Learn to Play - U7 - TimBits Program

Welcome to the ‘learn to play’ division. This is the starting point for softball, where we introduce the rules through games and activities in a fun and active way. Location is still TBD.

Sessions will run 1 hour once per week, either Tuesday or Thursday. You will choose your preference during the registration process.

Your child is sure to enjoy learning softball in this fully developed Softball BC (SBBC) program.

Birth Years: 2017 & 2018

Session Days: Tuesdays or Thursdays

Birth Year: 2019

Session Days: Wednesdays.

Session Times: 1 hour per week. 30 minutes of skills & 30 minutes of game play.

2 sessions per evening.

Equipment needed: runners, glove, and helmet

2024 Registration Fee: $100 (not eligible for Early Bird pricing)

All “new to softball” players are also required to purchase a lifetime membership to Softball BC of $10.

This must be done through Softball BC before you complete the LFA registration process. Please follow this link to get your Softball BC membership. Softball BC Number Purchase

Click here to Register Now.

Volunteering: Amateur athletics benefits the community as a whole, strengthening community and social ties.

Like most organizations, Langley Fastball Association relies on dedicated volunteers in order to offer the very best programs possible.

As our Learn to Play families are new to softball we don't want to overwhelm anyone. LTP families will NOT be required to complete 4 hours of volunteer time per player but will be once their child moves to U8.

If you are able to commit to more, or are looking to offer a unique service that we hadn’t thought of, please contact our volunteer coordinator directly. lfavolunteerco@gmail.com


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Mailing Address only:

Langley Fastball Association
PO Box 61515
4030 200th St.
Langley, BC  V3A 1K0

We would like to acknowledge that our Langley Fastball home fields are located on the unceded, traditional territory of the Katzie, Kwantlen, Tsawwassen First Nation (Coast Salish people), and Sto:lo First Nations.