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related information. If this is your first time at this
unique worldwide event, congratulations, it's the one time
every year that the world comes to Williamsport,
Pennsylvania for some serious competition....and a ton of
fun. If you're a returning visitor, we welcome and
appreciate your continued support of the Little League
Dream. Let's keep making Little League one of the greatest
sports programs in the world. We here at Little League
sincerely hope you enjoy your time at this incredible
With 300,000 or more visitors during the 11 days of the Little League Baseball® World Series, hotel space is at a premium. We regret that Little League® cannot reserve rooms for families of players, the news media or other parties.
Many rooms at hotels nearest the Little League International complex are booked far in advance of the World Series. However, cancellations do occur, we encourage you to check back with your preferred hotel providers.
For a quick guide of hotels in the surrounding areas click HERE.
River Valley Transit (RVT) coordinates the “Little League® Express” shuttle during the Little League Baseball® World Series. The “Little League® Express” shuttle transports guests between the Little League® Complex, located in South Williamsport, and the Trade & Transit Center located at 100 West Third Street, Williamsport, PA 17701.
The shuttle operates each day of the Series, beginning Thursday, August 15 through Sunday, August 25. The shuttle will depart the Trade & Transit Center every 30 minutes on the hour and half hour. The shuttle will depart the Little League® Complex every 30 minutes at 15 minutes and 45 minutes after the hour.
“Little League® Express” shuttle passes may only be purchased through River Valley Transit at the Trade & Transit Center or from a “Little League® Express” driver. “Little League® Express” passes cost either $5 or $10. A $5 “Little League® Express” pass is good for unlimited rides between the Trade & Transit Center and the Little League® complex. A $10 “Little League® Express” pass is good for unlimited rides on the “Little League® Express” and all River Valley Transit routes.
For additional information about the River Valley Transit “Little League® Express” shuttle please call 570-326-2500.
Williamsport and Lycoming County offer a variety of activities and fun for family members of all ages. If you are an outdoor enthusiast, Lycoming County is definitely the place for you. As the largest county in Pennsylvania, the outdoor activities are plentiful. There are sporting events, campgrounds, trails for hiking, biking and ATV riding, areas for hunting, fishing, boating and more. Make some time to enjoy all the activities Lycoming County has to offer.
For more information visit www.vacationpa.com.
As always, admission onto the Little League Baseball World Series complex is free and there is no cost for Little League Baseball World Series tickets.
Howard J. Lamade Stadium, where the final rounds of the Little League Baseball World Series have been played every year since 1959, seats approximately 3,300. The hillside terraces just beyond the outfield fence of Lamade stadium, which offers excellent viewing, can accommodate up to 30,000 more fans. Little League Volunteer Stadium, where early round games are also played, seats about 3,000.
There is limited General Public seating in Lamade Stadium and Volunteer Stadium for all games.
Seating for Thursday, August 15 to Thursday, August 22, General Public seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis on the day of the game(s). General Public seating tickets/passes may be distributed prior to the respective games by Little League Baseball World Series ushers/personnel upon entering Lamade Stadium/Volunteer Stadium to assist World Series ushers/personnel in coordinating seating. These General Public tickets/passes, if utilized, are not available in advance.
Seating for Championship Weekend, Saturday, August 24 to Sunday, August 25, which includes the International Championship game, the United States Championship Game and the Little League Baseball World Series Championship Game, General Public tickets, if available, will be distributed prior to the respective games each day. General Public tickets for these games, if available, may be obtained at the Will Call Window which is located behind Lamade Stadium towards the third base side. General Public tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis and each individual in line may obtain only one ticket.
Seating is also available on the famous “hill” or terraces overlooking the outfield fence of Lamade Stadium, where no ticket is required. Souvenir tickets for the terraces are available at the Will Call Window. (Again, however, these tickets are not required for seating on the terraces.)