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Eligibility, Boundaries and Proof of Residency

Who is eligible to play in Central Loudoun Little League?

CLLL offers baseball various programs from T-Ball through Seniors for boys and girls.  All players of League Age 4-16 desiring to play with CLLL must reside within CLLL's boundaries.

There are two main criteria to meet to be eligible to play in CLLL:

  1. League Age: CLLL is open to players with a League Age of 4 to 16. The League Age for a Little League Baseball player in the Spring season is the actual age of a child on August 31 of the current year.  For the Fall season we use the child's age on August 31 of the  following year.  You can also click here to verify your child's League Age with Little League International using their League Age Calculator.
  2. Residency: CLLL is only open to players living within the CLLL boundaries. Little League sets the criteria for how a player is considered a resident of our boundaries. If either of the player's parents OR a player's court-appointed legal guardian resides within our boundaries, then that player is permitted to play in our league.

 

To determine if you live within the CLLL boundary, click the CLLL Boundary link and follow these steps:

  1. Click on the magnifying glass in the District 16 Boundaries title of the google map and enter your address in the search bar that shows up. 
  2. Click on your address when it shows up in the list.
  3. If you are located within the yellow area, then you are within the CLLL boundary. You can proceed to registration.


For eligibility questions, contact CLLL.
 

When asked, each player must provide proof of residency in CLLL boundaries.

 


Full Text from Little League Intl