General Information for the 2007 Little League Baseball World Series
As always, tickets are free. Howard J. Lamade Stadium, where the final rounds of the Little League World Series have been played every year since 1959, seats approximately 10,000. The hillside terraces just beyond the outfield fence, which offers excellent viewing, can accommodate up to 30,000 more fans.
Little League Volunteer Stadium, for early round games, seats about 5,000. The 2007 Series will again feature 16 teams from around the world.
World Championship Game Tickets
The general public can obtain tickets for the World Championship Game through a lottery system.
Those desiring tickets for the World Championship Game prepared a letter requesting up to four tickets (maximum) for the final game.
Little League Baseball accepted mailed requests through 2007. Requests received after February 28 were not accepted.
Little League International will notify individuals submitting ticket requests through the lottery process as to whether or not they were selected. Individuals receiving tickets must pick up their tickets at the “Will Call” window at Lamade Stadium during the week prior and/ or the week of the World Series.
If you do not receive tickets for the World Championship Game you can watch the game from the terraced hills at Lamade Stadium. Tickets are never required for the terraced hills. All you need to do is arrive and find a place on the terraced hills from which you can watch the game. You may want to bring a blanket and/or lawn chairs.
Tickets for Other Games
Although a ticket is required for the World Championship Game, you do not need a ticket for any of the other games. Seating for those games in Lamade Stadium and Volunteer Stadium is first come, first served. It is suggested if you plan to sit in the stadiums, you arrive early. You may also watch the games from the terraced hills at Lamade Stadium. Please note that game passes may be distributed upon entering either stadium to assist World Series ushers in controlling crowd size. These passes are not available in advance and will be distributed by ushers prior to the respective games.
Souvenir tickets for the terraces are available by writing to: Attention – Souvenir Terrace Tickets; Little League Baseball International; 539 US Route 15 Hwy.; PO Box 3485; Williamsport, PA 17701. Include with your request a stamped, self-addressed envelope. These souvenir tickets will be mailed in early August.
For information on accommodations, local attractions, restaurants, other events during the week of the Little League World Series, etc., please call the Williamsport/Lycoming Chamber of Commerce at (570) 326-1971 or visit their website at www.williamsport.org.
If you are arriving by car, simply take U.S. Route 15 into South Williamsport, and follow the signs to the Little League Museum/Stadium Parking. Parking is free.
A wide variety of food and refreshments is available, and Little League World Series souvenirs are also available. Pin Trading is encouraged in a special area set-aside for this purpose. Fans are encouraged to visit the Little League Sponsors area.
For the safety and enjoyment of all who attend, the following items are prohibited in the Little League Complex: alcohol, large tarps, large coolers, large bags or large containers, glass containers, plastic containers, cans or other items containing liquids/fluids, pets, solicitation, fireworks, laser pointers, knives and weapons of any kind. Items required for infants will be permitted. In keeping with the Little League tradition of teaching by example, all smoking and smokeless tobacco use is prohibited in all Lamade Stadium grandstands, exitways, rest rooms and all buildings maintained by Little League Baseball. All items brought into the complex are subject to inspection. All blankets, chairs and personal items of any kind must be removed daily.
We hope you have a great time at the Series!