Welcome to Sunrise Little League

Our league was born in 1955 when a group of very special parents felt that Little League was something that the Woodland Hills community needed for the neighborhood children. Our organization has helped teach and nurture over 35,000 children in our community over the past 58 years. We are proud of the fact that we have one favorite son that has gone on to the Baseball Hall of Fame, Robin Yount. We are also proud of the fact that in 1999 one of our kids was chosen from among thousands of national entries as “Little League Sportsman of the year”. But, we are most proud of the fact that for 57 years we have offered kids a safe haven to play baseball and learn about things that are a trademark of little league: teamwork, sportsmanship, loyalty, and courage.

Today, our league services the communities of Woodland Hills, Tarzana, Calabasas, Reseda, Winnetka, Canoga Park, and West Hills. We have over 750 children who participate with us each year. We spend countless hours finding sponsors and raising money to help defray costs so that our league stays affordable. Our volunteers work selflessly at all the games to run a snack shack, coach, umpire, and groom our fields. And, unlike other youth baseball leagues, we never turn down or cut a child from our program. If you sign up to play at Sunrise then you become a part of the Sunrise community.



Parents' Night Out 06:55PM, April 09, 2014
Parents' Night Out
Calling All Sunrise Parents - It's time to get off the field and get ready to party with your favorite Sunrise friends! Come join us for this year's Parents' Night Out - "Casino Night."  
Congratulations to the 2014 Sunrise Skills Competition champs!
The results of the Skills Competitions are in and the winners are....
Snack Shack Sign-Ups NOW OPEN 01:39PM, January 14, 2014
Snack Shack Sign-Ups NOW OPEN
New Little League Residency Rule 09:10PM, December 02, 2013
New Little League Residency Rule
In an effort to allow schoolmates and friends to play Little League together, the residency rules have been expanded to include the location of the child's school, regardless of their residence.