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Players living within the Niles Centerville Little League Boundaries will soon be eligible to register for the upcoming season. The regular season opens March 2018.


 Each player is required to submit the following documentation before they will be allowed on the field:

·         Registration

·         Copy of Birth Certificate

·         Copies of 3 separate and distinct type of documents to prove residency dated after February 1, 2017 (see Acceptable Proof below)

Please note that anyone who has contact with the players is required to fill out a volunteer application and pass a background check.  Anyone volunteering in the Snack Shack is also required to fill out a volunteer application.  We encourage all parents and guardians to submit their volunteer applications at the time of registration or before the season begins so that you are cleared and screened in advance of volunteer time.

Click here to download a Volunteer Application.  Please remember to attach a copy of your driver's license with your application.



When Registration opens there will be a link on the

front page.






2017 Dates TBD

11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.


2017 Dates TBD 

11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.




Application Received or Postmarked On or Before 

Age Under 7 Fee

Age 7+ Fee








Snack Tickets : $40

Every player gets a Snack Shack ticket after each game, which entitles them to $2.00 worth of treats. The tickets are $1.50 and there are 20 games. Team Parents will collect this cost.



In the ongoing process to ensure that players are playing in the leagues they're supposed to be, Little League Baseball is requiring that families provide 3 separate and distinct type of documents to prove residency along with a copy of the birth certificate.
The Little League Rulebook states, "Residence shall be established and supported by documents from THREE OR MORE of the following categories to determine residency of such parent(s) or guardian:"
Group I 
1. Driver’s License (photo ID of parent(s) or guardian(s) with qualifying residence address)
2. School records (home address of player’s parents or guardians)
3. Vehicle records (i.e., registration, lease, etc.)
4. Employment records
5. Insurance documents (with residence address)
Group II 
1. Welfare/child care records 
2. Federal records (i.e., Federal Tax, Social Security, etc.) 
3. State records 
4. Local (municipal) records 
5. Support payment records
6. Homeowner or tenant records 
7. Military records
Group III 
1. Voter’s Registration 
2. Utility bills (i.e., - gas, electric, water/sewer, phone, mobile phone, heating, waste disposal)
3. Financial records (loan, credit, investments, etc.)
4. Medical records 
5. Internet, cable, or satellite television records
NOTE: Example – Three documents from the same Group (utility bill, cable bill, and bank statement) constitute only ONE document.