Volunteer Opportunities

Each year the following volunteer opportunities are available:

  • Board of Directors
  • Managers/Coaches (All Divisions- there is especially a need at the lower levels!)
  • Team Moms/Dads
    • Staffing Our Snack Bar
  • Opening Day Committee 
  • Photo Day and Game Photos Throughout the Season
  • Yearbook
  • End of Season Majors/AAA Awards Breakfast Committee 
  • Field Maintenance Committee:
  •       1) Fall Clean Up
  •       2) Spring Clean up

NOTE: All Little League volunteers are required to complete a Little League Volunteer Application before volunteering and various roles such as manager/coach have additional requirements such as a background check.

Opening Day

This is the official "kick-off" for the season and one of the highlights for the kids (and families) every year. Many organizing (pre-event) as well as "day of" volunteers are needed to make this event a success.

If you and/or any family member are willing and able to contribute a few hours of your time, please contact [email protected]. Even if you can only help on the day of the event we would like to hear from you.

Field Maintenance

Although the City of Stamford does a  lot of maintenance and prep-work on our fields, field maintenance helpers are still needed throughout the baseball season. If you would like to serve on the assist,  email 

Make Little League a Special Time With Your Child 

Volunteering in Little League is a family experience. Little leagues are run solely by its volunteer families. It’s a time in your child’s life you’ll want to share. Every parent - mom and dad, Little League veteran and Little League novice should enjoy this one-of-a-kind experience with their child!

Beginning with Tee Ball, parents can get involved with the maturation process together. As the child learns the game, the parent learns how to communicate and interact with their own child and other children in a cohesive, trusting progression.

A parent-coach learns how to create a fun, introductory Little League experience for Tee Ball-age players. As the child moves up through the local league’s divisional structure, the parent-coach adds in more techniques for the increasing motor skills, while adding appropriate technique and skill training at each age level.

Coaching one’s son or daughter is a unique opportunity to spend time with them and help with the life lessons that every parent values. These are memories, for both you and your child that will last forever.

Little League International recognizes and appreciates the challenges that come with being a Little League manager or coach, so it has developed a free online coaching resource center that Little League managers and coaches can turn to for reference, education, or to stay current with the latest drills and coaching techniques. Go to the Managers & Coaches section of the Little League.org site to learn and take advantage of these great resources Little League provides!

Little League was founded in 1939 in Williamsport, PA. Stamford American Little League was established just eleven years later in 1950 and went on to win the 1951 Little League World Series!

Local Sponsors

Stamford American Little League

1127 High Ridge Road, #337
Stamford, Connecticut 06905

Phone: 203-539-1709

Email: [email protected]