Little League Baseball and Softball announced it expects its new central region headquarters facility to be completed by June 2021, in time to host the Little League Softball Central Region Tournament and Little League Baseball Great Lakes and Midwest tournaments.
Construction of the new Little League Central Region Headquarters facility began July 23. The new, 20-acre facility is located at 7060 S. Indianapolis Road, just west of Interstate 65 at exit 130. It will feature the organization’s central region headquarters administration building, a gift shop, concessions stand, restrooms, batting cages and a full-size, lighted Little League field with stadium seating, bleachers and a press box, according to the organization.
“While the past few months have been very difficult, we are looking forward to an exciting future and the next chapter in the story of Little League in the Central Region,” Nina Johnson-Pitt, Little League Central Region director, stated. “On behalf of everyone at Little League International and throughout the Central Region, thank you to everyone at the Grand Park Sports Complex, Fishers High School, and Zionsville High School for hosting our events these past few years and we look forward to welcoming communities from all around our region to our new complex in Whitestown in 2021.”
Established in 1989, the Central Region Headquarters is one of five Little League regional offices located in the United States and serves as the administrative center for Little League Baseball and Softball activities in Kansas, Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota and Wisconsin.
For more, visit LittleLeague.org/Central.