Leagues & Tournament Divisions

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National Allball Association League and Tournament Divisions

 

·         Community

·         Club

·         Districts

·         Regions

·         National

Community & Club Level Leagues:

Each local level of the National Allball Association has divisions which are separated by age.
The following are the boys and men’s divisions:

·         Rookie Division ages 5-10

·         Junior Division ages 11-14

·         Varsity Division ages 15-18

·         Adult Division ages 18 and over

·         Major League Allball ages 18 and over for Professional Players

·         Silver Division ages 40 and over

·         Golden Division ages 55 and over

 

The girls and women’s divisions are as follows:

·         Women’s Rookie Division ages 5-10

·         Women’s Junior Division ages 11-14

·         Women’s Varsity Division ages 15-18

·         Women’s Adult Division ages 18 and over

·         Women’s Major League Allball ages 18 and over for Professional Players

·         Silver Division ages 40 and over

·         Golden Division ages 55 and over

 

Allball programs operate within specific boundaries. A township makes up the Community Level.
Each township sets its own boundaries forming their local leagues.

·         The Rookie Division should have leagues for 5-6 yr olds, 7-8 yr olds, 9-10 yr olds.

·         The Junior Division should have leagues for 11-12 yr olds, 13-14 yr olds.

·         The Varsity Division should have leagues for 15-16 yr olds, 17-18 yr olds.

·         The Adult Division will have one age group of 18 and over.

·         The Silver Division will have one age group of 40 and over.

·         The Golden Division will have one group of 55 and over.

 

AGE BRACKETS:

·         Rookie Brackets 6U, 8U, 10U

·         Junior Brackets 12U, 14U

·         Varsity Brackets 16U, 18U

All Community Level programs may alter their age groups based on participation.
But in District play the age groups above will be those used in the tournament format.

After your local league season each program will pick their all-star team to participate in the tournaments.

Club Level Leagues:

Club Leagues have no boundaries.  A Club Team is a roster of players that do not follow the township boundaries of the Community Level.
 Divisions will be the same as the Community Level. Each league will also have a District, Regional and National Tournament.

District Tournament:

This is the first step in the Allball Tournament. A district is made up of Community Level and Club Level Leagues within a common boundary.
These boundaries will be by county. In instances where a county has a limited number of team’s locals may be placed in another county for district purposes.

The tournament winners will proceed to the regionals.

Regional Tournament:

There will be 8 regions strategically located throughout the country.
Each regional winner will meet at the nationals.

National Tournament:

The National Tournament will feature the 8 regional winners in a bracket format.
This will crown a National Champion. The location will be determined.

Professional Leagues:

These leagues are not established. All players that are involved in our Farm Division will be placed in the Professional Draft to be announced.