Orange Little League 2019 Online Registration Center
Registering a new player takes 45 minutes. Registering a returning player takes about 10 minutes. Please read the following information before registering, it will make the registration process much easier.
There is a lot of information on this page so it is divided into the following sections:
- Walk-up registration
- Documents needed for registration
- Payment Options
- Medical Information
- Volunteer Information
- OLL's uniform policy
- Tryout information
- Refund Policy
- Registration instructions
- Registration options
Unfortunately, the registration system can log you out if it does not detect activity for an extended period of time. If the registration system logs you out all the entries on the final registration form will be lost and you will have to re-enter them. Please prepare the information and documentation described here before you begin to register your child online.
1. Walk-up Registration
All Orange Little League (OLL) registrations are online this year. Orange Little League board members will be present to help with online registration at walk-up registration dates. We will have a few laptops, iPads and tablets to use for online registration. Please read all the information on this page before coming to walk-up registration.
Registering online with your iPhone or Android phone is a great option. The registration tool makes it easy to use the camera on your phone to take pictures of the documentation we need such as driver's licenses, birth certificates, etc.
Walk-up registration dates will be shown on the front page of the OLL website.
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2. Documents needed for registration
OLL needs to provide documentation about our players to Little League International so we collect this information from you at registration. If you plan to come to walk-up registration please bring the documentation listed in this section.
We need 3 types of documentation the player's birth certificate, a parent's driver's license, and proof of residence. The player's birth certificate and the parent's driver's license is simple, but the proof of residency are complex.
There are 2 ways to satisfy the proof of residency. The school waiver or the 3 proofs of residency. These two methods are described in the following section.
Residency by school waiver
The simplest method is often the school waiver. School waiver forms are available here. You, the player's guardian, should fill out the top portion of the school waiver. Then take the form to your player's school administrator for their signature. The following schools are within the OLL boundary. If your player attends any of these schools the simplest proof of residence may be the Little League Baseball and Softball School Enrollment Form.
- Holy Family
- St. John’s
- Palmyra Elementary
- West Orange Elementary
- Immanuel Lutheran School
- Cambridge Elementary
- Portola Middle School
- Yorba Middle School
- Sycamore Elementary
- Lampson Elementary
- California Elementary
- Far Horizons Montessori
If you are planning to use the school waiver and come to walk-up registration, please have your waiver signed by your school administrators before you come to walk-up registration, and bring the signed copy.
Residency by 3 proofs
If you can't, or do not want to, use the school waiver you must use the 3 proofs of residency. The official requirement for the 3 proofs of residency is described on this webpage. Basically, you need one document from EACH of these three Groups. Each document must have the address used to register the player on it.
- Driver’s License
- School Records
- Vehicle Records (i.e., Registration, Lease, etc.)
- Employment Records
- Insurance Documents
- Welfare/Child Care Records
- Federal Records (i.e., Federal Tax, Social Security, etc.)
- State Records
- Local (Municipal) Records
- Support Payment Records
- Homeowner or Tenant Records
- Military Records
- Voter’s Registration
- Utility Bills (i.e., Gas, Electric, Water/Sewer, Phone, Heating, Waste Disposal)
- Financial Records
- Medical Records
- Internet, Cable, or Satellite Records
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3. Payment Options
You have two payment options.
- You can pay online by credit card when you register
- you can bring a check to a walkup registration. (Walkup registration dates are listed on the front page of www.orangelittleleague.org.)
We also have a payment plan. If you use the payment plan online your credit card will be charged automatically when a payment is due.
4 - 12
|Due at registration
|Due January 15th
|Due February 15th
If you have questions about payment options please contact
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4. Medical information
To keep your player safe we need to have medical information for every player.
We need information about your player's ...
- Immunization record
- Medical insurance
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5. Volunteer Information
Please volunteer and fill out a volunteer form.
OLL is organized and run by volunteers. We need everyone to pitch in to have the best season. Our coaches and managers are the most visible and heroic volunteers. But, every team needs a team parent, and every AA and up team also needs a scorekeeper, and an umpire or two (or more). These are important positions that must be filled by parents, preferably not coaches or managers. We have seen teams where the manager and coaches are the only team umpires, and the manager's spouse is the team parent and scorekeeper, and only one or two families show up for field maintenance. It does work, for the first couple of weeks. But, as the season goes on the team ends up with burned out, bitter volunteers. Teams that distribute responsibilities from the beginning have much better seasons. The relationships and connections are much stronger if we all work together. Please volunteer and help everyone else volunteer. We have training for scorekeepers and umpires. We can show you how to umpire or scorekeep if this is your first time. There is less pressure to be perfect if you start at the lower levels, and grow as your player moves up, so it's never too early to start learning how to scorekeep or umpire. Also, please treat our volunteers like the rockstars they are. Let your managers, coaches, umpires, scorekeepers, team parents and field maintainers know how much you appreciate their effort and energy making sure our kids have a safe place to play baseball. And, please be patient when the inevitable confusion and mistakes happen. We couldn't do this without our volunteers!
We take the safety of our players very seriously. We run background checks on all adults that interact with the children. To complete the registration process you must fill out a volunteer form for at least one person in your players household. The online volunteer form is available here. Please fill out the volunteer form once for each adult that may come to the field with your player.
The volunteer form has options where you specify what jobs you want to volunteer for.
To run your background check we need your social security number on the form. We understand that this is sensitive information and we handle your data with utmost care.
Please fill out a volunteer form this year even if you filled one out last year.
Here is a link to the online volunteer form.
Please have as many people in your family fill out the volunteer form as possible. The volunteer forms should be filled out before registering a player but are available anytime during the season.
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6. OLL's Uniform Policy
OLL will provide the following parts of a player's uniform; a jersey (with the player's last name and number on the back), a team hat, socks, and a belt. This year OLL will not provide uniform pants. The uniform coordinator will inform your team what color pants are required for your player's uniform. You will purchase baseball pants on your own.
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7. Try Out Information
Each year all players ages 6 through 12 (except if the player is 6 and this is his/her 1st year) are required to try out. Try-outs will be the first or second Saturday in January. Try-outs are a fun, exciting process that helps managers prepare for the draft. Players try out with other players their same league age. Each group has a different time to try out (try-outs times will be announced when as we get closer to try-out day).
During try-outs each Player participates in three different stations. Tryouts may be slightly different, but here is an example of what we have done for tryouts in the past.:
OUTFIELD: Player will get 2 fly balls (Player throws to Second base)
INFIELD: Player will get 2 grounders at shortstop (Player throws ball to Second Base) then the Shortstop goes to First base to be the First baseman for the next Shortstop
BATTING: Each Player will get 3 pitches from the pitching machine, after 3rd pitch, the batter will run the bases.
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8. Refund Policy
We will be happy to refund your entire registration fee until draft night. However, once the draft is complete it becomes very painful to move players around.
So, there will be no refunds after draft night!
As draft night will be the week after tryouts. As we approach draft night we will send out a reminder about the refund policy.
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9. Registration instructions
To register your player online, select the age-appropriate program from the registration options below.
Choose the program that matches your player's "league age". To determine your child's league age please consult this chart, or use this online calculator from little league international.
If you are registering more than one player, choose the appropriate registration program for your first player. Once you complete one registration, the system will bring you back to this page to register additional players. After you registered all the players in your family, the system will calculate the total fee amount for all your players.
After filling out the registration information you can pay online by credit card. If you would like to pay by cash or check, you can attend one of our walk-up registration sessions.
Please send an email to
to report trouble with the registration system
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10. Registration Options