2016 Little League Registration!

City of Rochester Spring Baseball/Softball/Tee Ball Leagues

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No Matter Where You Live in the City, We Have a Little League Program for YOU!

For over 75 years, Little League has established a proud, rich history in the hearts and minds of generations of Little Leaguers. Since its founding in 1939, Little League has provided a wholesome baseball and softball experience for our youth that teaches them the ideals of fair play, sportsmanship, and teamwork.


Little League promotes a healthy balance of community-based activities and offers programs and divisions of play that serve boys and girls, ages 4 to 18. Everyone gets to play and participate, regardless of skill level or experience. There are no "tryouts" or "cuts". By espousing the virtues of character, courage, and loyalty, the Little League Baseball and Softball program is designed to develop superior citizens rather than stellar athletes.


By choosing a Little League program for your child, you are assured of the quality and values of their experience.

Genesee Valley Little League

Based in Rochester's 19th Ward, Genesee Valley Little League serves youth and families in the City of Rochester areas west of the Genesee River. Registration is available online at www.gvlittleleague.org

Southside Little League

Southside Little League's region covers the City of Rochester areas east of the Genesee River and south of East Avenue. Additionally, any children who attend schools in the region of Southside Little League are also welcome to sign up, including School #1, #12, #15, #23, #35, and Genesee Community Charter School as well as students attending Monroe Middle School. Registration is available online at www.southsidelittleleague.com

Eastside Little League

Eastside Little League's region covers the City of Rochester areas east of the Genesee River and north of East Avenue.


Registration details available online at www.eastside-littleleague.com

Rochester Youth Baseball Coalition

The mission of the Rochester Youth Baseball Coalition is to build our community through baseball by increasing participation in high-quality, organized youth baseball and softball programs. Our goal is is to increase participation among youth in high-quality, organized youth baseball programs from 893 children in 2012 to 1,600 children in 2020.