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Arlanza Little League

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Below is information about Arlanza Little League's budget and operations. You can always e-mail us with any questions or comments anytime by e-mailing [email protected]

Where do my registration fees go?

The Board of Directors' mission in regards to the league's annual budget is to continue to offer an affordable program for our players and families while maintaining a sustainable budget for the league that secures its financial health and well-being for the future. The league must not only plan for yearly operating costs, but also for periodic equipment replacement, unexpected casualties (e.g., damage or theft of property), and long-term capital improvements to the ALL baseball.

Arlanza Little League is a non-profit, 100% volunteer-driven organization. All revenues are re-invested into our program to improve the high quality of what we offer our players, families and community.

Adapted for Little League International:

Many parents ask what their league’s registration fees are used for:

  • From paying charter fees ($10 per team), purchasing uniforms, playing equipment, to the field and facility maintenance, it takes significant funding to play ball each year.
  • The annual operating budget is supplemented by a variety of avenues, including, but not limited to, player registration fee(s), organized fundraisers, private and commercial donations and financial support provided through team and league sponsorships. 
  • League-wide fundraisers, money paid typically by parents goes into one of three columns in a league’s financial ledger general fund for yearly operating costs; capital fund for facility improvements; or tournament expenses. 
  • A variety of expenses that a league tends to have each year, but those can typically be covered by the revenue earned from a well-run, profitable concession stand, and other special events hosted by the league, such as local regular-season and postseason tournaments. 
  • The fields and facilities are one area where significant money can be spent each year.
  • Some examples of a local league’s on-field costs include playing equipment (hats and uniforms, bats, batting helmets, catcher’s gear, baseball and softballs) and league-owned equipment and materials (tractors, field dry, batting cages, baseline paint and detachable bases).
  • The cost of insurance on the players and facilities is also an annual consideration for the local Board. 

Little League International strongly encourages all of its leagues to be forthcoming and transparent with its finances, and invites parents to ask questions to gain a better understanding of a league’s financial operations. There is one important return on investment parents should pay attention to... a smile on a child’s face after practices and games because of a well run league. 


Arlanza Little League
7950 Philbin Ave 
Riverside, California 92503

Phone: 951-221-3820
Email: [email protected]

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