New Jersey District 12: Welcome

Upcoming Events
Date Event Time Location
Tue 1/13 star 50-70 Organizational Meeting 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Carslake Community Center
New Jersey District 12

WELCOME TO THE HOME PAGE OF NEW JERSEY DISTRICT 12, LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL, INC. District 12 has over 4,000 children participating in 17 leagues from Florence and New Egypt in the South; to Princeton and Plainsboro in the North; Trenton, Ewing, Hopewell, in the West; to East Windsor and Millstone in the East. Little League programs are administered by a local Board of Directors and provide opportunities for children aged 5 through 16 to participate year round in both recreational and competitive baseball and softball programs. Local Leagues also provide training opportunities for men and women interested in volunteering as coaches, managers, and umpires. District 12 is home to some of the most competitive baseball and softball in the State, and indeed, the country. Year in and year out baseball and softball programs vie for State championships and in recent years District 12 has fielded teams in the Eastern Region Finals and in the Williamsport, Pennsylvania Little League Baseball World Series and in the Portland, Oregon Little League Softball World Series. Member Leagues:  BORDENTOWN, CHAMBERSBURG, CRANBURY PLAINSBORO, EAST WINDSOR PAL, EWING, FLORENCE, FLORENCE GIRLS SOFTBALL, HTRBA, LAWRENCE, MILLSTONE ROOSEVELT,  NOTTINGHAM, PRINCETON, ROBBINSVILLE ,SIX-ELEVEN, SUNNYBRAE, WEST END, AND WEST WINDSOR.

Dave Koehler, District Administrator  

Find your local Little League!


Follow this link to an interactive map that will show you the New Jersey District 12 Little League in which you can play. All of the leagues have websites so find your league and visit their website!


Member Leagues Contact Information 

Saturday, December 6
Little League Coach - A Speech to Remember

Rhode Island Little League Coach Dave Belisle addresses his team at the Little League World Series. 

Saturday, December 6
Compensating League Volunteers - Concession Stand, Umpires, Maintenance

Your Board of Directors needs to be aware of Federal, State and Local regulations with respect to paying volunteers.

Saturday, December 6
Protect your League's 501 (c) (3) tax-exempt status; 990 Filing Requirements

Important details about protecting your League's taxempt status and IRS 990 filing!

Wednesday, November 26
Perfect for the Holidays!


Little League Data Center


League Presidents and Information Officers - Please be sure to update all new officers and board members for the 2015 season immediately after your elections. Updating the Little League Data Center will ensure that your volunteers receive all of the necessary details for the 2015 season.

League Presidents must then upload all 2015 player lists to the Little League Data Center before April 1, 2015. Please be sure to have the most current version of your League Administration software to avoid issues with uploading your information.

Use this link to access the Little League Data Center

Sunday, August 17


Congratulations to Robbinsville Little League  

Little League Softball World Champions

Robbinsville's success story