CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE 2018 SPRING SEASON
Rancho Buena Vista Little League Spring 2018 Registration.
2018 SPRING MANAGER AND COACH APPLICATION
RBVLL Sponsorship Application
Rancho Buena Vista Little League (RBVLL) provides year round Little League programs, tournaments and instructional opportunities for more than 400 children and teens in Vista each year. The programs teach the fundamentals of baseball, techniques, teamwork, sportsmanship and the love of the game. It is not only a fun way to learn baseball, but also teaches skills the leaguers will use both on and off the fields for years to come.

Operating RBVLL and the Optimist fields/facility we play at requires over 125 volunteers, time and money. Although our volunteers and their time are invaluable, player registration fees only provide for one third (1/3) of RBVLL’s operating expenses.

Please complete the form if you are interested in sponsorship of RBVLL programs, tournaments and instructional opportunities provided to over 400 Vista children each year.
Home Plate Grill Team Application
The RBVLL Home Plate Grill is looking for personable, talented, positive, enthusiastic, hard workers to join our team for the Fall 2017 season. Our team members deliver fast accurate and friendly service and take pride in our work. Participate in a team-oriented, high-volume, fast paced environment; learn valuable skills, and have fun! Must be a current high school student and be willing to work weekends and evenings.
RBVLL Umpire Application
The RBVLL will be conducting Junior Umpire Classes this fall during the Winter Ball season. The classes will be held on Saturdays prior to the schedule games and will include class work and on the field umpiring. The classes will be open to all boys and girls ages 10 and above.

Please fill out the form below to attend.

Medical Release
Little League Medical Release Form
Expense Request
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Rancho Buena Vista Little League (RBVLL) provides year round Little League programs, tournaments and instructional opportunities for more than 400 children and teens in Vista each year. The programs teach the fundamentals of baseball, techniques, teamwork, sportsmanship and the love of the game. It is not only a fun way to learn baseball, but also teaches skills the leaguers will use both on and off the fields for years to come.

Operating RBVLL and the Optimist fields/facility we play at requires over 125 volunteers, time and money. Although our volunteers and their time are invaluable, player registration fees only provide for one third (1/3) of RBVLL’s operating expenses.