This is registration for the Spring 2017 Season.  Ages 6 and up.  We usually have one practice a week and usually games on Saturday. We will Start Practices late in March and games will be Starting April 15 and go for 6 weeks - No need to worry if you cannot make all games or practices.  But the practices are the times the kids build friendships and bonds with their buddy and other team mates.   Our T-ball league games will be played in Leesburg at the recreational fields on Park Street behind the Leesburg Library. The majority of games will be scheduled for Saturday mornings, but there will be a few games on Tuesday nights as well. Each team will practice once a week at the practice fields next to The Pointe Methodist Church located at 238 Cedric St. in Leesburg. The game rules were set up in order to promote fairness and good sportsmanship. We do not keep score, there are no outs, and each player bats off of a tee every inning. Batting helmets may be worn, but are not required. Teams will be provided with bats and balls, but the league does not provide gloves. Any player that needs assistance will be provided with a “Buddy” to help them throughout the games and practice. Our goal is to try and play at least three innings in each game. After the game is over, coaches will line up their teams in the infield and get the players ready to shake hands. 


Our Mission

Challenger League believes that all individuals have the right to experience life to its fullest potential and to have full recognition of his/her dignity and individuality. Challenger League provides children with developmental and physical disabilities the opportunity to participate in athletic and social events, develop lasting relationships among their peers, coaches and parents, and show them they are an important part of their community by creating an environment of inclusion for both their kids and their parents.


  • "Our son Wes has Autism. The Challenger League has been a blessing to our son as it has given him opportunities I feel otherwise would not be readily available. He is a smart, energetic boy with so much to offer and has been able to become more involved because of the Challenger League. We also love the Challenger League's promotion of special needs in the community and feels it brings more awareness and education."
    Heather Hood Johnson
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