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Your Player's League Age

Little League uses a player's "League Age" for determining play-level eligibility.  League Age is not necessarily your player's actual age.  So, if you want to know, you can find your player's League Age in this chart.

League Levels and Recommended Ages

Your player will be placed on a team as follows:

League Levels based on your player's League Age.

  • T-Ball (ages 4-6).  T-Ball is for players who are new to the game.  Generally, players aged 4-5 will be placed on a t-ball team; players who are 6 years old and have no t-ball experience also will be placed on a t-ball team.  The League works hard to balance teams, but at this level, players are generally placed based on friend requests.
  • Farm A (ages 6-7).  Players who are aged 6-7 and have at least one year of t-ball experience are eligible for Farm A.  These players are strongly encouraged to attend player assessments. At this level, the League does its best to balance teams based on skill level. Friend requests will be honored at the Farm A level, to the extent possible.
  • Farm AA (ages 7-9).  Players at this level must have at least one year of Farm A experience.  These players also must attend player assessments.  Friend requests are less likely to be a consideration at this level.  The League uses scores from player assessments and prior coach feedback to balance teams in Farm AA. 
  • Minors (ages 9-10).  Players in this age group must attend tryouts. Minors players are placed on teams through the draft process, where managers use tryout scores and prior player experience to select players to his or her team.  No friend requests are honored at this level, and players cannot be moved between teams after the draft absent manager agreement and compelling circumstances.  The game is more competitive at this level, and players are expected to attend all practices and games.  
  • Majors (ages 11-12).  Players in this age group must attend tryouts. Majors players are placed on teams through the draft process, where managers use tryout scores and prior player experience to select players to his or her team.  No friend requests are honored at this level, and players cannot be moved between teams after the draft absent manager agreement and compelling circumstances.  The game is more competitive at this level, and players are expected to attend all practices and games.
  • Juniors (ages 13-14). Juniors-aged players' tryouts will be announced after registration. 
  • Seniors (ages 15-16).  The Seniors program begins after high school baseball ends. If you have a player who is interested in playing, please register.  
  • Challenger (all ages). The Challenger Division of Little League was established in 1989 as a separate division of Little League to enable boys and girls with physical and mental challenges, at any age, to enjoy the game of baseball along with the millions of other children who participate in this sport worldwide. Today, more than 30,000 children participate in more than 900 Challenger Divisions worldwide.  
    For more information about Little League International's Challenger Division, including how to get involved, visit the website at: http://www.littleleague.org/media/challenger.htm.  For information about Cupertino Little League's Challenger Division, email [email protected]
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