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About Germantown Little League 

Germantown Little League is a community-based program offering competitive baseball and softball for all youth ages 4-18. Germantown Little League is sanctioned by Little League International. Little League Baseball is the program of choice for more communities than any other youth sports organization in the world. As a result of our affiliation, Germantown's most outstanding baseball players can aspire to play in the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.

As a community-based program, GTLL is intended for and focuses on residents within the greater Germantown area. In the case of GTLL, this constitutes a boundary that primarily includes the villages of Germantown, Richfield, Colgate and Hubertus.


History

Germantown  Little League was established in 1973. Fireman’s park was the first little league field. Two additional fields, Kennedy and Friestadt were also used. The Juniors played at the current JV field located at Germantown High School.

 
The little  league complex, located at the corner of Division and Freistadt Roads,  consisted of a Juniors field followed by the Majors field and a few years later  the T-ball field. The boys’ program included T-ball, AA, AAA, Majors and  Juniors. In 1988, a concessions building was constructed that also housed a  board room, equipment storage room and garage.

A few  years later, Germantown Little League (in partnership with the Germantown  School System) built two fields at Kennedy Middle School-Kennedy North &  Kennedy South. These fields included a sprinkler system for the outfields and  lights for night games. Currently, Germantown Little League and the Germantown  Recreation Department utilize 9 fields throughout the Germantown area. This  includes the original three fields at the Little League Complex.

Germantown  Little League has excelled in tournament play. Since 1973, Germantown Little  League has won many District 1 titles, and has also won a number of State  Championships. Germantown  Little League participation has grown tremendously. The league includes more  than 650 kids comprising over 50 teams in both Baseball and Girls' Softball. With  outstanding facilities, increasing participation, and a dedicated volunteer  staff, the future is very bright for our organization.