The 2014 Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) World Lacrosse Championship presented by Trusted Choice winds down from DICK’S Sporting Goods Park in Denver, Colo., with the semifinals and championship games televised on ESPNU on tonight (Thursday, July 17) and Saturday, July 19.
Team USA plays tonight against Australia in a semifinal game at 6:30 p.m., followed by Team Canada vs. Iroquois in the other semifinal matchup at 9:30 p.m. The 10-day championship saw over 40 nations participate in the event.
ESPN3.com in Australia and New Zealand, the live streaming service available to ESPN television subscribers, will also carry complete live and on-demand coverage of the World Lacrosse Championships throughout the tournament.ESPN Player – the company’s sports streaming service for more than 50 countries in Europe, the Middle East and Africa – is also launching a special channel to cover the World Lacrosse Championships. ESPN Player – World Lacrossewill have exclusive coverage of 43 games from the tournament across the region, including all pool games for the world’s top six teams (USA, Canada, England, Australia, Japan and Iroquois Nationals), both semifinals and the final.
ESPN Player and ESPN3.com (Aus/NZ) are part of ESPN’s growing global digital portfolio, which includes online and mobile websites, apps, streaming services and more. Among the leading ESPN digital brands are ESPNcricinfo,ESPNFC, ESPNscrum.com, multi-sport portals ESPNdeportes.com, ESPN.co.uk and ESPN.com.br, Latina American streaming service ESPN Play and more.