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Ken Gallucio Cup: Photo Gallery (+video added 9/24)

The Ken Gallucio Cup kicked-off on September 14 in Gent, Belgium. For those unfamiliar with the tournament, it is the European club lacrosse championships organized by the European Lacrosse Federation (ELF). Teams traveled from all across Europe for their shot at international glory in what promised to be an exciting tournament.


Video Highlights provided by Michael Hazy of Phantom Lacrosse.

The Ken Gallucio Cup is the largest lacrosse tournament in Europe, according to the ELF site. Around 24 men’s and women’s teams from over 15 countries duke it out over the span of three days for European supremacy.

LCC Radotin, out of the Czech Republic, took home the women’s championship after defeating English lacrosse club Centaurs Lacrosse 13-9 in what was a tightly-fought contest, that was much like their pool play meeting in which Radotin scraped-out the 10-9 victory. English lacrosse club Poynton Lacrosse ran away with the 15-5 victory in the men’s championship over HLC Rot-Weiss München, and went virtually untouched throughout the entire tournament to claim the European championship crown. Congratulations are in order for both teams!

European lacrosse has grown substantially over the years, and the quality of play has gotten is excellent. European lacrosse teams had a great showing at the most recent FIL World Lacrosse Championships in Netanya, Israel. For more on their results, click here to see a selection of articles about the world games.

Michael Hazy of Phantom Lacrosse was at the Ken Gallucio Cup to capture all of the action for us. You can find Phantom Lacrosse on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. We’d like to give a special thanks to him for the great work that he does. Check out the photo gallery below for some of the best shots from the tournament.