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The Latvian Lacrosse Federation (Latvijas Lakrosa Federācija – LLF) is the national governing body of lacrosse in Latvia.

Latvian Lacrosse first appeared in 1992 in the form of inter-crosse. The first official lacrosse training was initiated in 2002. In the summer of 2003, a number of regular lacrosse trainings were launched Latvian cities.

The Latvia Lacrosse Federation (Latvijas Lakrosa Federācijas) was established in 2003 and is responsible for promoting lacrosse throughout Latvia at all age/game levels, organizing the Latvian Lacrosse Championships and other tournaments, camps, trainings for players and officials, as well as organizing and training the Latvian National Teams for participation in European and FIL World Championships. The Latvia Nation team debuted in the 2002 European Lacrosse Championship.

Latvia is a full member of the European Lacrosse Federation (ELF), the Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL), and the Sports Federations Council of Latvia (LSFP).

Current Latvian lacrosse clubs:
Men (7): Mītavas, Riga, RJTC Riga, Druva, Valmiera, Libava and Suni LSPA
Women (4): Druva, Riga, Jelgava and Liepaja.

Primary Contacts

Primary Pauls Dzintars Kalnins President