2019 Youth Registration Open

u15 team_8761Registration for Guildford Youth Baseball is now open. You can either download the registration form the link on this page, or here, and email it back to the club at this address. Or you can fill one out at your first session. For new players, the first session is free, so you don’t have to commit until after you have tried it out. All new members receive a club cap and t-shirt.

2019 Youth Registration Form

With MLB bringing the Yankees and Red Sox over to the UK this summer for a couple of regular season games at the end of June, we expect there to be an increase in demand to play the game. So get a head start and join in today.

Some key dates for the season are:

Sun 3rd March – Start of Youth indoor pre-season training

Sat 6th April – Start of Youth outdoor season

Wed 1st May – Start of midweek Youth training

Sat 27th July – End of regular Youth season

Sept 7/8 or 14/15 – Youth National Championships (exact dates still to be confirmed)

We welcome all players, regardless of ability. The majority who join us have not played before, so we always focus on the basics of the game. Our Saturday sessions are a mix of in-house sessions and games against other club in the South East. Players are assigned by age group, although it is possible to move up if the coaches/parents, feel the challenge would be beneficial for the child.

u13 team_9007Guildford Baseball Club coaches are all DBS certified and have completed Safeguarding Training, all of which are overseen by the Clubs Child Protection Officer (CPO). There are First Aiders present at all sessions.

Not only are we always on the lookout for more players, we also need more volunteers. Both those with baseball skills to assist coaching, but also those who can help out with administration, marketing, umpiring, ordering, scoring, facilities etc. So don’t be shy!

If you wish to find out more, then please email the club

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