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Free SFLL LiveScan Fingerprinting Events

All of SFLL’s on-field volunteers are required to be fingerprinted, even if you have already done it for your school, employer or another youth organization.

We are offering free LiveScan fingerprinting to our members this September.  It takes just three quick minutes.  Sign up below.

**Volunteers who have been fingerprinted for SFLL in prior seasons do not have to do it again.**

Saturday, September 9, 2023, 12:00 - 1:00 PM
SFLL Tepper Field
849 4th Street, Treasure Island
San Francisco, California 94130

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Starting 6/22/23, the #1 lane eastbound off-ramp to Yerba Buena and Treasure Islands will be closed until Dec 2026.

This will be a long-term hard closure of this off-ramp. 

The San Francisco County Transportation Authority, in collaboration with Federal Highway Administration, Caltrans, Bay Area Toll Authority and the Treasure Island Development Authority, will begin construction on the West Side Bridges Retrofit Project on Yerba Buena Island.  The construction will necessitate the closure of the #1 lane eastbound off-ramp from the lower level of the Bay Bridge to Yerba Buena and Treasure Islands.

The closure of the eastbound off-ramp is part of a series of traffic changes coming to Yerba Buena and Treasure Islands as the Transportation Authority, TIDA and Caltrans, retrofit roads and on-/off-ramps that connect the islands to the Bay Bridge. 

With the closure of this off-ramp, motorists will need to change their driving habits to utilize the new eastbound Southgate Off-ramp, which was opened on May 7, 2023, as follows:

  • The new Southgate off-ramp is located along the right side (#5 lane) of the eastbound lanes of the Bay Bridge (lower deck) immediately after the Yerba Buena Island Tunnel.
  • Motorists are advised to adhere to the 50 MPH posted speed limit on the Bay Bridge and the 15 MPH speed limit on the off-ramp.
  • Motorists travelling to Treasure Island will follow the gently curving off-ramp to the stop sign at the intersection with Macalla Road, proceed forward over the hill on Macalla Road until it intersects with Treasure Island Road and turn right to go to Treasure Island.
  • Beginning June 17, the 25 Treasure Island bus will see longer travel times due to this construction, which will affect frequencies. The line will run every 20 minutes on weekdays and every 30 minutes on weekends. For more information, visit

A Caltrans-produced video available here on You Tube demonstrates the recent and upcoming changes to eastbound off-ramp access to Yerba Buena Island

Please refer to the map for additional information.

Please drive safely and share the road at all times.

​Questions?  Please contact TIDA at 415-274-0660 or

Map of upcoming changes to Treasure Island offramps.

SFLL Needs Volunteers Like You

The success of San Francisco Little League is made possible in large part thanks to the contributions of our fellow parents, alumni players,  and community members like yourself. 

Learn more and get involved today. 

Umpire Registration

We are now taking baseball & softball umpire registrations for 2023!  Umpires must be 12 years old by August 31, 2023, in order to participate.

What to do if it rains

Coaches will communicate if a game or practice status is changed.

SFLL Rain Protocol

Please check that the most current update has today's date.


Sponsored by Alto


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Alto is redefining rideshare with a fleet of luxury SUVs and professional uniformed and trained employee drivers, not contractors. In app-music selection, a do not disturb feature, and thoughtful amenities including complimentary water, chargers, and WiFi put you in control on every Alto ride. Alto will also drive children that are 13 years and older by themselves, which can definitely be useful to the busy parent!

For $20 off your first 2 rides, download the Alto app, sign up as a member to start your free 14 day trial, and enter code SFLITTLELEAGUE in the Profile > Promotions tab.

Sponsored by Cucalon & Matin Orthodontics

Cucalon & Matin Orthodontics

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Dr. Tony Cucalon and his staff are sending their love to all the SFLL players away from the baseball field this season. The San Francisco Little League is something extremely close to Dr. Cucalon’s heart. Not only did both of his sons grow up playing in the league, but he also coached in the SFLL for 6 years. During this time, Cucalon Orthodontics is offering virtual consultations, so we can get started as soon as the shelter in place is lifted. We are offering 10% off of treatment for every SFLL player that schedules a virtual or in-person consultation with us for the months of June and July. Just make sure to mention you are part of the team. Keep your head in the game champs and stay safe and healthy.

Sponsored by Plow


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Plow looks forward to future seasons of baseball for the kids of the San Francisco Little League. During the SIP we will be offering a limited take-out menu. Please call in your orders for pick up only, (415) 821-7569. Our menu is available here. Payment will be taken over the phone. A 20% gratuity will be added to each order to help support our staff. We are grateful for your support of Plow and hope to get back to serving you as soon as we can do so. Stay safe and stay healthy.

With appreciation,

Joel + Maxine

Sponsored by Young Dental SF

Young Dental SF

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Dr. Matt Young his wife, Sokie, and their two children, Joseph and Lily sends our thoughts to all the kids who will miss this season of baseball with the San Francisco Little League. Dr. Young’s dental practice is open for emergency service and in June, Comprehensive dental care will begin again.

Sponsored by Scott Lewis Landscape Architecture

Scott Lewis Landscape Architecture

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Hey Little Leaguers: No way you are out! ‘Stay in the game’ and practice as best you can. Your baseball games and teams will be back in the future. Soon you’ll be sliding safely into home and hitting the Snack Shack to celebrate.

All the best to the players, coaches, umps, and fans,

Frank Lewis, Little Leaguer 2003 – 2010
Scott Lewis, Scott Lewis Landscape Architecture

Sponsored by UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital

UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital

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The Bella/Harris family sends its best wishes to all SFLL families in this time of social isolation and no sporting events.  We miss the competition on the field, and the life lessons that come from hard work leading to success.   But, more importantly, we miss meeting new families and making new friends.  A broader connection to our San Francisco community has enriched our lives and is particularly appreciated in troubled times.  Stay well, and hope to see you down the road - on the diamond!

Sponsored by Easy Breezy

Easy Breezy

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Easy Breezy Frozen Yogurt is thinking of all the kids away from the baseball field this season, our hearts are with you and we can’t wait to see you out in the sunshine again! Until then, if something sweet would help, we are currently open for takeout and delivery at our West Portal and Noe Valley locations!!!

Ariel Ford, Owner

Help Support SFLL

Donations made to SFLL helps defray the expense of operating our Little League Baseball, Softball, and Challenger divisions, which allows us to keep registration fees affordable.

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Until the SF Department of Public Health has issued new health orders following the official State Reopening date, SFLL will continue to use our most recent Health Safety Plan until further notice. You may view it here:

Before you buy a bat...

Little League Baseball® has adopted the USA Baseball bat standard for mandated use effective January 1, 2018. 


Please make sure to check the current list of approved bats for this season (Little League has recently revoked approval for some bats):

For Emergency 911 Calls Using Cell Phones

When calling 911 on a cellular phone near a highway, the call is connected to The California Highway Patrol (CHP) dispatch center. Use the following phone numbers to call SF 911 Dispatch directly:

In San Francisco and on Treasure Island: 4 1 5 - 5 5 3 - 8 0 9 0

In the Presidio:  4 1 5 - 5 6 1  - 5 6 5 6

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