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• Attend your child's games 

• Be a supportive parent for the manager and team 

• Communicate with the manager only in appropriate ways 

• Cheer for all players on both teams 

• Be a positive role model 

• Be there for your child whether successful or struggling for success

• Respect and support league volunteers and be prepared to “pitch in” when asked

• Understand that the game is difficult to learn and play 

• Look for opportunities to work your child on the basic skills of the game 

• Be positive and be supportive whether your team wins or loses 

• Be a model of good sportsmanship 

• Never use negative comments towards the players from either team 

• Respect the umpire’s decisions. Refrain from making the umpire’s job more difficult than it already is. Be willing to forgive the bad call, the inconsistent strike zone, or the muffed rule. There are no experts in a volunteer Little League organization.

•Volunteer in the concession stand when your team is assigned. (Read More Here on what to expect in the concession stand) Volunteering is a BIG part of Countryside Little League! 

• Respond to Questionnaires to evaluate Managers/Coaches at end of season.


• Come and enjoy the games. Help us make this fun for all the players on all teams.

• Allow the managers to run the team. REMEMBER THAT WE ARE ALL VOLUNTEERS.

• Please discuss any concerns that you have with the manager after the game and away from the team’s players.

• Set a good example for our players. Don’t yell at our umpires or opposing players.

• Volunteer to help us make this a positive experience for your child. This includes helping with team assignments for concession stand duty and also score keeping for AAA-Senior divisions.

• There are many small and/or one-time jobs that need to be done both during the season and during the off-season.

Little League Baseball and Softball offers some tips on participating as a volunteer in your local league, as well as ways you can help develop the concepts of character, courage and loyalty in your Little Leaguer.  Please click on the links below to learn more about what to expect during your families Little League experience.

Being a Little League Volunteer

5 Ways to Make Little League Season Fun

Introduction to Tee Ball

Frequently Asked Questions

Little League Parents Guide

Understanding Baseball Divisions

Understanding Softball Divisions

Little League- Privacy Policy

USA approved bats for Little League


Countryside Little League

2640-D Sabal Springs Drive 
Clearwater, Florida 33761
Phone : 727-474-2787
Email : [email protected]
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