IFWLA World Cup
Who: National Teams from Australia, Canada, Czech Republic, England, Germany, Japan, New Zealand, Scotland, United States, Wales
What: The 2005 IFWLA World Cup title is the most coveted prize in women's lacrosse. Inaugurated in 1982, and governed by the International Federation of Women's Lacrosse, the World Cup has been hosted by England, Australia, Scotland and Japan. US Lacrosse is proud to welcome it back to the U.S. for the second time in 19 years.
When: June 23-July 2, 2005
Where: The United States Naval Academy's Glenn Warner Soccer Facility is the venue for the first five days of competition. The Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium is the venue for the final five days, which includes the semi-finals and finals.
What Else: The Cup of Nations International Girls Lacrosse Festival is a 4-day high school level lacrosse festival that will run from June 29 - July 2 in conjunction with the World Cup just outside the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. More than 1,000 young athletes, representing 49 teams from 17 states and five countries will participate.
Tickets: For tickets and information, visit www.uslacrosse.org/worldcup.