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To develop baseball skills of the college baseball prospects of tomorrow by placing player needs at the focus of all efforts.



With limited roster spots available, in 2008, the Florida League started a second division to provide an opportunity for players who are not able to secure an invite for the Florida League. In concert with the Florida League's mission of being player focused, the league was created with player needs in mind. As much as possible, games would be played on the same fields that Florida League teams use. Rosters would be small to allow for maximum playing opportunity.  Scheduling will be spread out to allow for individual training regimens and proper recovery time. Costs will be controlled with centralized games and economical player fees. Lastly, for those players who are eligible to play in the Florida League, they have a chance to be seen and "called-up" when opportunities become available. 


The Division II schedule consists of 15-20 games starting in early June and concluding in late July. Teams play 2-3 games per week. Coaches utilize extra hitters and open substitution so that substitution rules do not restrict the opportunity to get players more repetitions. 


The cost for the 2022 season is $749 for a position player and $349 for a pitcher only. This does not include housing or transportation. There are no hidden fees, these are the only fees paid to the league which is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.


Division II games are played in many of the same cities where Florida League teams exist. As much as possible, games are played on the same fields that Florida League teams utilize, such as Pat Thomas Stadium, Bishop Moore High School, Foundation Academy, Sperling Sports Complex, Lake Mary Prep and Olympia High School.


Each year Florida League roster opportunities present themselves as the summer season progresses. When this happens, successful Division II players who are eligible will be considered. Each season there are anywhere between 5-15 such promotions. 


Florida League Division II is operated by the Florida Collegiate Summer League. The Florida Collegiate Summer League (Florida League) is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization that operates six teams in Central Florida. Founded in November, 2003, the Florida League provides a place in the Sunshine State for top college players to play pure wood bat baseball against top-level competition in a festive community atmosphere. The Florida League is  partially funded by Major League Baseball and is one of ten leagues affiliated with the NACSB - an alliance of college summer wooden bat leagues that adheres to NCAA rules. The Florida League is recognized annually as one of the top college summer leagues in the country by Baseball America.


Florida League Division II

477 Commerce Way
Unit 115
Longwood, FL 32750
(321) 206-9174