The Dream League is a division of First Colony Little League (FCLL) and was established in Spring 2007 as part of Little League International's Challenger Division. The Dream League roster is approximately 100 physically and/or intellectually challenged players. In addition, the league has an "Angels in the Outfield" program, where approximately 150 teenage boys and girls from Ft. Bend area schools volunteer to assist Dream League players during the game, becoming a loyal buddy in the process.
There are now two divisions: Dream League and the new Senior Dream League. Players 5-14 can register only for Dream League. Players 15-18 may choose Dream League or Senior Dream League. Players 19 and older (with no upper age limit) may only choose the Senior Dream League. While the Senior Dream League is intended for older players, it will still be non-competitive just like Dream League. (Eligibility for the Senior Dream League is based on age only. Please ignore references to grade and gender. That language is standard for the registration company site and can't be changed for our use.)
There is no cost to participate in The Dream League thanks to our generous sponsors and donors.
The League depends heavily on volunteers from the community to fill such positions as board members, managers, coaches, umpires, etc. The FCLL Board of Directors, along with several parents, The Fort Bend Independent School District and The Arc of Fort Bend initiated the Dream League to enable children with physical and/or intellectual disabilities from all over Ft. Bend County a chance to enjoy the game of baseball.