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2012 European Lacrosse Championship Highlights

The 2012 European Lacrosse Championships ended not too long ago (June) and we just received a pair of highlight videos from the event. Team Netherlands play in both vids. This really shows how far the game has come in Europe. Read More…

2012 European Lacrosse Championship Highlights

2012 European Lacrosse Championship Highlights

The 2012 European Lacrosse Championships ended not too long ago (June) and we just received a pair of highlight videos from the event. Team Netherlands play in both vids. This really shows how far the game has come in Europe. Enjoy.

Game 1: Netherlands vs Germany

Game 2: Netherlands vs Ireland

How can we help expand and influence the growth of lacrosse around the globe? Let us know in the comments.

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Robert Grove
Robert Grove
8 years ago

The best way to help expand and influence the growth of lax around the world is by simply networking and getting funding out there. I coach a team in St. Petersburg Russia, there’s the interest in the game, but with only having equipment from Americans/Canadians that have come through, it’s hard to field a squad. Funding and getting lacrosse companies to buy into spreading the game through sponsorships that see a decent exposure for the companies would help so much out here where we’re trying to build up lax in Russia.

Robert Grove
Robert Grove
8 years ago

The best way to help expand and influence the growth of lax around the world is by simply networking and getting funding out there. I coach a team in St. Petersburg Russia, there’s the interest in the game, but with only having equipment from Americans/Canadians that have come through, it’s hard to field a squad. Funding and getting lacrosse companies to buy into spreading the game through sponsorships that see a decent exposure for the companies would help so much out here where we’re trying to build up lax in Russia.

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