European Lacrosse Federation
|Affiliation||Federation of International Lacrosse|
|President||Steph Migchelsen |
European Lacrosse Federation (ELF) is the sport governing body of men and women's lacrosse in Europe. It was founded in 1995 by the Czech Republic, Scotland, England, Sweden, Germany and Wales. There are currently 31 member nations.
The ELF sponsors the European Lacrosse Championships for national teams in both men’s and women's lacrosse. The annual Aleš Hřebeský Memorial tournament in Prague is the largest European box lacrosse tournament. The main club field lacrosse competition is the Ken Galluccio Cup, where the winner of each country’s league competes to decide the European club champion.
The ELF is an affiliate member of the lacrosse world governing body, the Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL). 21 ELF members are full members of the FIL, which is the majority of all full members.
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