|2013 Little League World Series|
|Champion|| Musashi-Fuch? Little League
|Runner-up|| Eastlake Little League
Chula Vista, California
The 2013 Little League World Series was held in South Williamsport, Pennsylvania from August 15 until August 25. Eight teams from the United States and eight from throughout the world competed in the 67th edition of this tournament. The Musashi-Fuch? Little League of Tokyo, Japan defeated the Eastlake Little League of Chula Vista, California 6-4 in the championship game. For the country of Japan, this was their ninth LLWS championship overall, second consecutive, and the third in four years. This was the last World Series to feature players born in the 20th century.
It was announced on August 29, 2012 that three of the eight international regions had been realigned. The results of the realignment included Australia having its own region, meaning that the national champion of that country would be given a berth into the Little League World Series. Also, teams from Middle Eastern countries (except Israel and Turkey) would compete to qualify with teams in the Asia-Pacific Region to form the Asia-Pacific and Middle East region. Teams from Africa would compete to qualify with teams from Europe to form the Europe and Africa region.
| Grosse Pointe Woods, Michigan
Great Lakes Region
Grosse Pointe Woods-Shores
| Taoyuan, Taiwan
Asia-Pacific and Middle East Region
| Newark, Delaware
| Perth, Western Australia
Perth Metro Central
| Urbandale, Iowa
| Nepean, Ontario
| Westport, Connecticut
New England Region
| San Lorenzo, Puerto Rico
| Sammamish, Washington
| Brno, Czech Republic
Europe and Africa Region
| Nashville, Tennessee
| Fuch?, Tokyo
| Corpus Christi, Texas
| Aguadulce, Panama
Latin America Region
| Chula Vista, California
| Tijuana, Baja California
Municipal De Tijuana
The drawing to determine the opening round pairings took place on June 13, 2013.
|Round 1||Round 2||Round 3||U.S. Semifinal||U.S. Championship|
|Round 1||Round 2||Round 3||International Semifinal||International Championship|
Teams that lose their first two games get to play a crossover game against a team from the other side of the bracket that also lost its first two games. These games are labeled Game A and Game B.
|August 19 - Lamade Stadium|
|August 20 - Lamade Stadium|
The consolation game is played between the loser of the United States championship and the loser of the International championship.
|August 25 - Lamade Stadium|
|Little League World Championship|
|August 25 - Lamade Stadium|
Grant Holman of the Eastlake Little League (Chula Vista, CA) tossed a No-hitter in the sixth game against Grosse Pointe, Michigan.
The Musashi Fuch? LL reached the LLWS by winning all eight of their Tokyo and national tournament games. In total, they went undefeated with a 13-0 record.
|Winner's Bracket Round 3||Suginami LL||15-0|
|Winner's Bracket Quarterfinals||Koganei LL||8-1|
|Winner's Bracket Semifinals||Ch?fi LL||15-5 (4 inn.)|
|Winner's Bracket Final||Machida LL||4-1 (4 inn.)|
|Opening Round||Hiroshima Saiki LL||6-3|
|Quarterfinals||Kishiwada LL||11-1 (5 inn.)|
|Semifinals||Sendai Aoba LL||8-5|