Serra Mesa Little League

  • Spring 2020 Registration

    Posted November 8, 2019

    Registration for Spring 2020 season is now open online.  Go to Online Registration to sign up.  Players must be 4 years old by August 31, 2020 and live in Serra Mesa LIttle League boundaries.  We have the following divisions available.  Your league age is determined as your age on August 31, 2020.

    TBall - 4 and 5 year olds

    Rookie - 5 and 6 years olds, must have played 1 season of TBall

    Caps - 7 and 8 year olds

    Minors - 9 and 10 year olds

    Majors - 11 and 12 year olds

    Juniors - 13 and 14 year olds

    A waiver may be required to play in a division different than your age as of August 31, 2020.  Proof of residency is required per Little League guidelines.  Contact us for more information.

    Opening Day is March 7, 2020.  Assessments (for Caps, Minors, Majors and Juniors only) are January 18 and 25 and Team Announcements will be February 8, 2020.


Upcoming Events

Sponsors are always needed to support our players this season! Here are details for our sponsor opportunities.

Registration for Spring 2020 baseball is open! See flyer for more info.

January 2-3 - Winter baseball camp at Serra High. See flyer for more info.

January 18 - Assessments for Caps, Minors and Majors

January 19 - District 33 Coach clinic at Serra High. See flyer for more info.

January 25 - Assessments for Caps, Minors and Majors

February 1 - SMLL umpire clinic. See flyer for more info.

February 8 - Cap Day

February 16 - District 33 Umpire Clinic

February 19 - Rules clinic

February 22 - Coach and safety clinic at SMLL

March 8 - Opening Day Spring Season

March 13 - 15 - Dupont Tournament

March 27 - 29 - CBI in San Bernardino

April 16 - 19 - Juniors Tournament

May 29 - Little League Day at Petco Park vs Marlins

    If you have questions or problems, please read our Troubleshooting Guide.
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    Mission Statement

    The mission of Serra Mesa Little League is to be an outstanding community organization that creates a culture where kids love playing the game of baseball. Essential to that culture is a commitment from all involved (players, coaches, parents, officials and fans) to respect our goals, our community, and our love for the game.

    Our goals are:

    • To help players develop baseball skills and a greater understanding of the game;
    • To instill a respect for the game and all who are involved;
    • To foster an environment of healthy athletic competition;
    • To promote and develop the values of respect, teamwork, sportsmanship, courage, effort and commitment, which will help our players succeed throughout their lives.
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