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The format this year will again be pool play. Games begin on Thursday, Aug. 15, and end with the Championship onTuesday, Aug. 20.

Click Here for the 2019 Tournament Schedule

THE AMERICAN LEGION WORLD SERIES
CONDUCT POLICY AT KEETER STADIUM

Fan enthusiasm and support are a great part of baseball and active cheering is encouraged. The American Legion Baseball program is dedicated to providing a safe and positive environment for both players and fans.
You are requested to be considerate at all times of the feelings of the players and sensitivities of those fans seated around you. We hope this request is all that is necessary.

The American Legion World Series will enforce this request in the following manner for ticket holders as well as ALWS volunteers and staff.

The use of artificial noisemakers will not be permitted during an American Legion Baseball game. Persons using any artificial noisemakers will be asked to stop. A second violation will result in removal of the violators from the ballpark.

Persons entering the playing field or throwing or attempting to throw objects on the field also will be subjected to immediate ejection and criminal prosecution.

Persons using obscene or abusive language or engaging in any other antisocial conduct offensive to those around them will be asked to cease this conduct. If the offensive conduct persists, those involved will be subject to ejection from the premises.

Possession and/or concealing a firearm or other deadly weapon while on school grounds or within Keeter Stadium will result in ejection from the premises and possible criminal prosecution.

Possession or use of illegal drugs or alcohol will result in ejection from the premises and possible criminal prosecution.

Smoking as well as use of any tobacco or ‘vaping’ product are not permitted in Keeter Stadium or anywhere else on school premises.

Failure to follow the instructions of Keeter Stadium personnel will result in ejection from the premises.

The American Legion World Series Executive Board or their designee reserves the right to deem behavior or actions to be in violation of these rules and may take corrective action as deemed appropriate. Such actions may include: a warning; ejection from the property; or, in some cases, arrest. Violations by ticket holders or their guests may result in the loss of ticket privileges.

Your cooperation is appreciated. Enjoy the game!

The Saturday and Sunday games, the Semifinals on Monday and the Championship will air live on national TV (ESPNU). The six games on Thursday and Friday will be streamed live on ESPN3. Go here for specific game links. To view games on ESPN3, register on the network’s website. WOHS radio will carry the games on 1390 AM locally and on the web here. The games will also be aired on WCSL 1590 AM. The broadcasts also will be streamed on www.realcountry1390.com.

The gates open 90 minutes prior to the first game of the day except for the first day when gates open two hours before the first game.

Yes, but anyone with an Adult Day Pass or Student Day Pass must be stamped prior to leaving the stadium.

Yes. Only cash will be accepted for concessions but credit and debit cards are welcome for tickets and souvenirs.

All parking will be at Keeter Stadium. Trams will be used to transport fans from the parking sections some distance from the gate; the trams run constantly during the games.  More information is available on the Keeter Stadium page under ABOUT.

No.

Yes. Parking for handicapped persons requires a state-issued plaque or tag. Seating for handicapped persons is available to the right and left of the Press Box. Handicapped persons needing help with seating should ask an usher.

No, but three-fourths of the seats are covered by a canopy.

No, but three-fourths of the seats are covered by a canopy.

Yes.

Folding chairs are allowed for handicapped persons but only in the sections designated as handicapped seating. All other sections of the stands have installed seating.

General Admission whole-series tickets are available for $35 at American Legion World Series Headquarters, 117-A West Warren Street, Shelby, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. weekdays. Purchases may be made with cash, check, credit card or debit card. Fans may call 704-466-3103 during those same hours to purchase tickets over the phone with a credit or debit card. Fans may purchase tickets online with a credit card at www.americanlegionworldseries.com. All Box Seats, Reserve Seats and Rocking Chair Seats are sold out for 2019; anyone wishing to be added to a waiting list for any of those seats that might come available can call the number above.

No, but there is a Senior Citizens Day, when anyone 55 and older can watch the games at no charge.

No, but there is a Military Appreciation Day on Saturday, Aug. 17, when veterans and active military personnel can watch the games at no charge. Military personnel are honored on that day with various special events.

Bottles or cans

Outside food or drink

Large bags or backpacks

Frisbees or beach balls

Umbrellas

Laser pointers

Noise making devices of any kind (e.g.: bells, whistles, horns)

Fireworks

Illegal drugs and alcohol

Weapons of any kind, including lawfully concealed firearms

Commercial signs or banners without prior approval from American Legion World Series officials

Cameras ARE permitted for still photography and video for personal use.

AUGUST 15-20, 2019 - SHELBY, NORTH CAROLINA