Can I register my player after the season has already started?
Once registration closes, a waitlist will be maintained. If space becomes available we will contact parents to complete the registration process.
Can I request that my child play with his friends, favorite coach or neighbors so we can carpool?
No. CHLL does not accept parent or coach requests for team assignments. All of our Single-A and Double-A teams are built as a joint effort between division commissioners, managers, coaches and board members. Teams will always comprise of playewrs from different schools, ages and backgrounds that are representative of our entire CHLL community. However, we understand there may be extenuating circumstances that arise, in which case you should contact the CHLL Player Agent (firstname.lastname@example.org). We will do our best to work with families to address specific needs.
I’m not sure what division my child should be in. Can you clarify?
Baseball “League Age” = Age as of August 31 (except for those born before August 31, 2005, who are grandfathered in at the April 30 cutoff date). View the League Age Chart to determine the age appropriate division for your player.
My child has not yet reached League Age (e.g. 5 years old). Can he or she play in the league?
No, unfortunately your child will not make our age cut-off to play with Capitol Hill Little League this year. However, your child may be eligible to play tee-ball with Sports on the Hill. Please check their website for more information for their program for four-year olds.
How much does registration cost?
The registration fee for CHLL is $125 per child, and $100 for each sibling.
Are scholarships available for CHLL players?
Yes, CHLL has scholarships available for families who have financial hardship. If you are interested in a CHLL scholarship for your player, please contact CHLL.
When are practices and games?
A, AA - Teams practice one weeknight per week and play games every Saturday
AAA & Majors - Teams practice one weeknight per week and play games Saturday and one weekday game (night TBD)
Juniors & Softball - Teams practice one weeknight per week and play games Sunday
I think my child could play at a division higher than his/her league age. How do I make this happen?
CHLL policy is for children to play at the division of their age. There is no annual tryout for early advancement to the next division, and parents cannot request that their child playup to a higher division than their age would dictate. If you have any questions about this policy, contact a division commissioner for details.