16 teams advanced to the double-elimination tournament in Williamsport, Penn.
The 16-team field for the 2016 Little League World Series is set, with eight teams from the United States and eight teams from the rest of the world angling to be the best group of 11- and 12-year-old baseball players around.
The 16 teams are split into two brackets — United States and International — that will battle for 30 games scheduled over 11 days at two stadiums beginning Thursday in Williamsport, Penn.
The tournament is double elimination on each side of the bracket, with the United States winner and International winner playing a single game for the Little League World Series championship on Sunday, Aug. 28.
In addition to the 30 games, there are also two consolation games — to be played on Aug. 22-23 — between the first four teams to lose twice in the tournament.
International teams have won the Little League World Series 36 times, and United States teams have win 33 times. An international team has won in each of the last four years. Japan won in 2015 and has won four times in the last six years.
The last U.S. team to win was from Huntington Beach, Calif. in 2011.
Asia-Pacific: East Seoul Little League, Seoul, South Korea
Australia: Hills Little League, Sydney, Australia
Canada: Hastings Community Little League, Vancouver, B.C.
Caribbean: Pariba Little League, Willemstad, Curacao
Europe-Africa: Emilia Little League, Emilia, Italy
Japan: Chofu Little League, Tokyo, Japan
Latin America: Aguadulce Cabezera Little League, Aguadulce, Panama
Mexico: San Nicolas Little League, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
United States teams
Great Lakes: Bowling Green Eastern Little League, Bowling Green, Ky.
Mid-Atlantic: Maine-Endwell Little League, Endwell, N.Y.
Midwest: Johnston Little League, Johnston, Iowa
New England: Warwick North Little League, Warwick, R.I.
Northwest: Bend North Little League, Bend, Ore.
Southeast: Goodlettsville Baseball Little League, Goodlettsville, Tenn.
Southwest: McAllister Park American, San Antonio, Texas
West: Park View Little League, Chula Vista, Calif.
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Thursday, Aug. 18
Game 1: Panama def. Mexico, 10-2
Game 2: New York def. Rhode Island, 7-2
Game 3: Australia def. Italy, 3-1
Game 4: Tennessee def. Oregon, 3-2
Friday, Aug. 19
Game 5: Canada def. Japan, 10-4
Game 6: Iowa def. California, 5-1
Game 7: Asia-Pacific def. Caribbean, 3-0
Game 8: Great Lakes def. Southwest, 11-1
Saturday, Aug. 20
Game 9: Mexico def. Italy, 12-7
Game 10: Rhode Island def. Oregon, 8-0
Game 11: Curacao def. Japan, 2-1
Game 12: California def. Texas, 5-0
Sunday, Aug. 21
All games postponed by rain
Monday, Aug. 22
Consolation Game A: Oregon 6, Italy, 6-2
Game 13: Panama def. Australia, 3-2
Game 14: New York def. Tennessee, 3-1
Game 15: South Pacific def. Canada, 10-0
Game 16: Kentucky def. Iowa, 14-4
Tuesday, Aug. 23
Consolation Game B: Japan def. Texas, 6-1
Game 17: Mexico def. Canada, 7-1
Game 18: Iowa def. Rhode Island, 3-2
Game 19: Australia def. Curacao, 2-1
Game 20: Tennessee def. California, 4-2
Wednesday, Aug. 24
Game 21: Mexico def. Australia, 10-0
Game 22: Tennessee def. Iowa, 14-3
Game 23: Panama def. South Korea, 3-2
Game 24: New York def. Kentucky, 13-10
Thursday, Aug. 25
Game 25: South Korea def. Mexico, 7-0
Game 26: Tennessee def. Kentucky, 8-4
Saturday, Aug. 27
International Championship Game
Game 27: South Korea def. Panama, 7-2
United States Championship Game
Game 28: New York def. Tennessee, 4-2
The entirety of the 2016 Little League World Series will be televised by the ESPN family of networks, including ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC. All games will be available to watch online via WatchESPN.
All times Eastern
Sunday, Aug. 28
Game 29: Panama vs. Tennessee, 10 a.m. (ESPN, WatchESPN)
Little League World Series Championship
Game 30: South Korea vs. New York, 3 p.m. (ABC, WatchESPN)