Iroquois Lacrosse Arena

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Iroquois Lacrosse Arena
Location 3201 Second Line Rd RR 6, Hagersville, Ontario
Coordinates 43°00′32″N 80°03′41″W / 43.0088°N 80.0614°W / 43.0088; -80.0614Coordinates: 43°00′32″N 80°03′41″W / 43.0088°N 80.0614°W / 43.0088; -80.0614
Owner Curt Styres, Delby Powless
Capacity 2,300 (permanent)
3,000 (including temporary bleachers)[1]
SouthWest Cyclops (CLax)
Ohsweken Demons (CLax)
Six Nations Chiefs (MSL)
Six Nations Slash (Can-Am)
Six Nations Arrows (OJALL)
Six Nations Rebels (OJBLL)
Six Nations Warriors (OJCLL)

The Iroquois Lacrosse Arena is an indoor lacrosse arena on the outskirts of Hagersville, Ontario, Canada on the Six Nations of the Grand River Reserve.

The arena is home to two professional lacrosse clubs, the SouthWest Cyclops and Ohsweken Demons of the Canadian Lacrosse League. It is also the home of the three-time Mann Cup winning Six Nations Chiefs, the two-time Minto Cup winning Six Nations Arrows, and the four-time Founders Cup winning Six Nations Rebels.

The Iroquois Lacrosse Arena had hosting duties for the 2009 Canadian Senior B Presidents Cup Championships.


  1. ^ Laskaris, Sam. "Iroquois Lacrosse Arena a Community Success Story". Indian Country. Retrieved January 28, 2013. 

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