The World Lacrosse 2024 Women’s U20 Championship will take place in Hong Kong, China from August 15-24 in 2024. The tournament will be hosted by the China Hong Kong Lacrosse Association with support from World Lacrosse as the top women’s programs compete at the junior-level world championship, which last took place in 2019 with over 20 teams.
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World Lacrosse announced that the 2024 Women’s U20 Championship has been awarded to Hong Kong,…
Mong Kok Stadium, which seats 6,500 and serves as a regular venue for Hong Kong Premier League Football matches, will be the site of featured games, including the opening game, semifinals and medal games, as well as opening and closing ceremonies. The stadium was renovated in 2011 and has hosted international soccer and rugby competition.
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The World Lacrosse Women’s U20 Championship dates back to 1995, and was previously a U19 competition. Over 30 teams have participated in the seven championships and three countries – Australia, Canada and the United States – have claimed the goal medal.
Women’s field lacrosse is played with teams of 10 players on a full-sized field with a minimum size of 91.4 by 55 meters.
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