We are the BC Baseball and Baseball Canada affiliate for the Guildford / Fleetwood area of Surrey. For over 40 years, we have taken pride in helping youth of all skill levels to achieve goals, learn the game, make friends, and HAVE FUN!
Phone: (604) 582-7387
Congratulations to the Surrey 15u Bantam A team for winning Gold at the Valley of Champions Tournament in Kelowna
Congratulations Alexander Holtz who has been selected to be one of the bursary recipients for 2023
2022 Bantam AA Gold Medal Champions at The Valley of Champions Tournament in Kelowna
The Document below is how to register and then receive your NCCP number.
Once you have that you can follow the steps to get your coaching levels.
It shows what levels/course are needed at the different age levels and for Provincials/Westerns and/or Nationals.
Any questions please don't hesitate to send me an email.
Coach Development Director
Congratulations to Surrey Reds 11U Mosquito A team for winning Gold at the 2023 Kathy Thomas Memorial Tournament
Congratulations to the Surrey Canadian Red 18U Midget AA team for winning Silver at the 2023 Kathy Thomas Memorial Tournament
Congratulations to the 15u Bantam A Surrey Newton Canadian team for winning Silver at the 2023 BC Minor Baseball Provincials
Congratulations Dylan McKay who has been selected to be one of the bursary recipients for 2023
Congratulations to our 15U Bantam AA team for winning GOLD at the 2023 Valley of Champions Baseball Tournament.
Congratulations Kent Tsuyuki who has been selected to be one of the bursary recipients for 2023
13U Peewee AA Surrey Newton team at Ross Tournament in Newton. Congratulations on the Silver Medal!
Surrey/Newton 15U Bantam AA win Gold in Ross Tournament in Newton
2022 Tier 2 Midget AA 2nd place team: Surrey Diamond backs
Congratulations to Bantam A - Surrey White Sox for their 2nd place finish in Spring 2022 Tier 1 Playoffs!
This fundraising campaign has been created in memory of the late Caroline Schellekens, who served as an executive member of SCBA, and who passed away in April 2022. Funds raised will support future park enhancements that will be directed by the Foundation with input from the City of Surrey, Mr. Craig Joncas (husband of the late Caroline Schellekens), and the SCBA.