Installment Payment Plan:
To help parents out during the holiday time, we will offer registration fee by installments as an option.
Registration must be received by January 31st to guarantee placement on a team.Register Now
Spring Season: April to June
Summer Season: end of June to beginning of August
North Shore Baseball Association is committed to do its best in keeping players playing together on fields close to their homes and schools, whether they live in either North Vancouver, West Vancouver, Bowen Island, or Squamish. This is provided that this does not compromise team balance for that division and that NSBA is able to secure those fields. In the older divisions, which includes the “AA” and “AAA” teams, this is more challenging, but we will do our best to access fields, such as Ambleside, so it is available for players in that area.
|Division||Born in Years||Age (as of Jan. 1st)||Fee|
|26U||2003 - 1996||18 - 25||$285|
|18U||2006 - 2004||15 - 17||$270|
|15U||2008 - 2007||13 - 14||$265|
|13U||2010 - 2009||11 - 12||$235|
|11U||2012 - 2011||9 - 10||$210|
|9U||2014 - 2013||7 - 8||$170|
|7U||2016 - 2015||5 - 6||$135|
|5U||2018 - 2017||3 - 4||$90|
There are a variety of programs available to support families who require financial assistance. Please visit the following to view more information on these individual programs:
*** Neptune Terminals Home Run Program is for children aged 5 – 18 years old, through the generous support of Neptune Terminals, registrants to NSBA in financial need, and who have applied and have been found eligible by Athletics For Kids (A4K) to receive some financial support, will have any and all remaining NSBA registration fees paid for. In addition, baseball equipment may also be supplied. For further details…
To cancel registration for a player and request a refund, you must submit your request by email to NSBA Registrar
Players residing on the North Shore (North Vancouver & West Vancouver), Bowen Island, Lions Bay, and Squamish.
The North Shore Baseball Association is proudly affiliated with BC Minor Baseball. The BC Minor Baseball system is not constructed in a way that would allow players to “move up” to older divisions. BC Minor Baseball is entirely age-based with some tiering by skill level as players progress from 11U and above. At the younger ages, the system promotes long term athlete development through age-based play focused on fun, support and skill development.