OSHAWA, CANADA – World Lacrosse Super Sixes is set to start today on Friday, October 7 at Civic Stadium Field in Oshawa, Ontario with three of the top women’s teams in the world in Canada, England and the Haudenosaunee.

The three teams will compete in a double round-robin with six total games across the three days before the top two teams face off in a final for the event on Sunday, October 9th at 12 p.m. ET.

All games will be broadcast by Lacrosse Sports Network here.

Rosters for the three teams can also be found here.

Results and standings for the tournament can be found here.

Admission throughout the weekend will be free to all spectators.

Super Sixes continues a set of World Lacrosse events started in 2021 that saw five tournaments featuring the newest brand of the sport. Sixteen men’s and women’s teams competed in Sixes at The World Games, an international multi-sport event, this past summer, with Canada sweeping the gold medal in the men’s and women’s competitions.

This year’s competition is the inaugural Sixes tournament to be hosted by Canada Lacrosse annually in the fall, as World Lacrosse looks to expand the Sixes’ discipline with an upcoming Sixes Series that will feature more of the top teams in the world competing against each other in sanctioned tournaments.

The full schedule can be found below, with all times local (ET, UTC-4).

Date Time Home Away
Friday, October 7 6:30 p.m. Canada England
Friday, October 7 8:30 p.m. Haudenosaunee Canada
Saturday, October 8 10 a.m. England Haudenosaunee
Saturday, October 8 12 p.m. England Canada
Saturday, October 8 2 p.m. Canada Haudenosaunee
Sunday, October 9 10 a.m. Haudenosaunee England
Sunday, October 9 12 p.m. Gold Medal Match Gold Medal Match