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The PHO updated its Order on Gatherings and Events with information around proof of vaccine and capacity limits for sport. 

  • Any unpaid and paid supervisor/coach/volunteer supervising or assisting with indoor youth sport MUST SHOW proof of vaccine (two doses).
    • This includes those who are paid or receive an honorarium and are not an employee.
    • This includes parents assisting with their child's participation.
  • Spectators must show proof of vaccine (two doses) at indoor sport and activities.
  • Indoor sport participants 22 and older must show proof of vaccine (two doses).
  • Youth participants (21 and under) in a child and youth sport event or program do not need to show proof of vaccination.
  • Youth 12 and older participating in sport events and programs that are primarily intended for adults must show proof of vaccine (two doses).
  • Organizers of events and programs must check proof of vaccination for indoor sport. 
  • Proof of vaccination is NOT required for outdoor sport, except where regional restrictions apply.


With respect to an inside event,

  • MMBA will continue to provide hand sanitizers at all events.
  • MMBA mandates participants to wear a mask at all times.
  • MMBA controls access to an event.
  • MMBA will continue to monitor the number of persons present and ensure that the number of persons present does not exceed the maximum number permitted for the event.
  • MMBA has the right to direct a participant to not enter an event or must leave an event where there are more persons present than are permitted.
  • MMBA will obtain proof in the form of a vaccine card that a participant has received two doses of vaccine.  If the participant is unable to provide proof in the form of a vaccine card to MMBA, the participant will not be permitted to enter or remain a place for an event or to participate in an event.
  • A participant MUST provide MMBA with proof in the form of a vaccine card of having received two doses of vaccine.
  • A participant MUST comply with the requirements and with measures, or guidance, or directions from MMBA, intended to avoid the congregation of participants.

“participant” applies to adults who are 22 years and older who may be spectators, coaches, parents, volunteers, instructors


Registration for the 2022 season is now open.  Save $20 by registering before December 31, 2021.  Pre-season training is coming in January.  You must have played in 2021 or be registered for 2022 to participate in pre-season training.


MMBA offers FREE pre-season training to all 2021 players and new registrants for 2022.  Register for the Spring 2022 season before  December 31, 2021, and you will be eligible for the free training.

Training times and locations will be set for each division once we have confirmation of the gyms we are allocated.  

Each session will focus on the basics of athleticism and baseball to help your player move better and play better.  Look forward to seeing you there.

MMBA gratefully acknowledges the FINANCIAL support of the Province of British Columbia.

Visit our Alumni under the Pride button on our Home page

NCCP Pathway Information

Click here to get all the information you need to become a fully certified baseball coach.

NCCP Coach Certification Required for 2022

NCCP is a national coaching certification pathway.  For 2022 we believe all coaches in summer baseball must be certified to a level as required for their division

Mission Minor Baseball is looking to have all coaches certified to Initiation level for 7U, 9U and 11U for spring play.  Initiation certification is an on-line component (cost is refunded to coaches by MMBA) and a four hour in person module.  Due to Covid in person clinic s have been stopped.  We will forward new information as we get it on this topic.

Take as many modules and learn as much as you want  - we pay.  MMBA pays because we value the coaches in our organization.  We believe the players of Mission Minor Baseball deserve the best informed and trained coaches possible and offering learning opportunities free of charge is one step to achieving this.

Who We Are

Mission Minor Baseball (1990) Association is a not-for-profit registered society established in 1990 in Mission, BC,  Canada, providing the framework for youth aged 4-18 to play baseball in a safe and fun environment.  

MMBA is an innovator in programming, emphasizing Long Term Athlete Development, skill development, sportsmanship, and fun. 

We welcome all interested players regardless of experience and/or ability at all age levels.  We also have our Challenger division that offers fun baseball for physically and/or mentally challenged players of all ages. 

Financial barriers do not exist as we have programs available that guarantee your player is on the field for the season.  Mission Minor Baseball gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the Province of British Columbia!

LTAD video - Must see for parents of 4-12 year olds

This video produced by Nova Scotia Sport is a great piece of work. Watch and learn.

Tournaments are Fun!

Click here to register online for River Rush or Ice Breaker

River Rush May 20 thru May 23, 2022 13U A and 15U A Registration Open

Umpire Connection

Umpire Clinics listed here

Still need an Umpire Clinic? Click on the link above.

Clinic details, rates and other important information click here

Why Kids Play Sports

Find the reasons here

Now ask your player for honesty when considering what level to play at.

Get Your Volunteer Refund

Become a valued member of the MMBA family and volunteer in 2022

Be a Head Coach or Safety Manager and get your $75 refunded!

Volunteer fees earned are paid on closing day.


  • Challengers at the 2017 Jamboree
  • 7U Tball gang practice on Saturday mornings- fun, fun and more fun
  • Yahoo we win!
  • Wow nice hit kid!!
  • I love this game!
  • Happy? Yes I am!
  • Yeahhhhhhh!!!
  • Loaded ready to fire!

Questions?? Contact Us Anytime

Dan Williams

Phone: 604-302-9377