12 unless your local league has their own age
Depends on the league. In my league i umpire 10 year old and i get about 20 a game and every Sunday game i get a raise so there are about 180 games so i make a decent amount for being a teenager.
A little league umpire can make anywhere from $30 for 9-10 year olds, to $80 for 14-15 year olds, in New York. That's pretty much the range I've heard for NY, NJ, CT, and PA. In California I make around 15-25 dollars a game. In Texas I make $35 for 9-10 year old. The pay generally increases by $5 per age level. In Illinois I make $20 a game but I am also 14. Furthermore my pay goes up $5 a year. If you are a true Little league Umpire you take no compensation for your service. Little League is a volunteer supported organization including umpires. If you ever plan on doing any Little League sanctioned post season games. (Regional or World Series) and have taken monies for umpiring you will be excluded.
You can start umpiring at age 16 in most recreation league sports. It usually depends on the sport. For softball, it depends on which league you want to umpire in and where.
It depends upon the game and the level of competition. Professional umpires in the US must be at least 18, but for amateur football and little league baseball games, any knowledgeable person could serve. However, state laws concerning employment and safety of minors will usually apply.
9 to 12 years old little league regulation is 46 feet mound to plate
A 12 year old can referee most hockey games if he or she knows the game, the rules and knows who to skate.
14 Years Old
18 years old
Little League International has divisional play for youth from 4 years old to 16-17
Little League is a fun sport for children. A child's Little League age is determined by the season. That being said, Little League age groups typically begin at age 5 and end at age 16.
He was 16 when he played his first Premier League game, which was with Everton in August 2002.
8 to 13
At The Age Of 8 Years Old
Depending on who runs the league and hires the umps. 14 and up are the most common ages to be selected.
Some games have 6 innings of playing, and some are 9. Usually my old team played six.
he was 95 years old
The fastest Little league pitch was 90 MPH. A twelve year old by threw this pitch. His name is Tanner Beebe.
In most areas it is 16, but up north it is about 12,14-15. You need to be at LEAST 13. You can not be 12, because 12 year olds can still play LL Majors division. As someone who has been involved with LL International for 20 years I can tell you that if LL finds a league using 12 year old umpires you could be in violation of your charter.
you only have to be 12. i think...
Not that I have been able to find, although I was able to find an old Boston Globe article published June 20, 1988 that mentions a gentleman named Ron Saloman was scheduled to work the 1988 LLWS. I have found the rosters, scores, and an overview for the 1988 LLWS and that can be accessed by clicking on the '1988 LLWS Rosters and Scores' link on this page. This data comes from the Little League website littleleague.org. You might try accessing the site and contacting them to see if they have the umpire information you are looking for. They do have a listing of umpires for the upcoming LLWS but I found nothing for 1988 umpires.
If you mean the Little League World Series, no. Like the old saying goes "If it ain't broke, don't fix it."
12 threw 13