Welcome To The Little League of The Islips. This year will mark our 72nd season serving our community

Welcome to The Little league of the Islips.
“Serving the Youth of Our Community Since 1951”

Visit our Facebook Page at
"Little League of the Islips 2020"
for announcements and updates!


(ages 4-16)

Walk-In Registration is for cash or check only,
Jan. 29th & Feb 5th, 9-12noon,
10 Wheeler Rd, East Islip, NY 11730
REGISTER ON-LINE (see link below)

Welcome to Little League of the Islips 2022 Season registration, conducted online through Active Network, the official online league management provider of Little League®.

Online registration has a secure payment process and allows families to register at their convenience from the comfort of their own home. Registration requires payment by credit or debit card.
NOTES for Walk-in and On Line Registration:
1. ALL 1st year and/or new players to the league will need to provide a copy of their birth certificate. After registering on-line, the player can either mail a copy of the birth certificate to: Little League of the Islips, P.O. Box 592, East Islip NY 11730 OR email: isliplittleleague@gmail.com.
If you attend the Walk-In, just bring a copy of the birth certificate with you.

2. ALL players must either live in the Islip/East Islip School Districts OR attend a school within those districts. (IE: St. Mary, Proof of enrollment will be required)

3. ELIGIBILITY: Player must be 4 years of age by August 31, 2022.
Player’s age determination is NOT set up by Little League of the Islip.
There is a chart set up by Little League International that all little leagues must adhere to.
Age Chart:

4. A family that is registering (4) or more players (from the same household) should NOT use the link below. To register and find out how to proceed please email


Males and females 13 years of age and older
are wanted for the Umpire Program.

There is no cost for classes. Ten classes are held in the East Islip library during an approximate 10 week period. Classes will be held from January thru March. Also, we will have training sessions on calling balls and strikes.
Upon passing the course, where the passing grade is 70%, umpire pants are required to be purchased. Hats, shirts, sweatshirts and equipment are supplied by the league.
Umpires must be available during the week and also weekends. If school or senior ball is played, a schedule can be worked out.
Anyone interested, please contact me for information to receive an application as soon as possible as classes fill up fast.
You can contact me by e-mail: rockiebaseball@yahoo.com.
Dominic Feminella, Head Umpire Coordinator

The Little League of the Islip is looking for Volunteers.

There are several ways you can help keep this organization and complex at its best. For the new season we are looking to add staff to our Ladies Auxiliary, Complex Maintenance Group and we
are always in need of coaches. (Remember, unlike other towns, the volunteers at Islip Little League maintain the entire facility and its events all year round)
Our regular season is approximately 8 weeks long. Even if you can only volunteer for an hour or two a week it is greatly appreciated.
If interested, please email: isliplittleleague@gmail.com
Volunteering is an excellent way to help our local children, see how our league runs and to help the future of this great organization.


-update 9/28/21

The Little League of the Islips would like to acknowledge:
Russ Knoth Contracting,
Certified Carting,
ESP Construction and
ABC Building Supplies
for coming to our rescue when the back Concession Std roof started leaking. These (4) companies donated the materials needed and also provided the labor to get the job done.

Without backing from people and companies like this our program and complex would not be as successful as it is. Once again, we send our heartfelt thanks for their generous support and the important role they have made in our community and in the lives of our children.


To All Families,

On behalf of Little League of the Islips, I would like to thank the families, players, League staff, and especially the coaches for participating in the August Baseball / Softball Clinic. As everyone involved is a volunteer, it really showed how much we care that, at all levels, everyone can build coordination, learn the game, develop sportsmanship, and even make friends along the way. 

We encourage families to continue seeking opportunities to continue playing ball, as the spring season is still months away. We look forward to doing more extended season activities in the future, including hosting the upcoming Tomcats travel teams!  We are hoping to also have November / early December weekend field drills as well as January / February indoor practice.

**Please consider volunteering to coach, assistant coach, or work the concession stand for future events, as success of the League depends on it. 

Should you have any questions, concerns, or suggestions for improving the experience for future Clinics or events, don’t hesitate to email me at thwprim@gmail.com

Again, thank you all for providing our Little League an opportunity to serve your children!

Warm Regards, 
Coach Tom Primiano


The complex is maintained by Volunteers!
You can do your part and help by keeping the complex clean and safe.

-Please DO NOT park in the emergency openings along the fence.
-Parking is at your own risk.
-Please make sure your car is locked and windows are up.
-If you double park, leave a field # on the windshield or
cell phone so the person you are blocking can get out.
-No pets allowed.
-If you park on the hill leading down to the complex you
are at risk of being ticketed.

  In the event of bad weather, check the website.
Cancellation/Rescheduling of games will be posted.

(Green Light: Games are ON)
(Red Light: Games/Practices are OFF or STOPPED)

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