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“We are incredibly pleased to be able to showcase our incredible athletes to the world as part of the media rights agreement between World Lacrosse and the Olympic Channel” said Stephanie Migchelsen, President of the ELF. “We have the opportunity to showcase some of the most competitive matches and show the world how amazing the sport of lacrosse is.”
World Lacrosse is the international federation for men’s and women’s lacrosse, responsible for providing effective leadership and governance of the sport internationally while supporting the continued growth of lacrosse worldwide. World Lacrosse currently has 62 member-National Governing Bodies and three Continental Federations — including the European Lacrosse Federation — worldwide.
“We appreciate the interest and support of the Olympic Channel in bringing premier, international lacrosse events such as the ELF Women’s European Championship to fans around the world,” said World Lacrosse Chief Executive Officer Jim Scherr. “Expanding the awareness and visibility of lacrosse globally is one of our primary objectives as an international federation, and our partnership with the Olympic Channel is helping to make this possible.”
The following matches will be available on the Olympic Channel:
Tuesday 16 July
Wednesday 17 July
Thursday 18 July
Friday 19 July
Saturday 20 July
Sunday 21 July
Thursday 25 July
Bronze Medal Game
Gold Medal Game
Matches on the Olympic Channel will be livestreamed at https://www.olympicchannel.com/events/detail/women-s-european-championship-netanya/
All matches will be livestreamed https://lacrosse2019.com/
About World Lacrosse
World Lacrosse is the international federation for men’s and women’s lacrosse, responsible for providing effective leadership and governance of the sport internationally while supporting the continued growth of lacrosse worldwide. In November 2018, World Lacrosse was officially recognized by the International Olympic Committee.