BBF releases league structure for 2011 season

51 adult teams will play at four levels and in ten divisions during the 2011 British Baseball season, according to the league structure released by the British Baseball Federation on March 30.

The British Baseball Federation has released the league and divisional structures for the 2011 baseball season that will begin for all leagues on Sunday, April 17.

51 adult teams will play at four levels and in ten divisions during the 2011 season.

The flagship National Baseball League has expanded again this year, to 10 teams in two pools.

The AAA level will have North and South divisions, with four teams in the North and six in the South.

At AA level, there will be North and Midlands divisions with five teams each and two South divisions with seven teams in one and six in the other.

At A level, there will be two divisions, both in the South, and both with four teams each.

The playoff and National Championship structure that will emerge from these divisions will be announced by the BBF shortly.

Meanwhile, here is how the teams will line up for play this season.


Pool A
Bracknell Blazers
Croydon Pirates
Essex Arrows
Richmond Flames
Southampton Mustangs
Pool B
Herts Falcons
Lakenheath Diamondbacks
London Mets
Mildenhall Bulldogs
Southern Nationals



AAA North
Halton Jaguars
Liverpool Trojans
Manchester A’s
Menwith Hill Patriots
AAA South
Bracknell Blazers II
Bristol Badgers
Essex Redbacks
London Metros
Oxford Kings
Richmond Knights


AA North
Bolton Robots of Doom
Humber Pilots
Manchester Torrent
Oldham North Stars
Sheffield Bladerunners
AA Midlands
Birmingham Maple Leafs
Leicester Blue Sox
Leicester Blue Sox II
Milton Keynes Bucks
Nottingham Rebels
AA South 1
Brentwood Stags
Croydon Pirates III
Essex Archers
Essex Redbacks II
Kent Mariners
Latin Boys
AA South 2
Guildford Mavericks
Herts Hawks
Poole Piranhas
Richmond Dragons
Thames Valley Bisons
Windsor Bears


A South 1
Braintree Rays
Cambridge Royals
Herts Raptors
Old Timers
A South 2
Guildford Mavericks II
London Marauders
Southampton Mustangs II
Tonbridge Baseball Club
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