The Florissant Area Athletic Association (FAAA) believes everyone is a star and is dedicated to a positive experience in youth sports for all children. This site provides details of the many programs offered and the current status of those programs and events taking place.

We welcome you to join us and become a part of the FAAA Sports family.

Spring Registration in Now Open!

Player Registrations

Instructional Leagues | Baseball | Softball | PeeWee

Online Registration is Quick and Easy

Easy to follow Registration Instructions

  1. Create a new User Account
  2. Complete Parent Information
  3. Complete Player Information
  4. Submit Payment and Check out
That's it. Sweet and simple! Read more ...

Team & Coach Registration

Baseball Teams | Softball Teams

Easy, one page registration

Easy to follow Registration Instructions

  1. Create a new User Account
  2. Enter your Team Name & Select your Age Division
  3. Complete Contact Information
  4. Submit Payment and Check out
Now you're ready to ball! Read more ...

FAAA Ballpark Rules:

  •   No pets allowed in the ball park.
  •  No outside food, drink or alcohol allowed in park.
  •  Please no bikes, skateboards, roller skates or scooters allowed in park.
  •  Please no throwing of balls/hitting against buildings, doors or fences.
Need to find out where your field is located at FAAA Sports - Ballpark?
Aerial view of park
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Rainout Hotline #: 314-837-0525

Rules of Sportsmanship

  • No taunting allowed
  • No disrespectful, foul or obscene language towards the opposing team or their fans
  • No arguing with umpires at any time
  • Congratulations or Good Game at the end of the game Only ( Only positives comments will be allowed NO negatives comments...)
  • Any acts of unsportsmanlike conduct at the end of the game celebration and/or while exiting the field will NOT be tolerated and may result in a coach or player ejection from the game( You can still be ejected at the end of the game)...
  • Any ejections from a game is a minimum of 1 game suspension depending on the severity more disciplinary action may follow
  • Both coaches MUST sign the game card at the end of the game regardless of the outcome


From Wikipedia:

Sportsmanship is an aspiration or ethos that a sport or activity will be enjoyed for its own sake, with proper consideration for fairness, ethics, respect, and a sense of fellowship with ones competitors. A "sore loser" refers to one who does not take defeat well, whereas a "good sport" means being a "good winner" as well as being a "good loser" (someone who shows courtesy towards another in a sports game).

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