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1979 Little League World Series


1979 Little League World Series

1979 Little League World Series
Dates August 21–
August 25
Teams participating 8
Champion Puzih Little League
Taipei, Taiwan
Runner-up Campbell Little League
Campbell, California

The 1979 Little League World Series took place between August 21 and August 25 in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. The Puzih Little League of Taipei, Taiwan defeated the Campbell Little League of Campbell, California in the championship game of the 33rd Little League World Series.


  • Qualification 1
  • Championship Bracket 2
  • Position Bracket 3
  • See also 4
  • External links 5


United States International
Grosse Pointe Woods, Michigan
Central Region
Sherbrooke, Quebec
Canada Region
Ridgewood, New Jersey
East Region
Aviano, Italy
Europe Region
Aviano Air Base
North Little Rock, Arkansas
South Region
Burns Park
Taipei City, Taiwan
Far East Region
Campbell, California
West Region
Santurce, Puerto Rico
Latin America Region
Luis Llornes Torres

Championship Bracket

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
August 21        
  Italy  4
August 23
  Canada  3  
  Italy  0
August 22
    Taiwan  18  
  Puerto Rico  0
August 25 (F/8)
  Taiwan  3  
  Taiwan  2
August 21
    California  1
  New Jersey  1
August 23
  Arkansas  3  
  Arkansas  3 Third place
August 22
    California  8  
  California  8   Italy  1
  Michigan  5     Arkansas  8
August 24

Position Bracket

  Games A & B Game D
August 22
  Canada 6  
  New Jersey 5  
August 24
      Canada 1
    Puerto Rico 10
Game C
August 23 August 24
  Michigan 0   Michigan  4
  Puerto Rico 10     New Jersey  9
1979 Little League World Series Champions

Puzih Town Little League
Taipei, Taiwan

See also

Famous people

George Tsamis - Campbell California - US championship team - Former MLB player - Manager Saint Paul's Saints

External links

  • 1979 Little League World Series
  • Line scores for the 1979 LLWS
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