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December 9, 2020

Please let us know your player's interest by signing up for the waitlist. Below is an update regarding the current plan for the upcoming Spring season:


November 22, 2020

Your Board of Directors is excited to share that we are working on what we believe to be a viable plan (and a backup plan) that will allow our kids to play ball in the spring! As we waffle back and forth within the color tiers, playing baseball is obviously not going to be solely our decision, but we are going forward with our planning with the expectation that State and local restrictions will be eased by spring and we will therefore be able to provide a baseball opportunity for the kids. 

Our goal for 2021 is to form teams, conduct safe cohort-style practices, and be ready to play games if and when it is safe to do so. Of course, we will follow Little League International's Best Practices for safety during the pandemic, the Center for Disease Control's advice, and Santa Clara County's guidelines regarding the return of youth sports, and while it may be that we cannot gather for actual games, our plan at least has the promise of skills training and exercise, mentoring and coaching, uniforms and team spirit, friendships, laughter, and a boost to the kids' mental health and self-esteem. We are excited about the possibility that we can make it work and we hope you share our optimism.

We anticipate opening on-line registration for the 2021 season during the first week of December. Because of the uncertainties we are all facing, we have adjusted the process to allow you to register your player(s) and defer the payment of registration fees until such time as we are confident that we will have a season of baseball. We are assessing the viability of an on-line residency verification process in the event we are unable to conduct live verification nights. We anticipate keeping registration/verification open through January 2021. We plan to conduct player evaluations by the end of February, either via in-person tryouts or an off-line alternative if we aren't cleared by then. The next step will be the formation of teams and/or cohorts, and our plan is to accomplish that in early March and allow practices until either we are cleared to play games or the season comes to a natural close in early June.

We hope to see our kids back in action in March or April and hope each of you will continue to be a part of our great league!

Happy Thanksgiving,


March 18, 2020

Dear Campbell Little League Families-

As part our desire to be transparent with you on the ever-evolving situation regarding the Coronavirus, we wanted to relay this message to you from Little League International.

Little League International operates more than 6,500 programs in more than 84 countries, and therefore, we recommend that our leagues exercise an abundance of caution and implement a temporary suspension/delay of all league activities until no earlier than May 11.

For more information, please visit their website at

With that said, we will continue to monitor the recommendations of Little League International and the Santa Clara County Health Department as we determine if and when our 2020 season will resume.

In the meantime, please continue to stay patient with us as we determine what our next steps will be.

CLL Board of Directors

March 12, 2020

Campbell Little League COVID-19 Advisory

As many of you know, the CDC (Center for Disease Control) is responding to a global outbreak of the COVID-19 virus. We want to assure you that Campbell Little League committed to ensuring the health and safety of our community, players, and families, and we are closely monitoring and following the guidance from the County of Santa Clara’s Public Health Department as well as state and federal agencies.

Cleanliness is a priority for us, and with the outbreak of COVID-19, we are taking additional measures to provide a safe, sanitary space for our families. Please refer to the information below on what we are doing to keep our space safe and clean, as well as the best-practice suggestions for you to follow to help us in our efforts.

We ask that our Campbell Little League families follow these best practices:

Coaches, parents, and players: please wash your hands for at least 20 seconds prior to and at the conclusion of participating in any practice or games.

•         At the end of practice/games/training: please wash your hands for at least 20 seconds or use hand sanitizer (if available)

•         If you are sick, exhibiting any symptoms of the virus, or know that you have been exposed to the virus, please stay home

•         Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth

•         Avoid close contact with other people

•         If you are a higher risk for serious illness, please do not attend

•         Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, immediately dispose of it in a wastebasket and then wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds

•         Please do not share gum, sunflower seeds, food items, or drinks with other players

•         Players should refrain from sharing helmets, bats, gloves, and catchers gear as much as possible.  Coaches and parents are encouraged to use disinfectant wipes as necessary.  

•         At the conclusion of our games, we encourage players to refrain from giving high fives, but rather to give forearms bumps or tips of the cap to celebrate a good game with the opposing team.

•         Community water jugs will no longer be provided. Please bring your own identifiable water bottle.

Additionally, our Snack Shack is also taking all necessary precautions and following best practices to keep all of our guests safe and healthy.

Campbell Little League appreciates your cooperation and help in maintaining a safe environment for our players.

Campbell Little League Board of Directors

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