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Flames 2024 Tryouts will be held on May 1-2, 2024 at Ray Park.


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What is the Burlingame Summer All Stars Program?

The Burlingame Summer All Stars Program, aka "Flames" fields teams in the 8U, 10U,12U and 16/18U divisions and runs from May through July. The teams will play between 5 and 7 tournaments during the summer. The focus of the program will be to advance skill development and fundamentals, high-level gameplay, and continue their love of the sport.

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FAQs for Burlingame Girls Softball Summer All Stars Tournament Program

Q: What is the Burlingame Girls Softball Summer All-Star Tournament program? 

A: It is a selective and competitive softball program called Burlingame Flames, which forms teams to compete at various levels.

Q: What are the age divisions for the tournament teams? 

A: Teams will be formed for the following levels: 8Rec, 8C, 10B, 10C, 12B, 12C, 16/18U.

Q: How many players will be on each team? 

A: Each division will have up to 2 tournament teams with approximately 12 players each.

Q: What is the time commitment for tournament teams? 

A: Players should expect 2-3 practices per week and 5-7 tournaments throughout the season, which runs from May 7th to July 24th.

Q: Are there any fees associated with participating in the tournament teams? 

A: Yes, fees range from $500-575 for 8U and $575-625 for 10U/12U. This includes uniforms, city fees, equipment fees, insurance, tournament entry fees, and team gear.


Q: When and where are the tryouts for the All-Star teams? 

A: Tryouts for the different age divisions are as follows:
8U: May 2nd, Ray Park, Registration 4:30 pm, Tryouts 5-6:30 pm
10U: May 3rd, Ray Park, Registration 4:30 pm, Tryouts 5-6:30 pm
12U: May 3rd, Ray Park, Registration 6:15 pm, Tryouts 6:45-8 pm

Q: How do I register my player for tryouts? 

A: Complete the sign-up form by Friday, April 28th, EOD.

Q: Is there a parent meeting?

A: Yes, a parent only information meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 26th, from 7:30-8:30 pm at the Burlingame Recreation Center.

Q: What is the Burlingame Blaze? 

A: Burlingame Blaze is a development team for players who are not selected for the 10U/12U All-Star teams but still wish to continue playing through the summer.

Q: Who do I contact if I have more questions? 

A: Please email for any further inquiries.

What is the time commitment of the Flames All Star Families for the Billie Sue Tournament?

The 29th Annual Billie Sue tournament on June 9-11 is a Burlingame-hosted tournament, which is a significant event to plan and manage. It is made possible only because of parents and other volunteers from the community, so we do expect 100% participation through a minimum of 6-hours of volunteer activity (field prep, concessions, etc.) per family to support this annual Burlingame Girls Softball tradition. 

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