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1976 Little League World Series

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The 1976 Little League World Series was the 30th Little League World Series. A Japanese team won for the third time, as Chofu from Tokyo beat Campbell, CA 10-3 in the finale. Kiyoshi Tsumura of Japan tossed the second perfect game in LLWS history, doing so against Germany's Kaiserslautern club. No future major leaguers appeared but a future NHL All-Star, Ray Ferraro, played for Trail, BC. Taiwan's entry was managed by Huan-Hsun Song.

Participants[edit]

United States Teams International Teams
Region City League Region City League
Central Flag of Iowa.svg Des Moines, IA Windsor Little League Canada Flag of Canada.jpg Trail, BC Trail Little League
East Flag of Connecticut.svg Bristol, CT Forestville Little League Europe Flag of Germany.jpg Kaiserslautern Kaiserslautern Little League
South Flag of Virginia.jpg Richmond, VA Tuckahoe National Little League Far East Flag of Japan.gif Tokyo Chofu Little League
West Flag of California.svg Campbell, CA Campbell Little League Latin America Flag of Puerto Rico.gif San Juan Puerto Nuevo Little League

Results[edit]

Game Results[edit]

Bracket[edit]

Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                         
 San Juan 9  
 Trail, BC 4  
   San Juan 0  
   Tokyo 4  
 Tokyo 25
 Kaiserslautern 0  
     Tokyo 10
   Campbell, CA 3
 Campbell, CA 7  
 Bristol, CT 0  
   Campbell, CA 3
   Richmond, VA 0  
 Richmond, VA 4
 Des Moines, IA 3  




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