1951 Little League World Series

The 1951 Little League World Series was held during August 1951 in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. The Stamford Little League of Stamford, Connecticut defeated the Austin Little League of Austin, Texas in the championship game of the 5th Little League World Series.


State Team
 Connecticut Stamford, Connecticut
 Pennsylvania Potter-McKean, Pennsylvania
 West Virginia Fairmont, West Virginia
 Florida Pensacola, Florida
 Texas Austin, Texas
 Maine Portland, Maine
 California San Bernardino, California
 Illinois Chicago, Illinois

Championship Bracket

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
 Connecticut Stamford, Connecticut  4
 Pennsylvania Potter-Mckean, Pennsylvania  2  
 Connecticut Stamford, Connecticut  11
   West Virginia Fairmont, West Virginia  0  
 West Virginia Fairmont, West Virginia  5
 Florida Pensacola, Florida  4  
 Connecticut Stamford, Connecticut  3
   Texas Austin, Texas  0
 Texas Austin, Texas  3
 Maine Portland, Maine  1  
 Texas Austin, Texas  9 Third place
   California San Bernardino, California  0  
 California San Bernardino, California  5  West Virginia Fairmont, West Virginia  5
 Illinois Chicago, Illinois  1    California San Bernardino, California  4
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