Opening Day Date Change

Opening Day has been changed from Sat 3/10/18 to Sunday 3/11/18.  

We expect to have one Majors game that day.  Detailed game schedules are in progress and will be published soon.




Registration for Majors, Minors & Farm ends on 1/26/18.

Registration for T-Ball & Pioneer ends on 2/17/18.

Visit the below links for information on the upcoming 2018 Metro Little League season. 

Step 1: Check Eligibility - League Boundaries. 

If your child goes to a school that is within the Sunnyvale Metro Little League boundaries, they are eligible to play in Metro. These include: Stocklmeir, Peterson, Laurelwood, Braly and Ponderosa. 


For all others, please verify that your child lives within the Sunnyvale Metro boundaries.  Strict Little League International rules do not allow participation unless the player lives within our league boundaries. Click below to look at our boundary map. 

Step 2: Check your child's "League Age" 

Step 3: Register

 Visit our FAQ Page additional, detailed information.

Metro Championship Series Updates

Minor Division Update:

On Tuesday May 30th , the #2 seeded Giants outlasted the #3 seeded Blue Jays with a bottom of the 6th walk off 17-16 win.


On Saturday June 3rd , the #1 seeded Red Sox faced off versus the red hot Giants in a winners bracket game. In a wild, high scoring contest the Giants stayed hot and took home the win 23-18.


The Red Sox will now battle the Blue Jays in an elimination game, with both teams season on the line Monday night at Raynor. The loser goes home, and the winner will head to the championship game versus the Giants on Thursday evening at Raynor.


Major Division Update:

On Wednesday May 31st , the #2 seeded Yankees defeated the #3 seeded Giants 6-1, with a big hit being a Winston Wu grand slam in the bottom of the 5th inning to put the game away for the Yankees.


On Saturday June 3rd , the #1 seeded A’s faced the #2 seeded Yankees for the chance to go to the championship game. Both teams played well and the Yankees came out as winners with a 5-3 victory.


On Tuesday night the A’s and Giants will fight for their baseball lives in an elimination game. The winner is in the Friday night championship game versus the Yankees and the losers season is over.