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ESPN Player to showcase World Lacrosse Championships

International sports broadcaster ESPN has said it will provide live and on demand coverage of the forthcoming World Lacrosse Championships in Europe, the Middle East and Africa via ESPN Player, its direct-to-consumer service.

Across 10 days of play, more than 170 games will be available for fans to watch in more than 120 countries, aside from the tournament’s host nation, Israel.

The tournament, hosted in Netanya Stadium and Wingate Institute in Netanya, begins on July 12, culminating in the championship game on July 21.

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