Key Dates

Cap City offers fall and spring seasons. The fall season focuses on development. Players generally move-up to new divisions in the fall season. Teams formed in the fall season generally stay together at the same division level for the spring season. The spring season is more competitive and ends with play-offs.

November 28: Registration for Spring 2023 opens

December 31: End of early bird rates ($25 off fee)

February 6: Registration ends/waitlist opens

March 20: Waitlist closes

Mid-March: Team rosters and schedules will be posted in TeamSnap. Check TeamSnap for your player's schedule

Mid-March: AAA, Majors, and 12U softball start practices and games

Weekend of April 1: First games for National Division (tee ball), Single A, AA, Juniors, and all other Softball divisions

Early/mid June: Season ends

Before you register, determine your player's eligibility and division.

Eligibility. Make sure your player is eligible to play with Cap City. Check eligibility here.

Division. Players are assigned to divisions based on league age (see charts below). Based on your player's league age, they may be eligible to play in more than one division. Find out more about our baseball divisions (co-ed) here and our softball divisions (girls-only) here.

Friend and Team Requests

For the National, A, and AA Baseball Divisions and all Softball divisions, friend and team requests may be submitted for each player through the TEAM AND OTHER SPECIAL REQUESTS field in the registration portal. Teams in these divisions are rostered by division commissioners (Cap City volunteers). Cap City will try but does not guarantee that all friend/team requests will be honored.

Registration Fees by Division

Register early to save $25 off the fee.

  • National: $125
  • A: $160
  • AA: $210
  • AAA: $210
  • Majors: $210
  • Juniors: $235

  • Rising Stars Softball: $100
  • A Softball: $135
  • Minors Softball: $135
  • Majors Softball: $135
  • Juniors Softball: $160

Covered by Registration Fee

  • Uniforms: jersey & hat (courtesy of the Washington Nationals' TeamUp program)
  • Team gear: baseballs, tees, catcher's equipment, bats, batting helmets, first aid kits, etc.
  • Required trainings for coaches, including positive coaching alliance
  • Background checks of adult volunteers
  • Skills clinics for coaches and players
  • Field use fees
  • Field repairs and maintenance
  • Umpires for AA, AAA, Majors, and Juniors divisions
  • Little League International fees & insurance

Not Covered by Registration Fee

  • Non-uniform clothing: pants, belt, socks, cleats
  • Player specific equipment: baseball/softball glove (required), batting gloves (optional)
  • Other optional player equipment: Cap City supplies bats and batting helmets, but players may bring their own

Financial Hardship

If your family cannot afford the fees, contact Cap City at We will waive part or all of the fee, no questions asked.

Team and Schedule Information

Team rosters and schedules will be posted in TeamSnap in mid/late March for the spring season and early/mid September for the fall season. Access TeamSnap through a browser or download the app.

Baseball Skills Assessment and Draft

For the fall season, all players that register for AAA and Majors must participate in a skills assessment.

For the spring season, players that register for AAA and Majors but did NOT play in Cap City's AAA or Majors the prior fall season, must participate in a skills assessment.

Assessments typically take place in August/September for the fall season and February/March for the spring season. Details on signing up for skills assessments will be communicated via email. Questions about the skills assessment or draft? Contact the Cap City Player Agent:

Coaches and Assistant Coaches

If you plan to coach or assistant coach, register yourself in TeamSnap. This allows Cap City to obtain the necessary contact information and to enable you to manage teams through TeamSnap. There is no fee to register as a coach/assistant coach.

Questions about Registration

Contact the Cap City Registration Coordinator:

Baseball LL Age 2023
Softball LL Age 2023

About Capitol City Little League

Capitol City Little League (CCLL) is a volunteer run organization focused on introducing and teaching baseball and softball to our children - ages 4 to 14. Each season, more than 500 children participate in CCLL. To see our boundaries and eligibility information, click here.
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Mailing Address

Capitol City Little League
P.O. Box 5764
Washington, D.C.  20016