Sno-Valley North Little League

2019 SVNLL Season Registration

Player Registration

Welcome to the 2019 SVNLL Regular Season Registration!

This registration session will allow you to complete parent contact information, sign up your player for participation, and submit payment. Please read through each page carefully to ensure that all information is provided accurately. To complete registration through our secure site, please have your Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or checking account information available.  Following the completion of this registration, you will see a charge on your account from Sno-Valley North LL.

What to expect

Once registered, if your child is league age 9 or above, he or she will need to attend to a mandatory pre-season player evaluation. Advanced 8 year olds are also welcome to attend if they'd like a chance to play in AAA. Baseball pre-season player evaluations will occur in late January at Big Rock Ball Fields in Duvall. Softball pre-season evaluations will also occur in the late January/early February time period. More information on player evaluations can be found here:


Practices & Games
All players should expect two team activities each week when their respective season begins. For players that are league ages 9 and older (i.e., Upper Division), practices will begin in late February or early March and games will begin in late March to early April. For players that are league age 8 and younger (i.e., Lower Division), practices will begin in late April and game play begins in May. 

Western Washington receives plenty of rain in the spring, we are mindful of that and schedule accordingly. The dates denoted above are general (exact dates are determined when all teams are formed). For more detailed information on each division, please visit the baseball or softball sections of our website. 

We need Volunteers!

The true value of Little League has been in its volunteers. Little league would not exist without them! To volunteer in your local league is an investment in your family and community. As a Little League volunteer, you are empowered to engage with others, build friendships, and make a difference. There is no better way to connect with people and grow your social circle than by having fun at the Little League fields. 

SVNLL will be asking each and every parent to  volunteer to help their child's team be successful. If you'd like to volunteer to help with your child's team, please begin the process by filling out the background check form found under the volunteer section of our website.  



Please direct questions to:

Gregg Knaplund

President SVNLL