Little League of the Islips: Welcome

Welcome to the Little League 
      of the Islip's Home Page.
The 2019 season will mark our
year serving our community.

April 6th: Uniform Pick Up (information will be given out by Manager)
Special Note: Players age 9-12 MUST be present in order to get a uniform. The staff will not give your uniform to the team manager.
April 7th: Field Clean Up (assignment will be given out by Manager
Forms will be given to the teams manager at Uniform Pick-Up OR to Click where it says to order photos, and you'll be prompted to enter a code. The code for Little League of the Islips is IL19
April 13th: Picture Day  (information will be given out by Manager)
Location: 401 Main St, Islip. As a courtesy to others on your team, please be on time. 
April 27th: No practice on complex.
April 28th: OPENING DAY - details will be available soon.
The Little League of the Islip is looking for Volunteers.
There are several ways you can help keep this organization and complex at its best. For the new season we are looking to add staff to our Ladies Auxiliary, Complex Maintenance Group and we are always in need of coaches. (Remember, unlike other towns, the volunteers at Islip Little League maintain the entire facility and its events all year round)
Our regular season is approximately 8 weeks long. Even if you can only volunteer for an hour or two a week it is greatly appreciated. If interested, please email:
Volunteering is an excellent way to help our local children, see how our league runs and to help the future of this great organization, The Little League of the Islips.

Volunteers are important to the operation of the local leagues. However, to protect the children involved in the local leagues, it is necessary to require the volunteers to complete a volunteer
Little League requires a five-step process for selecting individuals to fill volunteer positions:
1. Application — All local leagues are required to use the Little League Official Volunteer Application for all Managers, Coaches, Board of Directors and any other persons, volunteers and/or hired workers who provide regular service to the league and/or have repetitive access to, or contact with players or teams. The Little League Official Volunteer Application is available online at The applicant must also submit a government-issued photo ID, usually a driver’s license, for the league to verify that the information on his/her volunteer application is correct, i.e. spelling of the name, address, date of birth, etc.
2. Background Check — A background check in compliance with Regulation I(c) 8 and 9 must be conducted on every individual that is required to complete a volunteer application prior to the applicant assuming his/her duties for the current season. The individual is required to consent to a background check on the volunteer application. The local league must conduct a nationwide search that contains the applicable government sex offender registry data and criminal records. Information regarding free background check services is available at Just click the “Learn More” tab and look under Risk Management.
3. Interview — The applicant should be made fully aware of the position of Little League regarding child abuse. No person who is a known child-sex offender shall be allowed to participate in any manner in the Little League program.
4. Reference Checks — This is important to determine if any information from the references differs from that garnered from the volunteer application and/or during the review.
5. Exclusion of Certain Individuals — No local league shall permit any person to participate in any manner, whose background check reveals a conviction for, guilty plea, no contest plea, or admission to any crime involving or against a minor. A local league may prohibit any individual from participating as a volunteer or hired worker, if the league deems the individual unfit or inappropriate to work or volunteer. The local league must conduct a nationwide search that contains the applicable government sex offender registry data and criminal records. NOTE: The United States Department of Justice National Sex Offender Public Registry is free and available at

Hooded and Crew Sweatshirts: $20 (xxl & xxxl $25)
ALL Tee Shirts: $10
Blankets: $20
The complex is maintained by Volunteers!
You can do your part and help by keeping the complex clean and safe.
-Please DO NOT park in the emergency openings along the fence.
-Parking is at your own risk.
-Please make sure your car is locked and windows are up.
-If you double park, leave a field # on the windshield or cell phone so the person you are blocking can get out.
-No pets allowed.
-If you park on the hill leading down to the complex you are at risk of being ticketed.


  -In the event of bad weather, check the website.
Cancellation/Rescheduling of games will be posted.
(Green Light: Games are ON)
(Yellow Light: Games are ON HOLD)
(Red Light: Games/Practices are OFF or STOPPED)

Important Notice: We DO NOT recommend you park along the outfield fence of the Senior Baseball Field.
  As always, parking throughout the entire complex is at your own risk.


1. Please do not block field entrances and  NEVER BLOCK GATES as these may be needed to provide ambulance access in the event of an emergency. Remember, in an emergency EVERY SECOND COUNTS

2. Parking on "The Hill" leading into the main entrance is prohibited. Cars parked there may be ticketed or towed.  

3. All parking is At Your Own Risk. Please do not leave valuables in your car unattended 


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