Fall Ball Registration

Tri-Cities Little League (TCLL) and Cupertino National Little League (CNLL) will offer a joint Fall Ball program for 2014. Please register as soon as possible, as this greatly helps our planning.

We have the following levels for Fall Ball, where ages are based on birthday as of 04-30-2015 (this is the league-age for the Spring 2015 season): Majors (11-12), Minors (9-10), Farm-AA (7-8, with previous Farm-A experience recommended), and potentially Juniors (13-14) and/or 50/70 Intermediate (13). For Majors, Minors and Farm-AA, the age ranges are guidelines - please enter the level you think your child would play in the spring season, where the coaches may adjust team assignment if needed.

Fall Ball has a very instructional focus, with the purpose to prepare kids for next Spring's season. Fall Ball will start at the end of August and go until the end of October. There will be 1-2 practices during the week and a game on the weekend (either Saturday or Sunday).

Fees for the season will be $100 per player ($10 discount for additional siblings), plus an additional $20 for non-Cupertino/non-TCLL/non-CNLL players (to cover additional field usage fees for non-Cupertino residents). You can finalize registration and pay registration fees in-person at Wilson Park, on Thursday, August 21st, 5:30pm - 7:00pm. We will make other arrangements/add another day as necessary, if for some reason you cannot make this time.

Field Status

Call (408) 777-3566 for field status. Or check the Cupertino Fields Twitter Page

You can get text message updates by texting "follow cupertinofields" to 40404.

The objective of the Cupertino National Little League shall be to implant firmly in the children of the community the ideals of good sportsmanship, honesty, courage, and respect for authority, so that they may be well adjusted, stronger, and happier children and will grow to be good, decent, healthy, and trustworthy citizens.


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    That's the way life is, with a new game every day,
    and that's the way baseball is.
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