Florida Collegiate Summer League
The Florida Collegiate Summer League is a Summer Collegiate Baseball League with five teams operating Central Florida. The FCSL was founded in November 2003 to provide a place in Florida for college players who wish to develop their skills to enter the Major League Baseball Amateur Draft to play baseball against similar players in a "festive community environment". FCSL is one of eight leagues affiliated with the National Alliance of College Summer Baseball (NACSB) - an alliance of college summer wood-bat leagues which operate following NCAA legislation.
The Floria Collegiate Summer League is partially financially funded by Major League Baseball (MLB). As a non-profit, 501c3 corporation, the FCSL mostly depends on donations from individuals, businesses and foundations in the teams’ communities.