World Port Tournament
|No. of teams||5 (Finals)|
|Taiwan (2nd time)|
|Most titles||Cuba (7)|
The World Port Tournament is an international baseball tournament held at the Neptunus Familiestadion in Rotterdam, Netherlands. The tournament has been held every other year (2005 excluded) in odd-numbered years since 1985, alternating with the Haarlem Baseball Week.
The tournament was created by Bram Peper, who was asked by Cuban Dr. Oscar Ferdinand Mell to organize an international baseball tournament, between national baseball teams all over the world, in Rotterdam, Netherlands. The 2017 World Port Tournament, the sixteenth edition of the event, was won by Taiwan, winning the tournament the second time in history.
|Totals (9 nations)||15||15||15||45|
- ^1 Chinese Taipei is the official IBAF designation for the team representing the state officially referred to as the Republic of China, more commonly known as Taiwan. (See also political status of Taiwan for details.)
- World Port Tournament official website (Dutch)