Community Park Little League has been providing affordable baseball for kids (T Ball through senior) in North Edmonton and surrounding areas for over 30 years. Join us this season to see why Community Park Little League's Pirates Baseball is the best youth baseball league in the North Edmonton area.
Jumpstart funding can be used to pay registration costs for families that are eligible.
See eligibility and apply here:
Please ensure you reside in Community Park's boundaries before registering.
See the boundaries page for more information.
The Age Determination Date for a Little League Baseball player is the actual age of a child on August 31 of the playing year.
Unsure of your player's league age? Use the Little League age calculator to find out.
Playing days listed are for house league. Elite, and eventually all star, teams may play on different days. Junior and Senior teams may play interleague (against other leagues) and playing days will depend on scheduling with the participating leagues. The regular season is scheduled to run from the start of May to the end of June.
For more program information please see the Program page.
Casino Volunteers required for Friday Oct 20th, and Saturday Oct 21st
Grand Villa Casino (10204 104 Ave)
$50.00 voucher for CHIP RUNNER
$100.00 voucher for BANKER
$150.00 voucher for GENERAL MANAGER
VOUCHERS TO BE USED FOR YOUR 2024 SEASON
Questions? email Casino Coordinator: Leanneb52@hotmail.com
Anyone looking to work their volunteer shift, we have a few for this weekend at the minor tournament. You need to be logged in with the account used to register your player.
Hello ball players, coaches, and parents
It is no secret that Alberta is currently experiencing an unusually high number of wildfires and that is having a dramatic impact on our air quality. Edmonton Little League District 2 has implemented air quality rules designed to protect the health and safety of our baseball community. District 2 interleague outdoor baseball games cannot proceed if the air quality index for the Edmonton region is seven (7) or higher using the following Government of Canada website as the source.
If the air quality index is 7 or higher two (2) hours before game time the games will be postponed. If the air quality is initially six (6) or below but then increases to seven (7) or higher the game must be stopped.
The Little League Northern Girls "We Got Game" Jamboree including a special Breast Cancer Fundraiser is an event where girls locally and from afar will come together as individuals to improve their baseball/softball skills, meet girls from their area or other locations, build friendships, have fun, and play ball! Our goal is to spread the word about girls’ playing baseball or softball together, provide a fun and safe playing environment and give girls an opportunity to play with other girls. This will also give them a chance to be involved with helping a cause “Breast Cancer Society” and the importance of giving as well.
The Little League Northern Girls "We Got Game' Jamboree and Breast Cancer Fundraiser will be held in Calgary, Alberta on June 9-11.