2024 Registration is now closed.


Registration is now closed for the 2024 baseball season.  Thank you for your interest in Collingwood baseball. We look forward to a great season!

PLEASE NOTE the different links based on age and SSMBA and Rep/Select Registration (+$100). Please click on the appropriate link below to register your child, based on their age and division. 

6U (2018/2019) Registration 2024

7U (2017) Registration 2024

9U (2015/2016) Registration 2024

11U (2013/2014) Registration 2024

13U (2011/2012) Registration 2024

15U (2009/2010) Registration 2024

18U (2006,2007,2008)

Rep and Select Registration 

9U Select (2015/2016)

10U Rep (2014) & 11U Rep/Sel (2013/2014) Registration 2024

13U Sel (2011/2012) Registration 2024

14U Rep (2010) & 15U Sel (2009/2010) Registration 2024

16U Rep (2008) Registration 2024

18U Rep (2006/2008) Registration 2024

Don’t forget to check out our merch site!

Refund Policy:

Refunds will only be provided if a written request is received. Please submit your request for refund to Collingwood Minor Baseball Association at

Refunds prior to May 1st will be granted a refund, minus a $25 administration fee.

Refunds between May 1st – May 31st will be granted a refund of 50% of the registration fee.

No refunds will be considered after May 31st.


Join the Club

Become a Coach

Collingwood Minor Baseball Association is looking for responsible, caring adults to help coach in our league. Training is provided to both new and returning coaches.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How do I volunteer?

A. At the time of intial registration, you can indicate your willingness to volunteer/coach. Or contact us at The convenor of the division you have chosen will be in contact to filling out a coaches form and getting a valid Criminal Record Check completed which includes a Vunerable Sector Screening. All information will be submitted to the Executive Committee for approval.

Q. I cannot commit fulltime, but still want to volunteer…how can I help?

A. We understand everyone has different availability. If you are unable to be head coach because of scheduling conflicts, we would still welcome your help as an assistant coach. Please indicate your interest on the registration form at the time of registration. We also require Team managers and volunteers for various events throughout the season.

As a new coach you must take take an introductory course online as well as attend an initiation clinic. Select and Rep coaches require more training. All coaches are required to sign up at

Visit our teamsnap page and our more info page for additional information about coaching in our league.


Become a High School Volunteer

Looking to fulfill your volunteer hours or just want to volunteer for a great organization?

Did you know in order to graduate high school you are required to fulfill 40 hours as a volunteer in the community?

Look no further. Collingwood Minor Baseball wants you.

Become an assistant coach for our T-Ball and Junior and Senior Rookie Teams, or help during our Baseball Bonanza Day.

Email for more info.

Become an Umpire

Youth Umpires Wanted!

Collingwood Minor Baseball Association is looking for responsible youth to become umpires in our league.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How do I become a umpire with Collingwood Minor Baseball?

A. You must be at least 12 years old. All umpires are required to take an OBA clinic to become certified.

Q. I am only availble to umpire certain days of the week. Is the umpire schedule flexible?

A. Yes, many of our umpires play on sports teams themselves, or have other committments on other days of the week. Our schedulers only assign to umpire games on days that you have indicated that you are available.

Q. What is the umpire uniform and do I need to provide my own?

A. A uniform includes the umpire shirt, cap, plate brush, counter and belt pouch. Additionally umpires are required to wear medium grey coloured pants, a black belt and black shoes. Umpires are expected to wear this uniform EACH time they step on the field, with no exceptions.

Q. What kind of equipment does an umpire wear?

A. Once umpires have advanced to the Tyke/Mosquito age group, they will be required to use shin pads, an umpire mask as well as a chest protector.

Q. Will I get yelled at?

A. While baseball is a highly competitive game, there are rules in place in order to keep arguments at a minimum, as well as to protect the umpires. Collingwood Minor Baseball Association has zero tolerance for abuse to our umpires. If there are problems, you are always encouraged to contact the Umpire-In-Chief and he will ensure that the situation is looked into.

Q. What is the pay rate?
A. The pay rate for umpires in Collingwood depends on the age level you umpire. Umpires will officiate all games between the Sr Rookie Level (6-7 year olds) and the Junior Level (Ages 19+), at the house league, select, and Rep levels. The higher the age level the higher the pay rate. The pay rates are between $25 to $60 per game.

All first year umpires should expect to begin umpiring at the Junior Rookie and Rookie age groups for house league games only. With experience, umpires advance to older divisions.

Training is provided for both new and returning umpires. As a new umpire, you must register with Baseball Ontario and create a profile to register for our clinic in Collingwood. You can register for any of the level 1/2 clinics available.

For more information, visit  or email Our affliate is York Simcoe Baseball Association. Our club name is Collingwood.

See More Info page for additional information about umpiring in our league.

Become a Sponsor

If you are interested in becoming a club sponsor,  we’d love to hear from you, please contact us at

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