At the core of the Little League® program is the more than one million volunteers who dedicate their time to providing children in their community with a fun and memorable experience. To celebrate their support and plan for the future of the organization, Little League International is pleased to once again bring all its volunteers together as part of its Region Roundtables in 2024 and the 29th International Congress in 2026.
“Volunteers are the foundation of the Little League program, and our International Congress and Roundtable events give us the opportunity to hear first-hand from our highest level of volunteers as we continue to grow our program and provide the best possible experience to children all around the world,” said Stephen D. Keener, Little League President and CEO. “We look forward to bringing everyone together at our five U.S. Region events in 2024, and in Indianapolis in 2026, as we work with our millions of dedicated volunteers to make the Little League experience more memorable each year.”
2024 Little League Region Roundtables
First established in 2012, the Region Roundtables provide an opportunity for District Administrators and Assistant District Administrators to gather in their respective region, and to participate in educational sessions, rules and regulations discussions, International Board of Director elections, and more.
During the 2024 Region Roundtables, attendees can look forward to an engaging weekend with fellow volunteers and Little League staff in an effort to chart the course for the future of Little League. Below are the dates and locations for the five U.S. Region Roundtable events:
- West Region: January 19-21 – Anaheim Hilton (Anaheim, California)
- Southwest Region: February 8-11 – Hilton Houston Post Oak by the Galleria (Houston, Texas)
- Southeast Region: March 1-3 – Embassy Suites by Hilton Greenville Golf Resort and Conference Center (Greenville, South Carolina)
- East Region: March 8-10 – Hilton Providence (Providence, Rhode Island)
- Central Region: March 15-17 – Westin Cincinnati (Cincinnati, Ohio)
Held every four years, the U.S. Region Roundtable meetings are conducted by members of the Little League Region and International Staff. A key component to the meeting is to have each of the D.A.s review and discuss suggested rule and regulation changes with their regional peers. This discussion is necessary to gain the knowledge of how the rule or regulation would impact constituent leagues.
Specific details about each of the U.S. Region Roundtable events, including travel stipends, hotel reservation links, schedules, agendas, and more, will be communicated directly to District Administrators over the coming months. For more information on the Region Roundtable events, visit LittleLeague.org/RegionRoundtables.
2026 Little League® International Congress
Following an exciting gathering at the birthplace of Little League in 2022, Little League® International is pleased to announce that the 29th Little League International Congress is set to take place in Indianapolis, Indiana, on February 6-9, 2026.
First launched in 1956, the Little League International Congress is held every four years to help chart the course of the world’s largest organized youth baseball and softball program. More than one thousand Little League volunteers from around the globe attend the Little League International Congress, with nearly 450 attending as volunteer District Administrators, or delegates, who serve as liaisons between the local leagues and Little League International.
During the Congress event, all the attendees are provided with unique opportunities that include being educated on Little League’s initiatives, opportunities, and potential future rule and regulation changes while providing input to enhance the program for communities all around the world. Little League International is continuing to bring new, exciting opportunities to enhance the event for all Little League volunteers.
More details, as they become available, will be communicated directly with District Officials and other potential attendees closer to the event. To learn more about the Little League International Congress, including a history of previous events, visit LittleLeague.org/Congress.