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  • 3
Community Park Baseball Registration
  • Mar
  • 6
Community Park's Training Camp
  • 6:00pm- 9:00pm (MST) Ical_event_icon
  • Concordia University - 7128 ADA Blvd
  • Minor & Major - 6:00pm - 7:30pm

    Junior - 7:30pm - 9:00pm

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  • Mar
  • 7
East Park's Registration at United Cycle

Where to register and what to put my player in?

District 2 Edmonton currently runs under Three Little League Clubs:

Age as of April 30th

Community Park North of the River

East Park South East Edmonton

Confederation Park South West Edmonton

The division of of Play are as follows:

  • Tball 4-6 Years of Age
  • Minor AA 7-8 Years of Age
  • Minor 9-11 Years of Age
  • Major 10-12 Years of Age
  • Jr 13-15 Years of Age
  • Sr/ Big League 15-18 Years of Age

* please note each program may vary from club to club depending on numbers and facilities.

Please check out your local club Program Information page for more details and costs.

 

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