What channel is the Little League World Series on? Full TV schedule, live stream for 2019 LLWS

Williamsport, Pa., becomes the epicenter of the baseball world for 10 days in August when the best youth baseball teams converge for the 2019 Little League World Series.

Sixteen teams – eight from the United States and eight International squads – of 11- and 12-year-olds will play in the 73rd iteration of the tournament, which has featured several numerous future major leaguers over the year.

Honolulu, Hawaii’s Little League team won the 2018 World Series, although a different city – Wailuku – will be looking to keep the title in the state in 2019. Taiwan has won more championships (17) than any other international team, but Japan has five titles this decade.

A team from the United States has won the LLWS 27 times, led by California (seven).

Here is all of the information you need to watch the 2019 Little League World Series, including the full game schedule and list of TV channels for each.

MORE LLWS 2019: Full schedule | Scores

What channel is the Little League World Series on?

Every 2019 Little League World Series game will be broadcast live on either ESPN, ESPN2 or ABC.

You can also live stream the LLWS online at ESPN.com, by subscribing to ESPN+ or via the WatchESPN app on most mobile devices.

Little League World Series games today

The Little League World Series schedule takes a break Friday with the final four now set. Both semifinal games will be played Saturday.

Friday, Aug. 23

No games.

Scores will be updated above as games go final. Here is the full LLWS live scoreboard.

2019 Little League World Series schedule

Saturday, Aug. 24

Game #MatchupTime (TV channel)
Game 27Japan vs. Caribbean (International final)12:30 p.m. ET (ABC)
Game 28West vs. Southwest (U.S. final)3:30 p.m. ET (ABC)

Sunday, Aug. 25

Game #MatchupTime (TV channel)
Game 29L27 vs. L28 (Consolation)10 a.m. ET (ESPN)
Game 30W27 vs. W28 (LLWS final)3 p.m. ET (ABC)

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