About FSA

Dedicated to Youth Athletics for More Than 50 Years

Fairmount Sports Association provides community baseball/softball on The Ben Franklin Parkway ball fields in Center City, Philadelphia, serving hundreds of children from all surrounding neighborhoods since 1963.


Walk In Registration -10AM-12 Noon Saturdays and Sundays, January 26 and 27th and February 2nd-3rd at Lloyd Hall Recreation Center

Lloyd Hall Recreation Center is located at One Boathouse Row off Kelly Drive. Free Parking is available in the adjacent parking lot.

Our Registration Fees have not changed. See Details, including Early Bird Discount.

On-Line Registration is available now.


See Important Dates for a list of all upcoming events during the 2019 Season.

About Fairmount Sports Association

FSA offers league play for boys and girls; T Ball typically involves age groups (boys and girls) starting at 4 years old up thru 6 years old; Girls Softball begins at the rookie level for ages 7-9, junior level for girls ages 10-12 and a senior level league for girls ages 13-16 years of age. If total registrants are not sufficient to produce separate girl’s leagues; leagues may be merged to create a single rookie – junior league. Boy’s baseball begins at the rookie level (7-9 age groups), Junior or Pony League (10-12 age groups) and senior league (13-16) years of age (older boys league is wooden bat only).

July 1 is the age cut-off for league eligibility; no exceptions.

You can get more details about the different leagues and find out which league is most appropriate for your child.

All of the FSA teams are comprised of children of all different backgrounds and abilities and everyone is welcome to participate. 

Fairmount Sports Association is an all-volunteer organization so your help and participation is necessary to help make each season a success at an affordable price for families!

FSA plays its games on the three baseball diamonds located on the Ben Franklin Parkway. There is a field house located at 23rd and Pennsylvania Avenue, just steps from the Philadelphia Museum of Art with a beautiful backdrop of Center City skyscrapers.