Coral Springs American Little League

Coral Springs American Little League Baseball Hosts State Tournament and Prepares for Fall Ball

By Ashley Ferraro

Getting off the ground in 1971, Coral Springs American Little League (CSALL) is the oldest city-recognized league in Coral Springs. Currently, amid its 51st year, CSALL baseball is part of a longstanding tradition for families in the community.

Integral to local youth development, the league instills values such as leadership, character, courage, loyalty, and teamwork. Not to mention, CSALL proudly shares and fosters an unwavering love for the game of baseball with its young players.

To round out an already successful 2022 spring season, CSALL will be co-hosting two Little League state tournaments–the Senior State Tournament and the 50/70 State Tournament. This is exciting news for CSALL players, parents, and organizers, as hosting a state tournament is a massive honor in the Little League organization.

Co-hosting the tournaments alongside Coral Springs American is North Springs Little League, also based in Coral Springs. The tournaments will be held at Mullins Park the weekend of July 8th-10th.

Coral Springs will host a total of fourteen games throughout the weekend, requiring three volunteers per game to do tasks like operate the scoreboard and act as official pitch counters. Although it’s a heavy lift for the volunteering board members, they are more than happy to help.

CSALL’s president, Tony Juliano expresses his excitement for the big tournament, and notes the rewards that come with the hard work. “By the end of the day when it’s all said and done, you sit back and really enjoy the job you did,” he says. Tony is currently on his thirteenth year volunteering on the organization’s board.

The winners of the State Tournament will move on to Regionals, and then those winners will compete in the Little League World Series in August.

While the spring season is still wrapping up, CSALL is already preparing for Fall Ball. “It’s a full-time commitment,” adds Tony.

Online registration for the fall season opens July 1st, and in-person registration will take place July 30th. By the first day of August, CSALL will be back in full swing putting teams together and coordinating practices.

Little League is constantly exploring ways to evolve. New rules, new strategies, and of course, new players willing to give the game of baseball a shot are instrumental in the organization’s growth.

In fact, CSALL’s Tee Ball program is the perfect way to introduce children ages four to six to a sport they will learn to love and develop their skills with. In additional to Fall Ball and Tee Ball, the league runs various skills training programs.

Children between the ages of four and sixteen residing in Coral Springs south of Wiles Road are zoned for CSALL. However, anyone living outside these boundaries may still be eligible if they attend one of the local public schools (a full list is available on the league’s website) or purchase a City of Coral Springs Sports Card.

For more information on Coral Springs American Little League or to register your child, please visit

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