General FLL Information

For information regarding how teams are formed,  please view Falmouth Little League Operating Guide.

Player registration questions can be directed to FLL Player Agent, Renée Daniels at 838-4424 or e-mail

Falmouth Little League E-Store

We have partnered with Brian Gilbert Associates to offer you an easy and convenient way to show your support of Falmouth Little League, and to be able to purchase high quality merchandise from the comfort of your home. You are able to choose from many different styles, prices, and colors. A portion of the proceeds is donated to Falmouth Little League.  Use the link below to visit our new Falmouth Little League E-Store:

Falmouth Little League E-Store

Little League Volunteers

If you’re son or daughter participates in the Falmouth Little League, please take a moment to review the Parent Expectations & Volunteer Info

Falmouth Little League Fields

Falmouth Little League teams play at several parks and fields throughout Falmouth.

Community Park is in the park complex off Winn Rd. The softball field is all the way in the back.

Huston Field is in the west end of town near the fire station at the intersection of Winn and Falmouth Roads.

The Legion Complex of fields is on Depot Road. Little Legion is the field closest to the Library in the Legion Complex on Depot Rd. Smith Field is the next field on Depot Rd. toward the highway. Grubb is the closest to the tennis courts behind the Fire Station on Lunt Rd.

Opening Day 2012 – Courtesy of DVM Sports Photography

Falmouth Little League values the feedback of volunteers, parents and coaches. In hopes of providing the best possible experience to our baseball and softball players, we are opening a year round online comment collection option. Please feel free to provide comments, questions or recommendations. Thanks.

FLL Feedback Forum

Falmouth Little League Mission Statement:

Falmouth Little League is an organization of volunteers in service to the children of our community. Our purpose is to provide a safe, fun and healthy environment for children to develop the ideals of good sportsmanship, teamwork, fair competition, and respect. Our success is easily measured by focusing on one simple goal: for EVERY child to come away from this season saying, “that was fun, can I play again!” We have THREE MAIN MOTTOES: have fun, do your best and be a good sport. While winning may be a goal at certain levels, it should not supersede these main objectives. Trophies are great. A trophy sits on a mantle symbolizing a victory during a certain period of time. But, sportsmanship reveals true character that is carried with you throughout life. We expect all players, coaches, umpires and parents to represent our little league well at all times.