The mission of Fort Hunt Little League is to provide a quality youth baseball program for the Fort Hunt community. Fort Hunt Little League is intended to provide boys and girls with the opportunity to experience baseball in an atmosphere that encourages a

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Over the past 11 days, there were 61 Fun Games played by 32 Teams from 11 Little Leagues across District 9. On Monday that all came to an end for the 12U Teams, FHLL 1 12U Team under Bill Lewis won it all.

Tonight, it was an Eric Sabo and Garo Partoyan team which brought home the 10U Win defeating DTQ 1 by a score of 10-1.

Congratulations FHLL 3 10U

Jack Apostol    Brandon Chandler     Trevion Campbell     Peter DiBella

Christian Harry     William Healy     Killian Kenney     Grayson Normand

Garo Partoyan     Joseph Qutub     Andrew Sabo     Dmitry Schroeder

Logan Schumann


FHLL 10U All Stars sweep West Springfield-American tonight and play for the District 9 Championship this Saturday July 1 at 11:00 at Woodawn. These great 10s scored 62 runs in 5 games while allowing on 9 runs to be scored against them, Any way you look at it, this is a remarkeable team ! Congratulations FHLL All Star 10s !!!





6:00 PM - FHLL INTERMEDIATE ALL STARS WIN BIG AGAIN defeating Woodbridge 27-0. FHLL IM, UNDEFEATED AT 2-0, now plays for the District Championship this Saturday July 1 at 11:00 AM at So County Field 5.

6:00 PM - FHLL1 12U Fun Team - Won Championship Game vs Central Springfield 8-1 in an exciting game at Hollin Hall 2.

Congrats to FHLL 1 12U Fun Manager Bill Lewis and Coaches Bill Sams, Colin Goldberg and Tim Kay and players James Cicero, Michael Green, Matthew Foley, Ryan Morris, Matthew Shaw, Socrates Spanos, Dylan Rees- Hoofnagle, Dylan Todd, Drew Goldberg, Eddie Lewis, John Sams, Collin Kay, Dylan Moore, Dakota Todd, Valentino Schroeder. an outstanding post-season play by a great group of kids and FHLL coaches!






What is my son's or daughter's "Baseball Age"?

The FHLL registration system automatically calculates player baseball age for each player as s/he registers. If you are not able to register your player in a program, try the next younger or older program.

For more information on LL baseball ages click on the link to this article on the Little League International website. 

Click the following link for the League Age Calculator Tool.


by posted 07/16/2016
About Fort Hunt Little League - Mission Statement

Mission Statement

The Mission of Fort Hunt Little League is to provide youth baseball in a safe and positive environment to develop character, promote good sportsmanship and respect for others so players embody the highest and best values of this community and grow to become future leaders of this country. 

About Fort Hunt Little League

Founded in 1956, Fort Hunt Little League is chartered by Little League International, a not-for-profit tax-exempt organization founded in 1939. Little League International operates under a 1964 federal charter signed by the President of the United States and is located in Williamsport Pennsylvania.

Fort Hunt Little League Baseball operates under the aegis of the Fort Hunt Youth Athletic Association, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit tax-exempt organization founded in 1959. Fort hunt Youth Athletic Association provides organized youth sports in the historic Fort Hunt community of Fairfax County Virginia.

by posted 07/08/2016
Message from the FHLL President

Welcome to Fort Hunt Little League Baseball

We’re pleased to host one of Northern Virginia’s highest quality baseball programs for children ages 4 through 18. We continue a long tradition of community baseball in the historic Fort Hunt area of Fairfax County dating to our founding in 1956.

Fort Hunt Little League Baseball is dedicated to preparing youngsters to meet the challenges of life by developing physical and mental disciplines essential to success through competitive sports and the great game of baseball.

We play baseball three seasons starting with spring baseball followed by end-of-season Fun Tournaments for kids who want to play post-season tournament-style play against other District 9 teams followed by Little League All-Star play plus additional clinics for youngsters aged 5 through 8 in summer.

Fall Ball typically starts a week ahead of Labor Day and continues into early November. Registration for the Spring Season opens January 1 and typically closes the third weekend in February except for T-Ball which remains open until the third weekend in March or so and Seniors which doesn't close until the first week in May.

Registration for Fall Ball typically opens July 1 and closes the third week in August.

Fort Hunt Little League Baseball is successful because of the thousands of volunteers who have served in League positions both large and small over the years. You can volunteer when you register your player or by contacting me or any FHLL Board member.

Please don't hesitate to contact me directly for additional information.

Best - Barry

Barry Meuse, President
(c) 571-237-5403 

by posted 05/26/2016
FHLL Baseball Divisions

Fort Hunt Little League Baseball Divisions

Fort Hunt Little League Baseball is organized into Divisions. Because we want each player to have a great experience, we try to balance skill levels of each team so each Division is tightly competitive.

Each Division is arranged by Baseball Age, school grade and skill level. We understand the importance of playing with friends although our primary concern is to place players at the level where they can be competitive, learn to love the game, and develop their skills.

Descriptions of each Division are available nearby in "League Descriptions."

Target ages for the various Divisions are shown here. T-Ball and the A-Ball Divisions are designed primarily for kids to play with their friends so we place players in those Divisions by age and parent request.

Players in the AA Division and higher are placed in Divisions by an assessment process leading to Player Drafts. We designate plyers for a particular Division by a combination of skill assessmensts, Baseball Age and school grade.

At the Draft, Managers select players on at a time in turn until all players are taken. Parent requests for a particular Manager, Coach or teammates are made available to the Managers at each draft although Managers are free to draft any player available on the draft board.

FHLL Baseball Divisions - Generalized Age Distribution

  • T-Ball — 4, 5 & 6 year olds
  • A Division — 7 & 8; some 6s
  • AA Division  — 8 & 9; some 7s
  • AAA Division — 9 & 10; some 8s
  • Minor Division — 10 & 11; some 9s
  • Major Division — 11 & 12s; some 10s 
  • Intermediate Division (70' base path) — 11, 12 & 13 
  • Junior Division (90' base path) — 13 & 14
  • Senior Division (90' Field) — 15 & 16
  • Challenger Division - 6 to 18

by posted 05/25/2016
We Value Our Sponsors!

We Value Our Sponsors!

SPONSORS – Sponsor contributions provide uniforms and equipment and field and facility improvements. Sponsors are recognized in a number of ways and are all published in our very popular Spring Book which contains photos and rosters of all teams plus Ads for every Sponsor.

Team Sponsors have their name imprinted on player jerseys plus they each have an Ad in the Spring Book.

Banner Sponsors are displayed in a banner on the outfield fence at two of our most prestigious diamonds plus they each have an Ad in the Spring Book.

Full page color Ads in the Spring Book are real attention getters as are individualized Business Card ads.

Let us show you how sponsoring FHLL is a win-win-win - benefiting you, your company and our many Little Leaguers.

Contact Garrett Ford ( ).

Thanks for your support of Fort Hunt Little League!

For More info click here.


by posted 01/01/2016
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Volunteer Spotlight

All local Little Leagues are driven and sustained by volunteers, and the volunteer category that we (and other locals LLs) struggle to fill more than any other?  Not surprisingly it is the role of Umpire.  Please consider volunteering for this most critical role - see the FHLL Umpire links on the FHLL page for information about upcoming training opportunities in March that will help prepare you for this rewarding and exciting position.