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Tickets on sale for 2024 World Lacrosse Women’s U20 Championship

TOWSON, MARYLAND - JULY 8: Mexico plays Hong Kong, China during the 2022 World Lacrosse Women’s World Championship at Towson University on July 8, 2022 in Towson, Maryland. (Photo by Greg Fiume)

World Lacrosse today launched ticket sales for its 2024 Women’s U20 Championship, set for August 15-24 in Hong Kong, China. 

The event will feature the world’s best young women’s lacrosse players vying for a world championship title. Many of the same athletes will likely be in contention to represent their countries when the sport makes its modern Olympic debut at LA28.  

Event passes for the 10-day event start at HK$950 (approx. US$120), while single day passes start at HK$160 (approx. US$20). Event pass holders will have unlimited access to the four competition venues throughout the duration of the championship across all 64 games, while single-day pass holders will have unlimited access to all competition venues on the designated day of their pass. 

Premium passes for both the entire event and single days include priority access, special seating, a gift pack and event program. Premium event passes are HK$2,500 (approx. US$320), while premium single-day passes are HK$500 (approx. US$65). 

An early bird special applies through the end of May – a discount of 30 percent will be applied when four or more 10-day passes are purchased (regular or premium).  

The 20-team field for the championship can be found here. Each team will play four games during pool play and at least two more matches in either the playoffs or placement round. 

Tickets can be purchased here

Discount tickets in all categories are available for full-time students, children ages 11 and under, and individuals who are 60+.  

Shek Kip Mei Park has a capacity of 1,400 and Kowloon Tsai Sports Ground has a capacity of 1,200, while Sham Shui Po Sports Ground has a capacity of 2,100.  

Mong Kok Stadium has a capacity of 6,500 and will host the opening ceremony on August 15 followed by Hong Kong’s opening match against Jamaica at 7 p.m. local time. Mong Kok Stadium will also host both semifinals on Thursday, August 22 and the medal round on Saturday, August 24. 

The full 64-game schedule can be found here and is displayed below. 

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