Written By Edward Sutelan
After a year’s hiatus, the top Little League teams in the nation will again face off against one another to determine the very best.
The 2020 Little League World Series was called off due to the coronavirus pandemic. It will return in 2021, albeit without the presence of spectators as it has decided that due to the rising case counts due to the delta variant, it would be safest to keep the stands empty. The 2021 tournament is also without international teams due to the pandemic.
Still, the young stars from across the country will again have the chance to make the pilgrimage to Williamsport, Pennsylvania, in the hopes of capturing the LLWS title.
Here’s everything to know about the Little League World Series in 2021, including a full TV schedule plus an updated bracket and scores for every game.
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Little League World Series bracket 2021
There will be 16 teams competing in a double-elimination bracket. So those teams that lose in their first-round matchup will have the chance to fight their way back to the final. In fact, one team in each of the Hank Aaron and Tom Seaver finals will be from the elimination bracket with the other team having won each of their previous three games to play for a chance in the final.
After the Aaron and Seaver finals, the two winners will advance to the Little League World Series final in a winner-take-all game, while the other two teams will play in a consolation game.
You can download a PDF of the full 2021 Little League World Series bracket here . The tournament schedule and scores from all of the games can be found below.
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Little League World Series schedule
Little League World Series games will begin on Aug. 19 and run through Aug. 29, when the championship game will be held in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. Here is the complete TV schedule with start times and channels for each game.
Thursday, Aug. 19Game Matchup Time (ET) Channel 1 Hawaii vs. Connecticut 1 p.m. ESPN 2 Tennessee vs. Ohio 3 p.m. ESPN 3 Nebraska vs. New Jersey 5 p.m. ESPN 4 New Hampshire vs. California 7 p.m. ESPN Friday, Aug. 20Game Matchup Time (ET) Channel 5 Pennsylvania vs. Oregon 1 p.m. ESPN 6 Michigan vs. Florida 3 p.m. ESPN 7 Louisiana vs. South Dakota 5 p.m. ESPN 8 Washington vs. Texas 7 p.m. ESPN2 Saturday, Aug. 21Game Matchup Time (ET) Channel 9 Tennessee vs. New Hampshire 1 p.m. ESPN 10 Connecticut vs. New Jersey 3 p.m. ABC 11 Florida vs. Washington 6 p.m. ESPN 12 Pennsylvania vs. Louisiana 8 p.m. ESPN Sunday, Aug. 22Game Matchup Time (ET) Channel 13 Ohio vs. » Read More