Georgia Little League

Tournament Enrollment Open for 2018

Tournament Enrollment is now open for 2018 exclusively through the Little League Data Center. Make certain paperwork is completed, all waivers are approved, all fees are paid prior to June 1, 2018.

This year, the relaunched Little League website will include your one-stop spot for all things International Tournament at Resources available include:

All chartered Little League programs must confirm that their league is in full compliance of Little League's background check regulations either through the Tournament Enrollment Application process or the Confirm Background Check Compliance process on the Little League Data Center. Failure to confirm background check compliance will result in the league's charter status being placed on non-compliance hold for the 2019 season.

This year's tournament materials and information are available online through the Tournament Resources page on This page also provides important reminders regarding league eligibility for tournament play.

All chartered Little League programs must complete the Confirmation of Regulation Compliance form or the Tournament Enrollment Application on the Little League Data Center, even if the league decides not to enter any teams in any of the tournaments.

The Tournament Enrollment Application defines which divisions are eligible to enter the International Tournament from your league or district, based on the information provided during the chartering process. If you are enrolling teams in tournament play, simply enter how many teams will be participating in each level of play. The tournament entry fee of $200 per team may be paid online upon completion of the Tournament Enrollment Application. All money collected though tournament entry fees go directly to support local Little League programs advancing through the International Tournament.

League Eligibility for Tournament

For a Little League program to be eligible to enter a team or teams into the International Tournament (including the 8 to 10 and 9 to 11 tournaments) the following requirements must be met:

  1. The league must be chartered in an age appropriate division(s) for which it wishes to enter a tournament team(s). Team number revisions and fees incurred by the league must be paid in full by June 1, 2018. Examples: Chartered in Little League Major or Intermediate (50/70) may enter a Major Division team (10- to 12-year-olds); chartered in Senior League may enter a Junior or Senior Division team.

Action Step: Ensure that your league is eligible to enroll in all levels of play in which it is participating, please review and update your league's charter in the Little League Data Center to reflect any changes in team numbers that occurred after your charter application was submitted.

  1. The league must have scheduled and played, at a minimum, a 12-game (per team) regular season (10-game for Senior League), exclusive of playoffs and tournament games, for each division entering tournament prior to the first game in their respective tournament. See Regulation VII.
  2. All waiver requests for the league, team, player, manager, and/or coach) of any kind must be submitted and approved no later than June 1, 2018.
  3. All tournament combinations requests must be submitted through the Little League Data Center and approved not later than June 1, 2018. Only leagues with approved regular season combined team and/or interleague play requests will be eligible to request a tournament combination.

Failure to meet any of the listed requirements could result in a team or teams being declared ineligible by the Tournament Committee at Little League International in Williamsport, PA.

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Tournament Resources

Changes have been made to Tournament Rule 9 - Mandatory Play.

Beginning this year, a manager's failure/refusal to insert players into the line-up as outlined in the new rule shall result in immediate ejection of the manager and removal for the remainder of the International Tournament, without replacement. The umpire-in-chief or other individual designated by the game Tournament Director in consultation with the official scorekeeper, shall advise both team managers, at the appropriate time as outlined in the new rule, of their obligation to insert all players who have not completed their mandatory play requirement.


Check the current bat list for approved bats and ones that have been decertified and may not be used.

USA Bat Standard FAQ

USA Bat Website

Decertified Bats

Little League Bat Rules

Per Little League International, no current C-Flap product is NOCSAE approved which means per Rule 1.16, the product cannot be used. Know the rules on modifying helmets with additional attachments.

• Combined Teams Process goes online for the 2018 Little League® Tournament.

• Tournament Resources ( A comprehensive list of all reminders, tools, educational resources from Little League University, and more to assist all volunteers through the International Tournament.

Rules, Regulations, Policies ( Be sure to review all new rules and regulations, especially the changes from the Little League International Congress, that are not in the printed rulebook but are in effect this tournament season, including the NEW Tournament Mandatory Play rule (Tournament Rule 9).

Tournament Essentials ( Easy online ordering for the required tournament patches and a banner portal, which makes ordering banners quicker and easier than ever.