The Little League World Series announced Friday there will be no general public spectators this year due to concerns of the Delta variant and the rise in COVID-19 cases.
Little League International has said they made the difficult decision to close the 2021 Little League Baseball World Series to the general public and cancel its updated public attendance policy and will not distribute 3,000 daily Complex Access Tickets.
The Little League Baseball World Series is scheduled from August 19-29, with the top two teams from the eight U.S. Region Tournaments, currently in progress, advancing to Williamsport.
Each of those teams will receive 250 team passes for their friends, families, and community members. Additional passes have been committed to high level volunteers and supporters, which will still be honored.
All spectators, regardless of vaccination status, will also be strongly encouraged to wear a face mask when on the complex, especially while in any indoor facility during their visit.