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Registration Information

Players new to Harlem Little League must set up an account and:
  — Upload a copy of their birth certificate
  — Email a proof of address or school attendance to our player agent, Omar Taveras at [email protected]

Fall registrations utilize the 2022 Little League Age Charts; Spring registrations utilize the 2023 Little League Age Charts. Determine your child's league age here: 2022 Softball-Only Age Chart | 2022 Baseball-Only Age Chart.

Fall 2022 Registration

Interleague Baseball

Harlem Little League offers interleague fall baseball for co-ed players with a baseball league age of 10-12 years old according to the 2022 Baseball-Only Age Chart. Practices will be held in Harlem; most games will be played at the Inwood Little League Field in Inwood Hill Park. Please note: Tryouts are required for fall baseball and will be held the first week of August. The season runs from Labor Day through mid-November, weather permitting. The cost for Fall Baseball is $100.

Fall Skills Clinics

Harlem Little League offers a series of Saturday baseball and softball clinics beginning Saturday, September 17. Clinic is divided by age groups and sport with exact times determined based on availability of coaches, fields, and registration numbers closer to the clinic's opening. Fall Baseball Clinics are offered for co-ed players ages 5-12. A Girls Softball Clinic serves girls ages 9-14. Cost for all Fall Skills Clinics is $50 per player.

Spring 2023 Registration


We will offer softball for girls ages 10-16. Spring 2023 softball utilizes the 2023 age chart. Please note, your daughter's softball league age may be different than her baseball age. Cost for the program will be $100. Please note: Our softball teams participate in interleague play, necessitating travel to other fields throughout Manhattan.

Tee Ball

Co-ed Tee Ball is offered for ages 5-6 years old based on the 2023 age chart. The registration fee is $125. Games and practices are held at Jackie Robinson Park on 153rd and Bradhurst. Tee ballers generally practice once per week and play games on Saturdays. The registration fee covers the cost of your child’s uniform, playing equipment and umpire fees. Families are responsible for purchasing gloves and athletic cups, which are required for boys at games and practices.


All baseball divisions are co-ed. The registration fee is $125 for our Rookie Divisions (ages 7-8) and $150 for our AAA (ages 9-10), Majors (11-12), and Seniors (13-16) Divisions. Spring 2023 registrations are based on the 2023 age chart. The registration fee covers the cost of your child’s uniform, playing equipment and umpire fees. Families are responsible for purchasing gloves and athletic cups, which are required for boys at games and practices. Our home fields are in Harlem; players ages 10 and younger will play only in Harlem. Teams in our Senior Divisions will participate in interleague play necessitating travel to other fields throughout Manhattan. Please note: Our Seniors Division does require a tryout and team placement is not guaranteed.

Residency Requirements

Little League Baseball, Inc. approves Harlem Little League’s boundaries. Players who live or attend school within the area of 110th to 120th Streets from Frederick Douglass Boulevard to Fifth Avenue or 120th to 160th Streets, river to river are eligible. First-time players should check to see if we are your local Little League. To find your neighborhood chartered Little League, please click here.

A player will be considered to reside within our boundaries if:
Parents are living together and residing within the boundaries, OR;
Either of the player’s parents (or his/her court-appointed legal guardian) resides within the boundaries, OR;
A player attends school within our boundaries.

Click here for acceptable proof of age, residency and school attendance.

Financial Aid

No child will be turned away from Harlem Little League because of an inability to pay. Therefore, you should register your child on time and not let a lack of funds stop you from registering.

If your family needs financial assistance for Harlem Little League's Fall 2022 or 2023 Spring Season, please apply for the T-Mobile Call-Up Grant. T-Mobile and Little League share Harlem Little League's belief that every child should have the chance to experience Little League, regardless of their financial or personal situation. The T-Mobile Call-Up Grant  helps supplement Harlem Little League's scholarship funds.

If you do not qualify for the grant, or need assistance beyond what it offers, Harlem Little League offers additional financial assistance. We encourage families to pay at least a portion of the fee for each child. Our fees are kept deliberately low (lower than that of other leagues) in an attempt to make it possible for everyone to play. The actual cost to run this program is about $239 per player. If you need financial assistance, please let us know what amount, if any, you can contribute by clicking on this link to request financial aid. All information will be kept confidential.

Skills Assessments

Skills Assessments for the Spring 2023 season will be held in February. This is NOT a tryout; it's merely an opportunity for our coaches to evaluate a child's skills so that we can best try and balance our team assignments.

Season Schedule

Spring 2023 team assignments will be announced in early March 2023. Practices begin the shortly thereafter, and our annual Opening Day Parade and first games will be played on Saturday, April 1, 2023. The season runs through late June 2023.

Practices are held on at least one weekday afternoon each week; games are held on weekends, with children ages 7+ generally playing both Saturday and Sunday afternoons.

Teams in our Softball, Majors and Seniors Divisions can expect to travel throughout Manhattan to play interleague games for at least a portion of their schedule.

Tournament Teams

Each season, Harlem Little League enters teams in the Little League Baseball Postseason Tournaments. These teams are made up of players ages 9+ who are selected through a tryout process. Extra practices are required and play in the tournament, which begins in late June and extends until teams are eliminated from contention. All tournaments are double-elimination leading up to their respective divisions World Series in August.

Another opportunity for increased playing time comes over the Memorial Day weekend, when Harlem Little League generally participates in a fun, round-robin style tournament with other teams in our district.

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