2017 Women's Lacrosse World Cup

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2017 FIL Rathbones Women's Lacrosse World Cup
Tournament details
Host country England
Dates12–22 July 2017
Teams25
Venue(s)Surrey Sports Park (in Guildford host cities)
2013
2021

The 2017 FIL Women's Lacrosse World Cup, the tenth World Cup, is the preeminent international women's lacrosse tournament. The tournament is being held at the Surrey Sports Park in Guildford, Surrey, in the South East of England, with 25 nations competing.[1] Rathbones Investment Management plc committed as the title sponsor for the event in 2014.[citation needed] Other Gold Level sponsors include RPC.[citation needed]

Introduction[edit]

The 2017 Rathbones Women's Lacrosse World Cup is an official Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) event and will be organised and managed by the English Lacrosse Association. This tournament was first held in 1982 and is held every four years. This will be the third time that England has hosted the World Cup having previously hosted the tournament in 1982 and 2001.

Participating Nations[edit]

Format[edit]

The seeding structure for the FIL Rathbones Women’s Lacrosse World Cup has been calculated through use of placing positions from the 2013 World Cup in Canada.[clarification needed] Nations who are playing in the World Cup for the first time have been placed based on previous results, geographic diversity and their 2016 European Championship placing position.[2]

The pools will play a round robin between 12 and 18 July. The top placing teams from Pools B, C, D and E will play off to decide which 2 nations qualify to play in the Championship Division.[clarification needed]

As of the 19th July nations will proceed to play in the Championship Division (Teams 1-8), the Platinum Division (Teams 9-16) and the Diamond Division (Teams 17-25).

Group stage[edit]

Pool A[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification United States Canada Australia England Wales Scotland
1 United States United States 5 5 0 86 21 +65 Qualification for Championship Division 17–3 17–6 19–3
2  Canada 5 4 1 46 41 +5 9–5 16–7
3 Australia Australia 5 3 2 57 34 +23 8–15 13–4 12–4
4 England England 5 2 3 37 48 −11 1–18 6–8 12–6
5  Wales 5 1 4 33 58 −25 6–10 11–7
6 Scotland Scotland 5 0 5 22 79 −57 2–19 3–14

Pool B[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification Iroquois Italy South Korea Hong Kong Switzerland
1 Iroquois Haudenosaunee 4 4 0 57 23 +34 Qualification for play-in to Championship Division 17–5 18–4
2  Italy 4 3 1 42 36 +6 Qualification for Platinum Division 10–11 9–5
3  South Korea 4 2 2 39 38 +1 10–11 14–7
4  Hong Kong 4 1 3 28 40 −12 Qualification for Diamond Division 4–11 10–12
5   Switzerland 4 0 4 15 44 −29 3–10 3–7

Pool C[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification Israel Czech Republic Netherlands Belgium China
1 Israel Israel 4 4 0 69 11 +58 Qualification for play-in to Championship Division 17–3 18–0
2  Czech Republic 4 3 1 67 22 +45 Qualification for Platinum Division 8–16 30–1
3  Netherlands 4 2 2 48 35 +13 4–10 21–1
4  Belgium 4 1 3 27 62 −35 Qualification for Diamond Division 1–21 9–20
5  China 4 0 4 5 86 −81 0–18 3–17
First match(es) will be played on 12 July 2017. Source: England Lacrosse

Pool D[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification Japan Germany Latvia Mexico Spain
1  Japan 4 4 0 86 11 +75 Qualification for play-in to Championship Division 10–9 27–1
2  Germany 4 3 1 53 17 +36 Qualification for Platinum Division 11–3 17–3
3  Latvia 4 2 2 19 45 −26 0–22 9–6
4  Mexico 4 1 3 16 57 −41 Qualification for Diamond Division 1–16 6–7
5 Spain Spain 4 0 4 17 61 −44 1–27 7–8

Pool E[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification New Zealand Republic of Ireland Sweden Colombia
1  New Zealand 3 3 0 52 9 +43 Qualification for play-in to Championship Division 21–0
2  Ireland 3 2 1 43 15 +28 Qualification for Platinum Division 5–10 20–2 18–3
3  Sweden 3 1 2 20 43 −23 4–21 14–2
4  Colombia 3 0 3 5 53 −48 Qualification for Diamond Division

Championship Division[edit]

 
Play-inQuarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
              
 
 
 
 
19 July
 
 
United States United States20
 
18 July
 
Israel Israel3
 
Israel Israel (OT) 8
 
20 July
 
Japan Japan 7
 
United States United States 19
 
 
England England 8
 
 
19 July
 
 
England England9
 
 
Wales Wales5
 
 
22 July
 
 
United States United States 10
 
 
Canada Canada5
 
 
19 July
 
 
Canada Canada16
 
18 July
 
New Zealand New Zealand1
 
Iroquois Haudenosaunee 2
 
20 July
 
New Zealand New Zealand 9
 
Canada Canada (OT) 8
 
 
Australia Australia6 Third place
 
 
19 July22 July
 
 
Australia Australia21 England England (OT) 10
 
 
Scotland Scotland6 Australia Australia 9
 
 
 
 

Consolation bracket[edit]

 
Semifinal5th position game
 
      
 
20 July
 
 
Israel Israel (OT)8
 
21 July
 
Wales Wales7
 
Israel Israel13
 
20 July
 
Scotland Scotland17
 
New Zealand New Zealand5
 
 
Scotland Scotland7
 
7th position game
 
 
21 July
 
 
Wales Wales11
 
 
New Zealand New Zealand5

Platinum Division[edit]

Platinum Division will define positions 9 to 16.

 
Quarter-finalsSemi-finals9th position game
 
          
 
19 July
 
 
Japan Japan 12
 
20 July
 
South Korea South Korea 4
 
Japan Japan 16
 
19 July
 
Italy Italy 6
 
Germany Germany 11
 
21 July
 
Italy Italy 12
 
Japan Japan 10
 
19 July
 
Czech Republic Czech Republic 7
 
Iroquois Haudenosaunee 19
 
20 July
 
Netherlands Netherlands 11
 
Iroquois Haudenosaunee 6
 
19 July
 
Czech Republic Czech Republic 18 11th position game
 
Republic of Ireland Ireland 6
 
21 July
 
Czech Republic Czech Republic 9
 
Iroquois Haudenosaunee 17
 
 
Italy Italy 18
 

Consolation bracket[edit]

 
Semifinal13th position game
 
      
 
20 July
 
 
South Korea South Korea 1
 
21 July
 
Germany Germany 18
 
Germany Germany8
 
20 July
 
Republic of Ireland Ireland 14
 
Netherlands Netherlands 1
 
 
Republic of Ireland Ireland 13
 
15th position game
 
 
21 July
 
 
South Korea South Korea 8
 
 
Netherlands Netherlands 6

Diamond Division[edit]

Diamond Division will define positions 17 to 25.

 
Quarter-finalsSemi-finals17th position game
 
          
 
19 July
 
 
 Colombia3
 
20 July
 
 Mexico10
 
 Mexico9
 
19 July
 
 Latvia13
 
 Latvia5
 
21 July
 
Spain Spain4
 
Latvia Latvia 10
 
19 July
 
Hong Kong Hong Kong 9
 
 Hong Kong14
 
20 July
 
 Belgium8
 
Hong Kong Hong Kong (OT) 5
 
19 July
 
  Switzerland4 19th position game
 
  Switzerland 12
 
21 July
 
 Sweden 1
 
 Mexico 4
 
 
  Switzerland15
 

Consolation bracket[edit]

 
Semifinal21st position game
 
      
 
20 July
 
 
 Colombia6
 
21 July
 
 China8
 
China China 4
 
20 July
 
Sweden Sweden19
 
 Belgium6
 
 
Sweden Sweden (OT)7
 
23rd position game
 
 
21 July
 
 
Spain Spain13
 
 
Colombia Colombia5

†Loser of game places 25th

Final ranking[edit]

Rank Team Record
Gold medal icon.svg United States United States 8–0
Silver medal icon.svg Canada Canada 6–2
Bronze medal icon.svg England England 4–4
4th Australia Australia 4–4
5th Scotland Scotland 2–6
6th Israel Israel 6–2
7th Wales Wales 2–6
8th New Zealand New Zealand 4–3
9th Japan Japan 7–1
10th Czech Republic Czech Republic 5–3
11th Italy Italy 5–3
12th Iroquois Haudenosaunee 5–3
13th Republic of Ireland Ireland 5–2
14th Germany Germany 5–3
15th South Korea South Korea 4–4
16th Netherlands Netherlands 3–5
17th Latvia Latvia 5–3
18th Hong Kong Hong Kong 4–4
19th Switzerland Switzerland 2–5
20th Mexico Mexico 3–5
21st Sweden Sweden 3–4
22nd China China 1–6
23rd Spain Spain 2–5
24th Colombia Colombia 0–7
25th Belgium Belgium 1–6

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