|Teams||9 (from 2 continents)|
|Venue||1 (in 1 host city)|
|Defending champions||Cuba (1940)|
|Most Valuable Player||José Casanova|
The 1941 Amateur World Series was the fourth Amateur World Series, later known as the Baseball World Cup. It was contested by nine different teams playing eight games each from September 27 through October 22 in Havana, Cuba. Venezuela won the tournament for the first time.
All teams participated in a single-match round-robin, resulting in eight games for each team. In case of a tie for best record at the end of the round-robin, a single playoff game would be held to determine the overall winner.
|4 (tied)||Dominican Republic||5||3|
|6 (tied)||United States||2||6|
|8 (tied)||El Salvador||1||7|
|8 (tied)||Puerto Rico||1||7|