Fairfield Pacific Little League: Links

Little League Baseball International, Williamsport, PA
FPLL - Little League International

The official website for Little League Baseball & Softball. Little League has three structural components, each dependent upon the other and each vital to the success of the program. The administrative and service core of the movement is Little League Baseball, Incorporated, a non-profit membership organization that maintains the international program, with Little League International in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. Part of the Little League International structure includes various Regional Centers in the U.S. and throughout the world. The next component is the District. All the leagues within a District (a geographical area usually encompassing 10-20 leagues) elect a District Administrator (DA). The DA and his/her staff of Assistant District Administrators serve as liaisons between the various Regional Headquarters and the local Little Leagues. They are usually the most experienced Little League volunteers in the area and are charged with helping to ensure that all the volunteers in their districts are well trained, and all the leagues are operating within the guidelines set by Little League. The District Administrator does not have the authority to suspend, limit or revoke any rules, regulations or privileges of charter by a local Little League, but may recommend such action to the Charter Committee in Williamsport. The final, most important component is the local Little League. The league provides its services in the community. It furnishes physical facilities, volunteer services and resources to provide a program for children. Through effective leadership and strong administrative policy at the top level, together with training extensions and adherence to rule and policy at District and local league level, Little League is able to provide liberal benefits to children who participate.


Western Region
The Western Region Headquarters is located about sixty miles East of Los Angeles on Interstate Highway 215. The total complex consists of 27 acres, with a Major League field that seats approximately 8,000, and is where each year the Little League Major Division Regional Tournament is played. There is also a lighted Senior League field on the property. There are seven dormitories to house teams and coaches from eleven western states; California, Hawaii, Oregon, Washington, Alaska, Wyoming, Montana Idaho, Utah, Nevada, and Arizona. The facility has it’s own cafeteria that serves over 900 meals per day during the annual Regional Tournament.
The two Divisions from the Western Region are the Northwest consisting of the following states, Alaska, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington. The states that make up the West Division are Arizona, Northern California, Southern California, Nevada, Utah, and Wyoming. Both the Northwest and the West Championships are televised by ESPN and are broadcasted around the world.
In 2006 the two divisions in the Western Region were realigned. Hawaii was moved from the Northwest Region to the West Region, and Wyoming was moved from the West Region to the Northwest Region. The two Divisions from the Western Region are realigned as follows; the Northwest consisting of the following states, Alaska, Wyoming, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington. The states that make up the West Division are Arizona, Northern California, Southern California, Nevada, Utah, and Hawaii.



California District 53
CAD53

District 53 was formed in 1966 and reconfigured in 1973 and again in 2007. It is the proud home of 17 Leagues from Solano, Napa and Lake counties. These leagues include: American Canyon, Benicia, Calistoga, Cordelia Tri-Valley, East Vallejo, Fairfield Atlantic, Fairfield Pacific, Middletown Cobb, Napa American, Napa National, North Vallejo, Saint Helena, Sonoma Valley, Suisun American, Vallejo, Valley of the Moon, and Yountville