Mission StatementThe objective of Concord Little League, Inc. shall be to implant firmly in the youth of the community the ideals of good sportsmanship, honesty, loyalty, courage, and reverence so that they may be well adjusted, strong and happy youths.

CLL Important Dates


Winter Skills Sessions

Sat. January 20th 6:30-8:30pm at Concord Sports Center

Sat. February 3rd 6:30-8:30pm at Concord Sports Center

Sat. February 17th 6:30-8:30pm at Concord Sports Center

Sat. March 3rd 6:30-8:30pm at Concord Sports Center

Registration Dates

Wed. February 7th 5:30-7pm at Concord Boys & Girls Club

Thur. February 22th 5:30-7pm at Concord Boys & Girls Club

Thur. March 15th 5:30-7pm at Concord Boys & Girls Club

Tues. March 27th 5:30-7pm at Concord Boys & Girls Club

Tryout Dates

Sat. March 10th 6:30-8:30pm at Concord Sports Center (Majors)

Mon. March 12th 6-8pm at Concord Sports Center (Majors)

Sat. March 17th 6:30-8:30pm at Concord Sports Center (AAA)

Mon. March 19th 5-7pm at Concord Sports Center (AAA)

* Your child does not need to attend a tryout if they were on a Majors or AAA roster and are staying in that division.

Other Dates

Sat. March 24th & Sun. March 25th – CLL Appreciation Day at Dick’s Sporting Goods (20% coupon good all weekend)

Sun. April 1st – Last day to register (registration after this date will be on a case by case basis)

Sat. April 21st – Opening Day of games for all divisions *weather permitting

Sat. May 5th – Opening Day Parade and Celebration *weather permitting

Sat. May 12th – Picture Day

Sat. May 19th – CLL Day at the Fisher Cats

by posted 01/12/2018
2018 Winter Skills Sessions

Registration for Winter Skills Sessions and the 2018 Season is now open!

Registration for the the Winter Skills Sessions and the 2018 Season has begun. Members can either register online or by mailing in a completed form found under the "CLL Resource" tab. Registering for the Winter Skills Sessions can be found at the end of the player registration process by checking the correct box.  
The Winter Skills Sessions are open to boys and girls 6-12 years of age and will be held on Saturday Jan. 20th, Feb. 3rd, Feb. 17th, and Mar. 3rd from 6:30-8:30 pm at Concord Sports Center off of 93N Exit 17. They are a great way for kids to learn and practice the basic skills of baseball, as well as get their arm ready for the start of the season. The cost is $25 total for all five of the sessions, which allows the league to pay for the field and batting cage.
Members can register for the 2018 regular season anytime online as long as payment in full is received by the league no later than March 31st either by making an online payment or by mailing in a check. League registration fees for the upcoming season are T-ball at $65 per player and AA, AAA, & Majors at $95 per player with a $190 cap per family.  Player registration fees are the main source of revenue for the league to help pay for expenses, which were approximately $75,000 last season.
Any questions, please feel free to contact the league by email at concordnhlittleleague@gmail.com, via Facebook, or feedback on the website.

by posted 11/24/2017
  • Little League Baseball
    • Tee-Ball Division
    • Minor League Baseball Division
    • Little League Baseball (or the Major Division)
    • Intermediate (50/70) Division
    • Junior League Baseball Division

Why the change to a wood-like standard?

USA Baseball’s national member organizations believe that a wood-like performance standard will best provide for the long-term integrity of the game. The new standard will not have a drop-weight limit, so young players can use bats made with light-weight materials.

Why not just use wood bats?

Wood is a scarce resource. The new bats will be designed to perform much like wood, where its performance will be limited to the highest performing wood.

How is the USABat standard different from the BBCOR standard used by the NCAA and NFHS?

Both the USA Baseball and NCAA bat performance tests are based on the coefficient of restitution from a bat-ball impact. The scale of results is different, however, since they use different test balls and test speeds. The testing difference is necessary to address the various levels of play in the respective age groups.

Why is USA Baseball involved?

The national member organizations asked USA Baseball as the national governing body to take the lead in this process to establish a new standard. Many other national governing bodies set and enforce standards for the equipment in their respective sports. To that end, USA Baseball established a Bat Study Committee of leading scientists and conducted theoretical modeling, field testing and lab testing. The committee shared its findings with the national member organizations, who then endorsed the new USABat standard.

Who were the scientists on the USA Baseball Bat Study Committee?

  • Alan Nathan, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Physics at the University of Illinois
  • Dan Russell, Ph.D. Professor of Acoustics at Penn State University
  • Glenn Fleisig, Ph.D. Research Director of American Sports Medicine Institute

Why wait until 2018?

The implementation date of 2018 will allow bat manufacturers sufficient time to conduct the appropriate research, design, testing, manufacturing and shipping needed to get new bats into retail outlets. This date also allows the participating national member organizations adequate time to educate their memberships of the USABat standard.

Is my current bat good for league play?

Yes. Current league-approved bats can be used through December 31, 2017.

Is safety the reason for the change?

No. Youth baseball continues to be one of the safest of all sports for youth participants.

How will I know which bat to buy?

All new bats that bear the USABat licensing mark will be permissible for play in the leagues and tournaments of the participating youth baseball organizations. A full list of certified bats can be found here.

Does the standard impact Tee Ball?

Yes. Under the USABat standard, certified tee ball bats will feature the USA Baseball mark and text which reads ONLY FOR USE WITH APPROVED TEE BALLS.

Can I use a Tee Ball bat that does not feature the USA Baseball mark?

All Tee Ball bats must feature the USA Baseball mark and accompanying text. Tee Ball bats that were produced and/or purchased prior to the implementation of the new standard can be certified using an Approved Tee Ball Sticker via the USA Baseball Tee Ball Sticker Program.

What is the USA Baseball Tee Ball Sticker Program?

The USA Baseball Tee Ball Sticker Program is an initiative designed to allow for the continued use of tee ball bats that were manufactured prior to the implementation of the new USABat standard. This program will allow individuals and families to purchase approved stickers marked with the USA Baseball logo and language which reads: ONLY FOR USE WITH APPROVED TEE BALLS. Stickers will be available for purchase online via USABaseballShop.com beginning September 1, 2017.

by posted 09/26/2017
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