Weekend.  The season is expected to run through June 7th with Playoffs completing by June 14th.

All game and practice schedules will be finalized after the closing of registration.