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2020 Winter Clinic Registration Open
by posted 11/10/2019


Registration is now open for Woburn Little League Winter Clinic. Space is limited, and registration spots are filled once a player is registered AND paid.

Woburn Little League Winter Clinic works with the kids to develop fundamentals skills from throwing to hitting as well as introducing in game concepts.  Woburn Little League is still looking for volunteers to help out during the 2019/2020 Winter Clinic that starts tentatively January 5, 2020 and runs into February.  If you are interested in being a coach or a volunteer please email Coaches are responsible each week for organizing the age group with the volunteers, and work with Directors of each level on curriculum.

Any questions please reach out. These clinics are also good for new coaches to learn some important drills.

Session 1 (click here to register)

9:00am-10:00 am.......Boys and Girls 5-6 year olds by little league age chart: This represents Tee Ball.  Concepts to be covered fielding, throwing, running, hitting and general game situations.

Open to: Boys born between: 09/01/2013 and 08/31/2015

Open to: Girls born between: 09/01/2013 and 08/31/2015

Session 2 (click here to register)

10:15am-11:15am.....baseball 7 to 8 year olds by little league age chart: This represents AAA baseball. Concepts to be covered fielding, throwing and hitting. As well as positions and game like situations that equal their level of play.

Open to: Boys and girls born between: 09/01/2011 and 08/31/2013  

Session 3 (click here to register)

This is 11:30 am -12:30pm baseball 9-12 year old this represents older members of Minor baseball and Major baseball. Concepts to be covered fielding, throwing and hitting. As well as positions and game like situations that equal their level of play.

Open to: Boys born between: 08/31/2011 and 09/01/2007

Session 4 (click here to register)

12:45 pm -1:45 pm....softball 7-12 year old this represents Minor softball and Major softball. Concepts to be covered fielding, throwing and hitting. As well as positions and game like situations that equal their level of play.

Open to: Girls born between: 1/1/2007 and 12/31/2011

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Code of Conduct
by posted 05/13/2015

Woburn Little League has implemented the following Parent Code of Conduct for the important message it holds about the proper role of parents in supporting their child in sports. Parents should read, understand and sign this form prior to their children participating in our league.

Any parent guilty of improper conduct at any game or practice will be asked to leave the facility and be suspended from the following game. Repeat violations may cause a multiple game suspension, or the season forfeiture of the privilege of attending all games.


The essential elements of character-building and ethics in sports are embodied in the concept of sportsmanship and six core principles:

  • Trustworthiness

  • Respect

  • Responsibility

  • Fairness

  • Caring, and

  • Good Citizenship The highest potential of sports is achieved when competition reflects these “six pillars of character.”

    I therefore agree:

  • I will not force my child to participate in sports.

  • I will remember that children participate to have fun and that the game is for youth, not adults.

  • I will inform the coach of any physical disability or ailment that may affect the safety of my child or the safety of others.

  • I will learn the rules of the game and policies of the league.

  • I (and my guests) will be a positive role model for my child and encourage sportsmanship by showing respect and courtesy, and by demonstrating positive support for all players, coaches, officials and spectators at every game, practice or other sporting event.

  • I (and my guests) will not engage in any kind of unsportsmanlike conduct with any official, coach, player, or parent such as booing and taunting; refusing to shake hands; or using profane language or gestures.

7. I will not encourage any behaviors or practices that would endanger the health and well being of the athletes.

8. I will teach my child to play by the rules and to resolve conflicts without resorting to hostility or violence.

9. I will demand that my child treat other players, coaches, officials and spectators with respect regardless of race, creed, color, sex or ability.

10. I will teach my child that doing one’s best is more important than winning, so that my child will never feel defeated by the outcome of a game or his/her performance.

11. I will praise my child for competing fairly and trying hard, and make my child feel like a winner every time.

12. I will never ridicule or yell at my child or other participants for making a mistake or losing a competition.

13. I will emphasize skill development and practices and how they benefit my child over winning. I will also de-emphasize games and competitions in the lower age groups.

14. I will promote the emotional and physical well- being of the athletes ahead of any personal desire I may have for my child to win.

15. I will respect the officials and their authority during games and will never question, discuss, or confront coaches at the game field, and will take time to speak with coaches at an agreed upon time and place.

16. I will demand a sports environment for my child that is free from drugs, tobacco, and alcohol and I will refrain from their use at all sports events.

17. I will refrain from coaching my child or other players during games and practices, unless I am one of the official coaches of the team.

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