Resource Guide

2022 Play - Resource Guide

During the regular season and tournament season, games are played, which means players and volunteers committing their time to the local program. The eligibility of players and the roles and education of volunteer managers, coaches, umpires; along with the support staff needed to support the children playing, are all crucial to ensuring a safe and rewarding Little League® experience. Developed in coordination with the Little League® Resource Guidetraining courses have been created to provide an overview of administrative responsibilities and best practices based on the seasonality of the local league.

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    Communicating with Parents

    Communicating directly with parents is essential for everyone in your league.
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    Opening Ceremonies

    Opening day provides an opportunity to get the community involved.
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    Regular Season Play

    The focus of the regular season is providing a fun environment that promotes learning.
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    International Tournament

    The International Tournament begins in June with district tournaments around the world.
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    Additional Play

    After regular season, families are interested in continuing in organized LL® activities.
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    Year-End Wrap-up

    September 30 marks the end of Little League's fiscal year.
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Tips for Operating Your Little League® Program’s Social Media Accounts

Social media is a great way to share the fun of Little League® with your fans, followers, and friends. Your presence should reflect the positive, emotional impact of the league, district, or tournament, to its players, parents, and volunteers, and the entire community. Here are some tips and guidelines that can help your social media platforms get off to a strong start.

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