2023 Fall Ball
2023 spring season registration requirements
- Online registration - contact information for teams and TeamSnap and required agreements
- Registration fee - online registration payment or KidSport Vancouver (if applying for KidSport or similar program register online after requesting a waiver code for the fees from email@example.com)
- Uniform deposit - paid with online registration, refunded to the original credit card after verification of uniform return at end of season
- If requested: proof of medical coverage - copy of child's BC CareCard
- If requested: proof of age - copy of child's birth certificate
- If requested: 3 proofs of residence - copies of utility bills or drivers license (dated or in force between February 1, 2021 to February 1, 2022)
- If requested: School Enrollment Form (if residing out of boundaries and attending school within boundaries)
Players in T-Ball, Rookies, Minors, and Majors must have their primary residence or enrolled school within the league boundaries in South Vancouver or South Burnaby. Please check the league boundaries map for qualification.
Match month (top line) with year of birth. League age and division indicated at right. Or use the league age calculator.
This chart is only for the 2023 baseball season.
Players in Vancouver Battalion Intermediate and Juniors must have their primary residence or enrolled school within the league boundaries of BC District 6 leagues: South Vancouver Little League, Trout Lake Little League, Hastings Little League, New Westminster Little League, or Richmond Little League.
2023 Fall Ball Registration Fees
2023 Season Registration Fees
$0 BlastBall age 4
$180 T-Ball ages 5 & 6
$210 Rookies ages 7 & 8 *
$230 Minors ages 9 & 10 *
$230 Majors ages 11 & 12 *
$300 Juniors Tier 2 ages 13 & 14 *
$625 Juniors Tier 1 ages 13 & 14 *
* plus $50 uniform deposit
Your registration is not confirmed until the Registrar has reviewed eligibility, including proofs of residence within league boundaries and proof of age. You may be contacted if there are questions about eligibility. If the registration is not approved, fees paid will be refunded.
Your receipt will be issued when paying online. No other receipts will be issued.
There is a fully refundable uniform deposit included with registration for divisions issued jerseys. Players provide their own pants.
|Division||Deposit||Deposit For Return Of||No Deposit|
|BlastBall||$0||players keep shirt & hat|
|T-Ball||$0||players keep shirt & hat|
|Rookies||$50||jersey||players keep socks & hat|
|Minors||$50||jersey||players keep socks & hat|
|Majors||$50||jersey||players keep socks & hat|
|Juniors||$50||jersey||players keep socks & hat|
Players are to return spring season uniforms before post-season tournaments or play. Different uniforms will be provided for post-season play.
The deposit will be refunded to the registration payment card after confirmation of the entire team's uniform return, less any outstanding fees.
Players registered in an age division that are subsequently assessed and move to a lower division for safety and player development reasons may qualify for a refund of the difference in the registration costs. Conversely players moved to an older division may need to pay additional registration to match that division's fee, payable before Opening Day.
Refunds for will be processed by the Registrar by completing the registration withdrawal form.
All refunds are subject to the following policies:
- Refunds are paid only after return of any issued uniform and equipment
- Refunds will be refunded to the credit card that paid the fees, or on request by e-Transfer to the person who paid registration
- Fees paid by a third party (i.e. KidSport) will be refunded directly to the third party
Refunds for the regular spring season are subject to the following policies:
- Withdrawal before Opening Day (April 16, 2023): full refund
- Withdrawal on or after Opening Day (April 16, 2023) and up to and including 21 days after Opening Day (May 7, 2023): 50% refund
- Withdrawal after 21 days from Opening Day (May 7, 2023): no refund
- Refund from division change: difference of registration fees as of the date originally paid
Refunds for Fall Ball, tournaments such as All-Stars and Selects, and other activities are subject to the following policies:
- Withdrawal before first scheduled game (including exhibition games): full refund
- Withdrawal after first scheduled game (including exhibition games): no refund
South Vancouver’s home diamonds are at Memorial South Park, at the corner of 41st Avenue and Ross Street in Vancouver.
Little League season officially opens mid-April and closes mid-June. We form teams in March and most coaches will have had a practice or two before the season begins. We evaluate players in late February so that coaches can assess the skill level and distribute players evenly between teams, ensuring that teams are fairly matched.
SVLL provides players with team uniforms and baseball bats to use during games. All players will need to supply their own baseball pants. Players will need a batting helmet, glove (leather, not vinyl – you can find a good, affordable selection at most sports stores) and a jock or a jill (athletic protection). Baseball cleats are strongly recommended for Minors, Majors, and Juniors. Note that soccer cleats cannot be used for safety reasons.
Tournaments with other leagues are at no additional fee to players, except for All-Stars and Selects. Some examples of these tournaments from previous years are on the Tournaments page.
A player must have played regular season with SVLL and meet all age and residency requirements. Players who are selected for All-Stars or Selects will be charged an additional fee to be determined during the season.
Uniform deposits are returned after confirmation of uniform return from the end of season. A credit will automatically be issued within 30 days to the credit card used to pay for registration, or by etransfer to the registration payee should the credit not process. The amount is the full deposit paid, less any unpaid fees.
BlastBall, T-Ball, and Rookies play against SVLL teams during the season. Rookies may play in tournaments during the season that are held at other leagues in the Vancouver area. Minors and Majors participate in home and away interlock games with Hastings, Trout Lake, Richmond, and New Westminster Little Leagues, as well as tournaments. Juniors play interlock games and tournaments with other districts.
BlastBall games are held once a week, typically on Saturdays. Rookies play 1-2 games per week on weekends. Minors, Majors, and Juniors play 2-3 games per week.
There are no practices for BlastBall. T-Ball and Rookies will hold 1-2 practices per week. Minors and Majors and Juniors will hold 2-3 practices per week.
Little League baseball is a team sport and so a player’s schedule will vary. Teams play a predetermined schedule of games which will be on the web site. Each team coach organizes their own practice schedules. If a child cannot regularly make games or practices due to other regular commitments, where possible before the season start they may be moved to a team with a more suitable schedule.
We welcome all children between the ages of 4 and 12 during the season who live or attend school within the SVLL boundaries.
We welcome all players between the ages of 13 and 14 during the season who live or attend school within the boundaries of a District 6 league (South Vancouver, Trout Lake, Hastings, New Westminster, Richmond).
South Vancouver Little League (SVLL) is a volunteer-run non-profit baseball league for boys and girls ages 4-14. Children are placed on teams of about 12 children (fewer for BlastBall) and given the opportunity to develop and practice baseball skills and play games with our teams in the league and division.
South Vancouver Little League (SVLL) hosts the Battalion senior division baseball for District 6 players aged 13-14 (Intermediate and Juniors).