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Host Locations; 1957-present


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Year Location
2023 Petoskey - at Bates Park (District 13)
2022 Southern (Grand Rapids) - at MacKay-Jaycees Park (District 9)
2021 Grosse Pointe Farms-City (District 6)
2020 International tournament not held due to Covid-19 pandemic
2019 Union Township Kids and Mount Pleasant - championship game at Sacco Field (District 1)
2018 Saint Clair - at Legacy Fields (District 7)
2017 Gladstone - at Gladstone Sports Park (District 10)
2016 Tecumseh Area - at Mitchell Park (District 16)
2015 Harper Woods - at Nikolich Field; Johnston Park (District 6)
2014 Roosevelt Park Youth Athletics (Muskegon) - at Meijer Field; Delmar Playfield (District 12)
2013 Ishpeming - at Ishpeming Playgrounds (District 11)
2012 Michigan District 15 - games at Schoolcraft and Vicksburg - championship game at Vicksburg (District 15)
2011 Commerce - at Fogle Field (District 4)
2010 Gaylord (District 8)
2009 Michigan District 3 and Jackson Southwest Little League (District 3)
2008 Bay City Northeast and Bay City Southwest (District 14)
2007 Michigan District 5 - games at Taylor North Central, Taylor Northeast, Taylor Northwest, and Taylor South - championship game at Taylor Northwest (District 5)
2006 Petoskey (District 13)
2005 Pinery Park (Wyoming) - at Pinery Park (District 9)
2004 Milwood (Kalamazoo) - at Vanderberg Park (District 2)
2003 Union Township Kids (Mount Pleasant) - at Sacco Field (District 1)
2002 Richmond (District 7)
2001 Iron Mountain - Marion Park (Norway) (District 10)
2000 Harper Woods - at Johnston Park (District 6)
1999 Muskegon - at Sheldon Park (District 12)
1998 Ishpeming (District 11)
1997 Commerce - at Maple Glen Park (District 4)
1996 West Branch (District 8)
1995 Blissfield - at W.O. Farver Memorial Park (District 3)
1994 Taylor - at Papp Park (District 5)
1993 Pinery Park (Wyoming) - at Pinery Park (District 9)
1992 Milwood (Kalamazoo) and South Portage - championship game at Milwood (Kalamazoo) (District 2)
1991 Union Township Kids (Mount Pleasant) and Mount Pleasant - championship game at Union Township Field; McDonald Park (District 1)
1990 Port Huron - at Little League Park on Rural Street (District 7)
1989 Escanaba (District 10)
1988 Grosse Pointe Woods-Shores - at Ghesquiere Park (District 6)
1987 Fenton (District 4)
1986 Indian River (District 8)
1985 Jackson (District 3)
1984 Taylor (District 5)
1983 Kentwood (Kelloggsville) - at Blume Field (District 9)
1982 West Portage (District 2)
1981 Bay City Southside - at Kolb Field (District 1)
1980 Anchor Bay (New Baltimore) (District 7)
1979 Gladstone - at Gladstone Sports Park (District 10)
1978 Harper Woods - at Memorial Field (District 6)
1977 Davison - at Davison VFW Field (District 4)
1976 Huron Shore (Alpena) - at Leon Hinkley Memorial Field; Alpena County Fairgrounds (District 8)
1975 Ypsilanti - at Harris Field (District 3)
1974 Taylor - at Papp Complex (District 5)
1973 Kelloggsville (District 9)
1972 Milwood (Kalamazoo) - at George Wilson Field (District 2)
1971 Bay City Northwest - at Defoe Park (District 1)
1970 St. Clair - at Joseph B. Klecha Field (District 7)
1969 Jackson Southwest - at Cascades Park (District 3)
1968 Alpena - at Alpena County Fairgrounds (District 8)
1967 St. Clair - at Joseph B. Klecha Field (District 7) (see note below)
1966 Southfield (District 4)
1965 Muskegon - at South Field, Mona Lake Park (Muskegon Heights) (District 9)
1964 Bay City Northwest (District 1)
1963 Harper Woods (District 6)
1962 Port Huron - at Memorial Park (District 7)
1961 Redford - at Claude Allison Field (District 5)
1960 Westwood (Kalamazoo) (District 2)
1959 Birmingham - at Eton Park (District 4)
1958 Ypsilanti - at Recreation Park (District 3)

NOTE: - The 1967 Michigan state tournament was originally scheduled to be hosted by Grosse Pointe Woods-Shores Little League but was moved to Bay City and St. Clair due to civil unrest in Detroit. One semifinal round game was played in Bay City, and the second semifinal and championship games were played in St. Clair.


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