Challenger League

Challenger Division of the North Vineland Little League
Dr. Charles Cunningham Park
N. West Ave. and Wheat Rd., Vineland, NJ

Season Delayed due to Covin-19 concerns

2020 Challenger League Schedule TBD

See 2020 Challenger League Flyer for sign ups dates and times

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Challenger League Flyer 2020 

Support 5K Run  for Challenger League May 2, 2020

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NEW FOR 2018: ARTIFICIAL TURF FIELD!!! No Cleats, Please!

Age Requirements:
Any physically or mentally challenged boys and girls age 5 to 18 years old are eligible to participate. All participants must bring proof of age and those under 18 must have a parent/guardian present during registration.

Demographic Information:
Players must live in Cumberland, Salem, Gloucester, or Atlantic Counties.

General Information:
For additional information please call: Joe (609)381-0450

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NVLL is sanctioned by the City of Vineland Recreation Commission. The City does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, marital status, familial status, religion, affectional or sexual orientation, atypical hereditary cellular or blood trait, genetic information, disability, liability for service in the United States Armed Forces or any other classification protected by Federal or State Law.

Challenger League History:
In 1990,Vineland Rotary Club President, Dr. Albert Marsh, challenged the club to construct an all-purpose handicapped accessible club house at the North Vineland Little League, Dr. Charles Cunningham Park, so that any mentally or physically handicapped boys and girls, ages 5 to 18 years old, could have the opportunity to play baseball.

In February 2004, fourteen (14) years later, ground was broken for the construction of a 40’x 136’ building consisting of a meeting room, office, equipment room, concession stand, and bathrooms, all handicapped accessible.

Vineland Rotarian, Charles Parrish and the late Luigi Tramontana Sr., chaired the construction of the project. Contributions of money and gift in kinds came from the Vineland Rotary Club, Dr. Albert Marsh (in memory of his wife, Angela) and local businesses, along with many other contributions from the community. Fellow Rotarian, Glenn Kahley, donated his time and talent as the architect for the project.

In April 2005, the Vineland Rotary Club, in keeping with Dr. Marsh’s dream, was complete and dedicated as The North Vineland Little League Rotary Center. The total cost was in excess of $400,000.00. In April 2008, three (3) years later, two Challenger League baseball teams, Delgado Electric and Dondero Jewelry with 32 kids, played their first game.