Bellevue West Little League is one of 14 Little Leagues that make up District 9 Little League located east of Lake Washington near Seattle. It includes the Cities of Bellevue, Kirkland, Redmond, Issaquah, Sammamish, Mercer Island, and the Snoqualmie Valley from Duvall to North Bend and all the County land in between these cities.
Bellevue West Little League was founded in West Bellevue during our inagural season of 1977. Over the past 37 seasons, we have been privileged to introduce the game of baseball and softball to more than 7,500 players from Tee Ball to Majors. We are proud to provide a safe, positive environment for our players who live within the Bellevue West Little League boundary. As a Board of Directors, we are committed and driven to build the premier Little League in Washington State, providing every boy and girl within our league boundary to opportunity to play Little League baseball in a cometitive league, run by dedicated volunters who are commited to the success of our players and the West Bellevue community.
Bellevue West Little League and it's players abide by the Little League Pledge, written by Little League's late President Peter J. McGovern in 1954. The Little League Pleadge has been recited countless times during the past 60 years by more than a million players world-wide, in more than 80 countries and many languages. Bellevue West Little League is proud to take the Little League Pledge and work diligently to build a league that is founded on Little League Baseball's commitment to Character, Loyalty and Courage.
Bellevue West Little League holds monthly Board Meetings, usually the first Thursday of the month. Unless otherwise specified, meetings are at 7pm in the basement meeting room of 400 112th Avenue NE Bellevue, Washington 98004
(NE 4th and 112th Avenue NE, Building on the NE Corner). Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Little League Pledge
I trust in God
I love my country
And will respect its laws
I will play fair
And strive to win
But win or lose
I will always do my best