The mission of the Wayland Little League is to provide baseball and softball programs that serve players of all abilities. Wayland Little League strives to provide a positive, competitive environment with emphasis on teaching the fundamentals and the rule


Wayland Little League is an all-volunteer, "parent powered" organization who rely on as many parents and guardians like you getting involved in anyway they can.

We ask and encourage for you to get involved, without volunteers there would be no season, so please consider participating in any way you can.   

Why Should I Become a Volunteer? 
Little League Baseball and Softball is an organization designed to build good citizens. It is a program of leadership, preparing today's youth to be tomorrow's leaders. At the local level, Little League relies on a devoted legion of adult volunteers to help ensure that the organization remains structured and runs smoothly. Your local Little League program is always looking for responsible and enthusiastic individuals to support and coordinate Little League events and activities. As a volunteer, you should have a keen interest in the safety, well-being, and overall development of children. By reading further, you will discover that the benefits of volunteering are endless. You will also gain a better understanding of why you should become involved, who volunteers are, what you can do, and how you can sign up.

Who Can Volunteer?
Anyone can apply to become a volunteer. Whatever talents or skills you have, we can use them! Across the country, volunteers are grandparents, siblings, aunts and uncles, retirees, community leaders, former Little Leaguers, friends, neighbors, and more. Any community member who wishes to become a volunteer may apply.

All parents of children involved in Little League Baseball and Softball are strongly encouraged to volunteer. As a parent, volunteer, you have the opportunity to spend quality time with your child in a safe, fun-filled environment. Oftentimes, parent and child social lives parallel each other. Volunteering allows your life and your child's life to intersect on common ground, with shared interests and goals.  

What Can I Volunteer To Do?
No experience is required to become a volunteer. Most of the volunteer opportunities require little or no training. Your local league will provide you with any necessary training (as well as support and encouragement), as they deem necessary. The best volunteers are those who are able to bring added enjoyment to the game simply be being themselves. What you see during Little League games is a mere fraction of what you can do as a volunteer.

You can volunteer to help in virtually any aspect of Little League Baseball or Softball, incuding:

  • Head Coach
  • Assistance Coach
  • League Commissioner
  • Fundraising
    • Calendar Raffle
    • Team / League Sponsorships
  • Parade & Picnic
  • Baseball & Softball Clinics
  • Summer and Fall ball
  • Wayland Little League Board positions


How Do I Become A Volunteer?

  • To volunteer as a coach you should: 
  1. Indicate your intention to do so by filling out the appropriate fields when registering your child to a baseball or softball program.
  2. Complete the coach registration and background check* form for the season.
    Once the coach registration for a particular season is open you will be notified.)
  3. Successfully complete the obligatory concussion training course.
  4. Receive notification of the results of the required background checks.

For more information about coaching with Wayland Little League click here

  • To register as a volunteer with Wayland League (other than that of a coach ) please click the Register button below: 



All volunteers (Board Members, Officers, Managers, Coaches, Umpires, Team Parents, etc.) and paid Umpires need to complete the appropriate Background Check Form.  Please note that you will need to make a copy of your photo ID and include it with your form.

On rare occasions, Little League, through District Administrators and your local Board of Directors, may deny individuals the privilege of volunteering for reasons, past or present, that may be detrimental to the positive development of young people, other volunteers, and/or Little League International. When you apply to become a volunteer, you give the local Little League organization the right to conduct necessary background checks.