Youth Tee Ball, Baseball and Softball Leagues in and around Louisville, KY

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Beechmont Youth Sports: Our mission is to provide a safe and comfortable environment for youth ages 5 to 16 to participate in sporting activities. They offer baseball, tee ball, and softball.

Clarksville Little League: Organized leagues are offered for boys and girls between the ages of 3-15.
East Louisville Sports: ELS has provided wholesome competitive recreational activities for all children in our community. We are a nonprofit, volunteer organization whose primary focus is on EVERY player experiencing the opportunity to play, have fun and to develop personal confidence that comes from individual and team competition. They offer baseball and fast pitch softball.

Fairdale Youth League: Their mission is to reach all children who want to learn or excel in these great summer sports. They offer baseball, softball, and tee ball.

Germantown Baseball Inc: Nestled on the St. Xavier High School campus, our 5 playing fields, top notch concessions, playground, pavilion, and a mature tree canopy constantly receive praise as one of the best parks by our guests. Germantown offers baseball, softball, and tee ball.

Jeffersontown Youth Baseball and Softball: J-town offers softball, tee ball, and baseball options!

Lyndon Recreation: The mission of Lyndon Recreation Association, Inc. is to promote and provide recreation programs for both children and adults. The object of these programs shall be to encourage, foster, promote, and advance the ideals of fellowship, sportsmanship, and citizenship, in order that all program participants and members of the Association may become better citizens of the community. Lyndon Recreation Association will do any and all things necessary and incidental to achieve and carry out these purposes and objectives. They offer tee ball, softball, and baseball.
Mt. Washington Youth Babe Ruth League: Check out their website for registration and offerings.
New Albany Little League: Check their website for information on location and registration.
North Oldham Little League: All players that attends or if they have a sibling that plays and attends Buckner, Centerfield, East Oldham Middle School, LaGrange, Locust Grove, OCMS and OCHS schools are eligible to play at North Oldham Little League. Some players that attend Harmony, NOMS, and NOHS that live in North Oldham Little League boundaries are eligible to play here. Baseball, softball, tee ball, and special needs ball is offered.

Okolona Baseball: Okolona offers baseball and tee ball options as well as special needs team.

Prairie Village Baseball: Prairie Village offers options for tee ball, baseball, softball, and buddy ball!

St. Matthew’s Baseball and Softball: They offer softball, tee ball, baseball, and buddy ball options!

South Louisville Neighborhoods (SoLo): Louisville Metro Parks and Recreation is teaming up with Major League Baseball and their RBI (Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities) program. For the first time in more than 25 years, Metro Parks and Recreation will be operating youth t-ball, baseball and softball leagues at Wyandotte Park in south Louisville.

South Oldham Little League: Building Kids, Building Communities. Check their website for boundary map and registration information.
Valley Sports Little League: They are a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote, develop, and voluntarily assist in all possible ways, the interest of those who will participate in Little League Baseball and Softball. Through proper guidance and exemplary leadership, Valley Sports helps youth in developing the qualities of citizenship, discipline, teamwork and physical well-being.
YMCA: We know that the Y is the starting point for many kids and teens to learn about becoming and staying active while developing lifelong healthy habits. When they play sports at the Y, they build positive relationships that lead to good sportsmanship and teamwork. Check with your local YMCA to see about their baseball, softball, and tee ball options!

By Guest Contributor: Kelly


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