Board Elections · NVLL · Please submit your nominations for the 2014-15 Board of Directors here »
Official Schedule · NVLL · To view and print the complete 2014 Official Schedule, click here »
07/02/13 · Times Herald · Read a great story on one of our NVLL players here »
04/21/13 · Official News · Please read a very important message from our League President here »
PLAYER TERRITORY · NVLL · To check if your child resides in the NVLL Player Territory, click here »
VIDEO · Spring Classic · Check out video highlights from the annual night game here »
VIDEO · All Star Clinic · Watch a great video highlighting the All Star Baseball Clinic here »
"Every day in every way, we get better & better!"
PLAY BALL!The season is in full swing! We welcome all baseball fans to support our season this year and look forward to seeing you at a game!
2014-15 Board Elections:
Please submit your nominations for the 2014-15 Board of Directors by 10:00pm Friday, June 6th.. You can sumbit your nominations online here »
About our League:
Founded in 1964, North Vallejo Little league is currently in our 50th year of play.
The league has been an important part of the North Vallejo fabric for many years. In times of hardship, the baseball fields have proven to be a safe ground for youth to play the sport that is called "America's Game".
Generations of North Vallejo youth have gone on to lead successful lives that were strengthened by the three principles of Little League Baseball - Character, Courage, and Loyalty.
The league has fielded several district champion All Star Teams representing our neighborhood and city with pride. These teams are comprised of the "best of the best" from each season. The league has also been the training grounds for several current and former MLB players.
It is our goal to continue to provide this safe and fun environment for years to come. This objective can only be met through the hard work and dedication of our Governing Board, Parents, Families, Communities and Alumni. Together, we can ensure that future generations continue the legacy of the "orange and black".