OTTAWA, ON – The Canadian Lacrosse Association (CLA) is pleased to announce the appointments of the coaching and support staff that will help lead and mentor Canada’s future stars at next summer’s 2019 FIL U-19 Women’s Field Lacrosse World Championship in Peterborough, Ontario. A group of highly qualified coaches will join returning head coach Scott Teeter – who led […]
NETANYA, ISRAEL — The Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) announced Honig’s as the Official Outfitter of the FIL 2018 Men’s World Lacrosse Championships. The partnership doesn’t end there, though. Honig’s, headquartered in Denver, Colo., will remain the Official Apparel Partner of the FIL for the 2019 Women’s U-19 Lacrosse World Championships, 2019 Men’s Lacrosse World Indoor […]
The Federation of International Lacrosse has announced Gladiator Lacrosse, a premier name in the sport, as the Official Goal for the 2018 World Lacrosse Championship that will be played in Netanya, Israel from July 12 through July 21, 2018.
The Federation of International Lacrosse has announced JBC Money as the Official Currency Exchange and Bank-to-Bank Transfer Partner of the 2018 World Lacrosse Championships.
When the 2018 FIL Schedule for the World Lacrosse Championships gets released, the event gets a lot more real. Well, it’s out, and it’s here! The field has been SET, the 2018 FIL Schedule is all lined up, and medals, glory, and all out competition are coming up quick.
The 2018 World Championships for men’s lacrosse will be held in Israel, and now we know they will be held in the city of Netanya, just North of Tel Aviv.
Bobby Kwan interviews Team China coaches about the past, present, and future of lacrosse in China.
With the international lacrosse community on full display at the 2014 World Lacrosse Championships in Denver, Colorado, enthusiasts of the game unite.
The lacrosse world championships traveled down under to Perth, Australia in 1990 but playing in the Southern Hemisphere didn’t do much to change the pecking order for national teams. Canada and the US obviously matched up for a great game and the video picks up the play with the US up 5-2 early in the second quarter.
Earlier this week we put up a video from 2010, featuring a Japan Hidden Ball Trick. The announcers called it the first successful hidden ball trick, but we knew that couldn’t be true. Thanks to Kentaro Shimizu, we now KNOW that the statement was false, because we’ve got video evidence from 2006!
If you believe the announcers on the video, this is the first time the hidden ball trick has ever been successfully pulled off at the World Championships. I can’t imagine that is actually true, as Canada has been playing in that thing forever, but that’s not the point.
Inside you can find a GREAT video on the 2013 FIL World Cup, which took place in Oshawa, Ontario. The women’s world championships crowned the US as champs, and the team set a number of records in the process. This was the US’ seventh (out of 9 total) title, and the first time the Canadians had won Silver.