Registration FAQ

Updated Thursday March 14, 2019 by Greenwich Village Little League.

When is registration?

Registration for Spring Ball generally opens in late November and runs until March 1. Registration for the baseball Majors division closes earlier than other divisions, in advance of the tryout, which typically takes place on Super Bowl Sunday. Look for e-mails from the League about registration for other programs throughout the year.

How can I register?

Please go here to learn more about divisions of play and the registration process.

  • If your child is a returning player, you can then simply go to the home page, click the big red “Online Registration” button and follow the instructions for registering one or multiple players. Only age-appropriate divisions will be presented and any sibling discounts will be automatically applied. 
  • If your child is a new player, scroll down and 1) determine if you live in the catchment 2) register by going to the home page and clicking on the “Online Registration” button and 3) upload proof of age and residency documents as instructed. Note that you must have a credit card other than American Express or a Paypal account to register online.

Can I register in person?

There is one evening set aside for Spring registration each year. Details are provided at that time. Go here and scroll down to Item 4, “How to Register,” to learn more.

What are the registration fees for GVLL and what form of payment is accepted?

The registration is $275 for T-ball divisions (baseball and softball) and $300 for all other divisions. There is an early bird special of $275 if you register by December 31. A late fee of $50 will be charged to anyone applying after March 1.

You can pay via credit card on Contact the league at if you are unable to pay online.

Are there discounts for siblings?

Sibling discounts are available for 2-4 players of the same family. Each additional family member receives a $25 discount per player and the discount is automatically applied within the registration system.

Does GVLL have a refund policy?

GVLL does not offer refunds on registration fees.

What documents do I need to provide if my child is a new player?

Little League of America rules require that all children provide proof of age and residency in order to play on a Little League of America chartered team.

You must provide proof of your child's age (passport, birth certificate) and proof of residence (cable bill, rent or maintenance charge receipt, utility bill, etc.) that confirms that you reside within the GVLL boundary.


If you go to school in our catchment, you must provide a completed LLoA School Enrollment Form (see website Downloadable Documents)

How do I upload my child’s registration documents?

The gvll website has How To Videos. You’ll first need to scan your documents (or take pictures) and get them on your computer then watch this 49 second video:

Are scholarships available for families needing financial assistance?

Yes. E-mail the League at to inquire about such scholarships.

What do my registration fees pay for?

Your registration fees help to cover the costs of:

  • Uniforms (jersey, baseball pants, heart guard, socks and cap)
  • Team equipment (batting helmets, catcher’s gear, bats, balls and first aid supplies)
  • Professional instruction at the P3 Baseball Facility inside Pier 40, as well as at other outdoor team and division practices
  • Professional umpires for Minors division and above
  • Field permits and field conditioning supplies
  • League charter and insurance
  • Winter workout sessions for children age 9 and older.

Can I register late?

Depending on the division you wish to register for, you may be able to register late. Click the “Contact Us” link at the bottom of the menu on the left-hand side of the home page to email details. GVLL cannot guarantee late registrants will be accepted.

My child wants to try out for baseball Majors. Should I just register him for Majors even though I don't know if he'll make it into that division?  What happens if he doesn't make it?

If your child plans to try out for Majors, choose that division when registering.  If he tries out and isn't drafted onto a team, then he will automatically be assigned to the Minors division.   Once a player is on Majors, he will always make Majors in subsequent seasons from ages 10-12.  Please note all 12-year-olds who want to play in Majors will be drafted to a Majors team.  

Please note: At this time there are no cuts in softball divisions, even for competitive teams.

Once my child is assigned to a team, what is expected of me and my child?

Please refer to the Parent and Player contracts for specific information regarding expectations of you and your child. For a list of equipment you need to provide for your child, please read the equipment section of the FAQ. Your Team Manager will e-mail you with further information regarding your responsibilities prior to the start of the season.