What You Need to Know About Attending the 2021 Little League® Baseball and Softball Region and World Series Tournaments
The Little League® International Tournament is one of the most iconic events in all of sports. Each year during the Little League Baseball and Softball Region and World Series tournaments, thousands of children represent their communities with the goal of making lifelong memories and winning a championship banner.
Based on the guidance provided by the 2021 Little League International Pandemic Response Advisory Commission, and in an abundance of caution for the safety and well-being of its participants, attendance will be strictly limited at all of the Region and World Series events in 2021. First and foremost, Little League International will support each team’s family and friends by proving 250 team passes for their community to come and watch their games from our stadiums. Policies regarding additional spectator options, if available, are outlined below.
While this year’s event will look much different, we thank our supporters for their understanding, and we hope to be back bigger than ever in 2022 with the 75th Little League Baseball® World Series and as we expand to 20 teams in Williamsport and 12 teams at our Little League Softball® World Series in Greenville, North Carolina.
LLB and LLS Region Locations:
- Central Region – Whitestown, Indiana
- East Region – Bristol, Connecticut
- Southeast Region – Warner Robins, Georgia
- Southwest Region – Waco, Texas
- West Region – San Bernardino, California
COVID-19 MITIGATION EFFORTS
As we continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, and in the interest in the safety of our players, volunteers, families, and visitors, all spectators to our tournaments are kindly asked:
- DO NOT ENTER IF you feel sick, have a fever, or in the past 14 days have had any symptoms of COVID-19 or exposure to someone with COVID-19.
- Unvaccinated visitors are strongly encouraged to wear masks during your visit. Vaccinated visitors may wear masks at your comfort.
- Practice physical distancing: it is recommended to keep a minimum of 6 feet from all teams and other visitors.
- Wash and/or sanitize your hands frequently and thoroughly.
- Do not crowd in lines, at common areas, or at points of interest.
- Follow all other signage, announcements, and other instructions.