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by posted 01/16/2018

Formerly Hatfield & Lansdale Little Leagues

North Penn Is Now The Only Little League In The North Penn Area!


Please join us for our Beef & "Beverage" Fundraiser...

Saturday, March 10th 7pm - 11pm.

Hosted By Canonneers - 500 West 5th Street - Lansdale

Great Food & Drinks, Good Friends & Fun -

DJ & Dancing

50 / 50 & Raffle Baskets

$30 per person - Limited to 100 Tickets

Contact Jim Coffey for Tickets or Information

Jim.cof74@gmail.com / (516)729-1860

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by posted 12/26/2017

Why North Penn Little League Is Such An Enduring Institution

Every Cotton Swab is not a "Q-Tip" and every tissue is not a "Kleenex". The same holds true for youth baseball; every league is not a Little League. Little League just seems like the fundamental phrase everyone uses because it has been a part of our childhood since 1939.

Several generations have now grown up playing for Hatfield or Lansdale Little Leagues. The two Leagues have since merged to create North Penn Little League and we are now THE ONLY Little League in the North Penn Area. We fill our baseball diamonds with children every season, and crowd the first and third base sides with parents and family in folding chairs and on the bleachers. As they cheer for their children in hopes of playing in the prestigious tournaments that lead to the Little League World Series, Intermediate World Series, Junior League World Series and Senior League World Series!

Even though only chartered Little Leagues can play in these tournaments it not just about playing in tournaments! Little League seems to be a universal part of growing up in America? Part of it has to do with the benefits that kids get from playing Little League baseball. Of course, the game itself is a fun pastime, but there are plenty of crucial social skills that children work on when they’re playing North Penn Little League.

  • Children have to learn patience, how to pay attention to the game, and when to focus themselves on the field. These are all essential qualities for a ballplayer, but they also spill over into many other areas of life. Learning to be a little more disciplined on the field can translate to better focus in the classroom or at home, too.
  • Kids also get a lesson in communication every time they step onto the diamond. A baseball team that doesn’t communicate well is a baseball team that won’t be winning a lot of games. Little League gives kids an opportunity to build those communication skills and socialize with other children. They have to learn to work together as a team to win.
  • That brings us to another benefit of Little League—instilling the idea of teamwork and cooperation. In some sports, one or two great players can completely change the game. In baseball there isn’t the option to pass the ball to a better teammate when it comes your way. Each player is involved in the game, and they all have to learn to work together and encourage each other in order to win.
  • Unfortunately, not every team can win every game. That’s another lesson that Little League teaches children. It’s okay to lose sometimes, as long as you’ve given it your best effort. It’s a gentle way to prepare them for inevitable disappointments that will come their way later in life. Little League teaches kids that it’s how you react to a loss that really matters.

The kids probably aren’t thinking about the life lessons that they’re learning on the diamond, but looking back, they’ll see some important, character building moments in their childhood.

Parents who have played Little League themselves realize this, and that’s why they continue to encourage their kids to play "Little League Baseball".






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by posted 12/01/2017

Be Part of One of the Premier Youth Baseball Organizations in Montgomery County and the only Little League in the North Penn Area. 

North Penn Little League / North Penn Raiders 

Registration is now open for the 2018 Spring Season!  We hope you'll be part of this amazing season. We are at the forefront of youth baseball in the communities in which we serve, and you don't want your child(ren) to miss out on their opportunity to join our family in the fun and thrill of youth baseball. 
Divisional programs are provided for boys and girls league ages 4-16.

Field Locations:
​Hatfield 1701 Fairgrounds Rd, (Hatfield Elementary School)
​             1619 School Rd. (School Rd. Park)
Lansdale: 951 Moyers Rd. (Senator Holl Complex)
​                 300 Line St. (Weaver Field at Menorial Park)


We look forward to having you and your child participate in our program this coming season.

Divisions of Play:

  • Tee Ball (ages 4-6)
  • A/Coach Pitch (ages 6-8).
  • Little League: AA (7-8) and AAA (Ages 9-10).
  • Intermediate: (ages 11-13), Games are played on a modified (50/70 -foot diamond).
  • Junior League (ages 13-14), Senior League (ages 15-16).
  • (Games are played on a regulation MLB baseball field (60/90).
  • Challenger Division of North Penn Little League is a program for mentally and physically disabled youth to enjoy the full benefits of Little League Baseball participation in an athletic environment structured to their abilities, ages 4-18 — or up to age 22 if still enrolled in high school — to enjoy the game of baseball along with the millions of other children who participate in this sport worldwide.

Friend Requests: Baseball is better with classmates and friends! Please invite your child’s friends and request them to be on the same team. If possible, all friend requests are honored at the Tee Ball, Rookie and Minors level.

Family Discount: For those families with multiple children playing, we offer a discount when you register all the players at the same time. The discount will be automatically applied upon registration. Does not apply to Junior League and above.

Regular season begins in April and lasts through June (end of the school year). Regular season for the Tee Ball and Rookie Divisions will start two weeks after the other divisions. International Tournament play goes through July. These advanced tournaments start at a District level with District Champions advancing to Section, Pennsylvania State, United States Eastern Region and ultimately to World Series play. Only chartered leagues can play in these prestigious tournaments. North Penn Little League is the only league in the North Penn area Chartered by Little League Baseball in Williamsport, Pa.

Serving: Hatfield, Lansdale, North Wales, Towamencin, Montgomeryville, Upper Gwynedd, Harleysville, Souderton and other surrounding communities.

For more information go to: www.npennbaseball.com or email: info@npennbaseball.com.

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by posted 11/30/2017

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2018 League Age Chart
by posted 09/10/2017

In 2014, Little League voted to gradually move the age determination date from April 30 to August 31. Full implementation takes in place for the 2018 season.


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