World Championship to be Web Streamed

Posted on June 18, 2010 by

Categories: Economy/Lax Business, Social Media

Great news from Lax Magazine about the World Games this Summer in Manchester.

MANCHESTER, England – The organizing committee for the 2010 Federation of International Lacrosse World Championship has announced that all games from the main stadium will be streamed live on the web. This includes all of the Blue Division games in which the United States will compete.

The complete package is available for £6.50 (roughly $10) on a pre-sale basis through July 1. After that, the price rises to £11.50 (roughly $18).

Season Passes for internet streaming are available at http://247.tv/lacrosse/fil-world-lacrosse-championships-2010/

For those planning to attend the games in person, the committee has announced that only 2,500 seats remain available to the public for the championships. Season Passes and a Final Four Day Ticket Package are on sale at http://www.2010worldlacrosse.com/tickets

There are also few sponsorship opportunities left for those who would like to be part the FIL 2010 World Lacrosse Championships.

For further enquiries please contact James or Sarah at Made in Manchester on 0161 660 3663 or email 2010lacrosse@madeinmanchester.tv

To learn more about the 2010 FIL World Championships in Manchester, England, visit www.2010worldlacrosse.com

The 2010 FIL World Lacrosse Championship take place between the 15th and 24th of July 2010 and promises to be the biggest championships in lacrosse history.

The championships will bring together over 30 different nations and 64 elite international touring sides from all over the world will compete in the first official FIL Festival from 17th-22nd July In addition to this, a community event will kick off the championships and host local primary, secondary and club teams.

The FIL World Lacrosse Championships, Manchester 2010 are being delivered through a funding partnership that includes:

Manchester City Council – Following the success of the XVII Commonwealth Games in 2002, Manchester has developed a worldwide reputation for hosting major international events that benefit the community by attracting visitors and investment to the city.

The event is one of two world championships coming to the City in 2010 along with the English National Badminton Championships as well as the final of the National Squash Championships.

Northwest Regional Development Agency – The Northwest Regional Development Agency works to deliver economic success in England’s Northwest by building the competitiveness of businesses, people and places. As part of its work to support these objectives, the NWDA works with partners to secure world-class events, which are distinctive and capable of attracting large numbers of visitors from outside the region and which significantly enhance the profile of the region

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