Register by March 1 to guarantee your child a roster spot & avoid a $20 late fee

Late Registration – Please do WMLL & yourself a favor & register on time!

In 2020, WMLL is introducing a $20 late registration fee to encourage on-time reservation & defray the resource costs created by late registrations.  Late registrations significantly delay & disrupt the formation of leagues & teams, the creation & release of schedules, & uniform orders.  Late registrations can also result in larger than desired rosters & the need to turn players away – both undesirable outcomes that can be easily prevented via on-time registration.

The late registration fee will be activated on Monday, March 2.  The regular registration period ends on Sunday, March 1, which is also the last day to register with the guarantee of a roster spot on a team.

WMLL will attempt to accommodate everyone, but late registrants can be placed on a team only if space is available. Each league has a separate maximum capacity.  Once leagues are full, late registrants may choose to be placed on a waiting list in the order their registrations were received (for a $5 non-refundable processing fee).

If you have any questions about WMLL or the 2020 spring/summer season, please review the information HERE first, then email Brian Beutter, WMLL’s executive director, at brian.beutter@gmail.com.

If you have questions about the registration process, please check the information HERE first, then email Kraig Bodie, WMLL’s registrar, at registrar@wmll.org.

Click HERE to go to WMLL’s online registration system

*Please note that during registration you will only be able to register your child into the standard Little League age-appropriate league (see www.wmll.org/leagues). If you want to discuss special placement in a league above or below your child’s age-based league, email your child’s name & the special league request to Kraig Bodie, WMLL’s registrar, at registrar@wmll.org after completing registration. A WMLL official will then contact you to discuss your request. WMLL believes that in most cases it is best for players to play in the standard Little League age-appropriate league & may refuse special league placement requests for safety, competitive balance and/or Little League compliance reasons.