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World Indoor Lacrosse Championship

The World Indoor Lacrosse Championship is an international box lacrosse tournament that is held every four years and is sponsored by the Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL). First held in 2003, the tournament was sponsored by the International Lacrosse Federation (ILF) until 2008, when the ILF became the FIL. Canada has won the tournament all four times it has been held and has not lost a single game. Canada has hosted the tournament twice, while the Czech Republic hosted in 2011 and the Onondaga Nation Arena just south of Syracuse, New York were the hosts in 2015.

Contents

  • Champions 1
  • History 2
    • 2003 World Indoor Lacrosse Championship 2.1
    • 2007 World Indoor Lacrosse Championship 2.2
    • 2011 World Indoor Lacrosse Championship 2.3
    • 2015 World Indoor Lacrosse Championship 2.4
  • Performance by team 3
    • Medal table 3.1
  • External links 4
  • References 5

Champions

Year Gold Silver Bronze Host city (cities) Host country
2003 Iroquois Nationals Hamilton, Kitchener, Mississauga, and Oshawa Canada
2007 } Iroquois Nationals  United States Halifax Canada
2011 } Iroquois Nationals  United States Prague Czech Republic
2015 } Iroquois Nationals  United States Onondaga Nation (Syracuse, New York) United States

History

2003 World Indoor Lacrosse Championship

2003 World Championship
TEAM GP W L GF GA PTS
Canada 5 5 0 109 29 10
Iroquois Nationals 5 4 1 100 52 8
Scotland 5 3 2 63 69 6
United States 5 2 3 75 65 4
Australia 5 1 4 39 102 2
Czech Republic 5 0 5 29 98 0

Consolation: May 22, 2003 - Australia defeated Czech Republic 21-10

Semi-finals: May 22, 2003 - Canada defeated USA 17-9; Iroquois Nationals defeated Scotland 22-8

Bronze Medal Match: May 24, 2003 - USA defeated Scotland 15-9

Gold Medal Match: May 24, 2003 - Canada defeated Iroquois Nationals 21-4

2007 World Indoor Lacrosse Championship

2007 World Championship
GROUP 'A' GP W L GF GA PTS
Canada 3 3 0 67 10 6
United States 3 2 1 44 27 4
Australia 3 1 2 27 51 2
Ireland 3 0 3 9 59 0
GROUP 'B' GP W L GF GA PTS
Iroquois Nationals 3 3 0 70 16 6
England 3 2 1 32 41 4
Scotland 3 1 2 22 43 2
Czech Republic 3 0 3 20 44 0

Seventh Place Match: May 18, 2007 - Czech Republic defeated Ireland 22-5 Quarter-finals: May 18, 2007 - England defeated Australia 15-11; USA defeated Scotland 17-9 Fifth Place Match: May 19, 2007 - Scotland defeated Australia 14-8 Semi-finals: May 19, 2007 - Iroquois Nationals defeated USA 14-4; Canada defeated England 24-8 Bronze Medal Match: May 20, 2007 - USA defeated England 17-10 Gold Medal Match: May 20, 2007 - Canada defeated Iroquois Nationals 15-14 in overtime

2011 World Indoor Lacrosse Championship

2011 World Championship
GROUP 'A' GP W L GF GA PTS
Canada 3 3 0 81 8 3
England 3 2 1 49 43 2
Australia 3 1 2 22 53 1
Slovakia 3 0 3 15 63 0
GROUP 'B' GP W L GF GA PTS
Iroquois Nationals 3 3 0 59 18 3
USA 3 2 1 46 17 2
Czech Republic 3 1 2 28 44 1
Ireland 3 0 3 9 63 0

2015 World Indoor Lacrosse Championship

2015 World Championship
GROUP 'BLUE' GP W L GF GA PTS
Canada 4 4 0 67 20 4
Iroquois Nationals 4 3 1 59 30 3
United States 4 2 2 43 47 2
Czech Republic 4 1 3 22 57 1
England 4 0 4 24 61 0
GROUP 'Red' GP W L GF GA PTS
Australia 3 3 0 49 29 3
Finland 3 2 1 37 22 2
Turkey 3 1 2 39 40 1
Switzerland 3 0 3 17 51 0
GROUP 'Green' GP W L GF GA PTS
Israel 3 2 1 36 24 2
Ireland 3 2 1 27 29 2
Serbia 3 1 2 29 36 1
Germany 3 1 2 27 30 1

Performance by team

Team 2003

(6)
2007

(8)
2011

(8)
2015

(13)
Australia 5th 6th 6th 8th
Canada 1st 1st 1st 1st
 Czech Republic 6th 7th 4th 7th
England 4th 5th 5th
 Finland 9th
 Germany 11th
8th 7th 6th
Iroquois 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd
4th
Scotland 4th 5th
12th
8th
13th
10th
United States 3rd 3rd 3rd 3rd

Medal table

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Canada 4 0 0 4
2 Iroquois 0 4 0 4
3 United States 0 0 4 4

External links

  • Federation of International Lacrosse

References


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