The states of Ohio and Michigan will have one additional matchup added to their calendars this year.
The Hamilton (Ohio) West Side Little League team will face off against the Taylor (Mich.) North Little League team Sunday to decide the 2021 Little League World Series champion.
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These two teams have faced off once before on their way to this matchup in Williamsport, Pa. They squared off in the final of the Great Lakes Regional, with Taylor North getting the better of Hamilton West Side to win the title.
Michigan has won only one Little League World Series title: in 1959, when Hamtramck National defeated West Auburn (Calif.) 12-0 in the final. Ohio has not won the Little League World Series.
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What channel is the Little League World Series championship on today?
TV channel: ABC
Live stream: ESPN+ | fuboTV (7-day free trial)
ESPN/ABC will wrap up its coverage of the Little League World Series with the final game set to air on ABC.
Karl Ravech will be on play-by-play while Jessica Mendoza and Kyle Peterson will provide analysis. Julie Foudy will be the field reporter.
What time does the Little League World Series championship start today?
Game: Ohio vs. Michigan
Date: Sunday, Aug. 29
Time: 3 p.m. ET
The consolation game between South Dakota and Hawaii is slated to start at 10 a.m. ET; five hours later, ABC will carry the championship matchup between Ohio and Michigan.
Live stream for LLWS final
There are several options for fans who don’t have cable but are hoping to catch a glimpse of the final Little League World Series clash.
ESPN’s streaming service, ESPN+, will carry the game, but viewers can stream it on services that offer ABC as well.