The 2022 World Lacrosse Women’s Championship is under a month away, with the competition set for June 29 to July 9 at Towson University in Maryland, USA.
The rosters for all 30 teams are in, and a record number of athletes will be participating in this year’s competition.
Each team is allowed 18 spots for their roster with up to two slots for alternates.
Five countries will be making their debut at the world championship:
This year’s roster features over 180 athletes with previous world championship experience. View the gallery to see which rosters have the most experience:
The athletes on Wales’ roster have combined to play in over 30 world championships, with Lauren Warren and Ros Lloyd Rout both playing in their sixth championship, the most among the athletes in this year’s event.
The rosters are full of athletes with U20 world championship experience as well, with over 20 nations included. Check out the gallery to see which nations have the most U20 experience:
A total of 16 of the 20 athletes on Australia’s roster have played at a U20 world championship.
The global nature of the lacrosse today is also reflected in the pool of nearly 550 athletes competing in the championship. Over 100 athletes have a home city different from the the nation they are representing, and over 120 athletes have played for a University outside of their home nation.
The roster for 20 of the 30 teams can be found at the World Lax 2022 feed, with more coming soon:
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