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1971 Little League World Series


1971 Little League World Series

1971 Little League World Series
Dates August 24–
August 28
Teams participating 8
Champion Tainan Little League
Tainan City, Taiwan
Runner-up Anderson Little League
Gary, Indiana

The 1971 Little League World Series took place between August 24 and August 28 in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. The Tainan Little League of Tainan City, Taiwan defeated the Anderson Little League of Gary, Indiana in the championship game of the 25th Little League World Series.

This was the first Championship Game that was decided in extra-innings. The 9 inning game is the longest Championship Game in LLWS history.


  • Qualification 1
  • Championship bracket 2
  • Consolation bracket 3
  • Notable players 4
  • See also 5
  • External links 6


United States International
Gary, Indiana
North Region
Brockville, Ontario
Canada Region
Augusta, Maine
East Region
Madrid, Spain
Europe Region
South Region
Tainan City, Taiwan
Far East Region
Oahu, Hawaii
West Region
Wahiawa American
Caguas, Puerto Rico
Latin America Region

Championship bracket

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
August 24        
  Puerto Rico  0
August 26
  Taiwan  7  
  Taiwan  11
August 24
    Hawaii  0  
  Canada  2
August 28 (F/9)
  Hawaii  3  
  Taiwan  12
August 25
    Indiana  3
  Maine  0
August 26
  Spain  5  
  Spain  0 Third place
August 25
    Indiana  7  
  Indiana  7   Hawaii  3
  Kentucky  2     Spain  1
August 27

Consolation bracket

  Games A & B Game D
August 25
  Puerto Rico 5  
  Canada 2  
August 27
      Puerto Rico 4
    Maine 0
Game C
August 26 August 27
  Maine 1   Canada  4
  Kentucky 0     Kentucky  1
1971 Little League World Series Champions

Tainan Little League
Tainan City, Taiwan

Notable players

See also

External links

  • 1971 Little League World Series
  • Line scores for the 1971 LLWS
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