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Final standing EC12 Lacrosse Amsterdam

1.     England
2.     Wales
3.     Scotland
4.     Germany
5.     Czech Republic
6.     Sweden
7.     the Netherlands
8.     Ireland
9.     Finland
10.   Oostenrijk
11.   Zwitserland
12.   Letland





Final standing EC12 Lacrosse Amsterdam

1.    England
2.    Ireland
3.    Sweden
4.    the Netherlands
5.    Germany
6.    Scotland
7.    Finland
8.    Israel
9.    Czech Republic
10.  Wales
11.  Switzerland
12.  Slovakia
13.  Italy
14.  Norway
15.  Belgium
16.  France
17.  Spain


Please find here video´s of the daily morning show, webbroadcasting and other footage. In this way, you will be able to get an impression of the atmosphere during the event.

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Overview venue

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Address EC12 venue: Nieuwe Kalfjeslaan 23 in Amstelveen, 1182 AA


Address Olympisch Stadion
Olympisch Stadion 21 in Amsterdam,  1076 DE                                                                                                

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The Sport & History

Lacrosse is one of the oldest team sports in the world. Native Americans from the north of America used lacrosse to prepare for war or resolve conflicts between rivalling tribes. In 1640 the game was named lacrosse when French missionaries saw Indians play the game. In 1856 Dr. William George Beers established the first lacrosse club in the world: The Montreal lacrosse Club. In 1867 he created the ground rules by which lacrosse is still played today.

Lacrosse is a team sport of Native American origin played using a small rubber ball and a long-handled stick called a crosse or lacrosse stick, mainly played in the United States and Canada. Lacrosse is played with 10 players per team (men's lacrosse), 12 players (women's lacrosse) or 6 players (box lacrosse). It is a contact sport which requires padding. The head of the lacrosse stick is strung with loose mesh designed to catch and hold the lacrosse ball. Offensively, the objective of the game is to score by shooting the ball into an opponent's goal, using the lacrosse stick to catch, carry, and pass the ball to do so. Defensively, the objective is to keep the opposing team from scoring and to dispossess them of the ball through the use of stick checking and body contact or positioning. The sport has four major types: men's field lacrosse, women's lacrosse, box lacrosse and intercrosse.

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