Little League Softball® World Series

Girls from around the world come not only to compete against one another, but create life-long friendships and lasting memories. During the International Tournament each summer, the ESPN Family of Networks broadcast every softball division World Series game, as well as every U.S. Little League Softball Regional game, to millions of fans around the world.

Every year, during tournament time, teams from around the world battle through District, Section, State, and Region to earn the right to travel to their respective Softball World Series where they can represent their region and play against the best to see who will be crowned a Softball World Series Champion.

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Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Little League International, under the direction of its Board of Directors, made the difficult decision to cancel the Little League World Series and Region Tournaments at all divisions for the 2020 season. More information can be found at LittleLeague.org/Coronavirus.

Little League Softball® World Series

  • Eligible Age: 10- to 12-year-olds
  • Location: Greenville, North Carolina; 1st Season in Greenville; 47th Season Overall in 2021
  • 2019 Champion: Southeast Region – Rowan Little League (Salisbury, N.C.)
  • 2020 Dates: August 12-19 (CANCELED)
  • 2021 Dates: August 11-18
  • 2022 Dates: August 10-17

Junior League Softball World Series

  • Eligible Age: 12- to 14-year-olds
  • Location: Kirkland, Washington (Everest Park); 22nd Season in Kirkland; 22nd Season Overall in 2021
  • 2019 Champion: Southeast Region – Tampa Bay/Interbay (Fla.) Little Leagues
  • 2020 Dates: August 2-8 (CANCELED)
  • 2021 Dates: August 1-7
  • 2022 Dates: July 31 to August 6

Senior League Softball World Series

  • Eligible Age: 13- to 16-year-olds
  • Location: Sussex County, Delaware (Lower Sussex Little League Complex); 20th Season in Lower Sussex; 45th Season Overall in 2021
  • 2019 Champion: Southwest Region – Texas District 9 Little League (Waco, Texas)
  • 2020 Dates: August 3-9 (CANCELED)
  • 2021 Dates: August 2-8
  • 2022 Dates: August 1-7