Frequently Asked Questions


How much does it cost to play in Mill Creek Little League? The fees range from $50 - $325 depending on the division in which your child plays. Fee information can be found in the "League Information" section of the Web site.

Where does the fee money go? Approximately half of the MCLL funds go directly toward securing field use and maintaining those fields. The remainder is for equipment (including uniforms, balls, bats, helmets, catcher's gear, practice equipment), coach and umpire training, clinics, insurance, volunteer background checks, and Little League charter fees. All coaches and board members are 100% volunteers.

What if I'm unable to pay the registration fee? Can my child still play? Absolutely. The MCLL board does not ever want to leave a child out because of lack of finances. The "Request for Financial Assistance" form is available in the "Links and Forms" section of the Web site.

How do I pay my account balance? If you have a balance due that is not part of the Payment Plan, you can log in to your account by going through the RED "Member Log In" button in the upper-left corner of the Web page.

Why are MCLL's fees higher than some surrounding leagues? MCLL has a longer season than some other leagues. This means more field fees and equipment wear and tear. Also, some surrounding municipalities greatly reduce field usage fees for some leagues. MCLL's biggest expense is Freedom Field. The City of Mill Creek charges over $30,000 for MCLL to use the field from March-July.

Do MCLL managers, coaches or board members receive compensation? No. Little League is a 100 percent volunteer organization.

Still have questions?

If you still have questions after reviewing the various sections of the FAQ and website, feel free to e-mail: An executive board member will reply to your e-mail within 48 hours whenever possible.