Regina, the RWLC mascot, has been travelling the world in the lead up to the Rathbones World Cup in July. Visiting wineries in France and beaches in Antigua, see where she has been and win your own.
Didn’t know there was a world cup this summer in the UK? Three champion athletes introduce the FIL Rathbones Lacrosse Women’s World Cup and speak from experience about how any prestigious tournament inspires players, viewers and the next generation of sports stars.
The Rathbones Women’s Lacrosse Home Internationals will be an exciting weekend of lacrosse and one of the last chances for the home nation teams to test their mettle before the upcoming FIL Rathbones Women’s Lacrosse World Cup in July.
Three British sporting greats visited our new London head office recently to discuss the growth of women's sport, inspiring the next generation and the importance of hosting world competitions in the UK.
The 2017 Rathbones National Schools Lacrosse Championship (RNSLC) once again produced another great festival of lacrosse at Surrey Sports Park. More than 3500 girls competed over four days of competition in what is the flagship schools event in the lacrosse calendar.
A number of people have already secured their very own Regina mascot through competitions and lacrosse achievements, but there are still more available.
Come and join us at Surrey Sports Park where over 3500 students will be competing in the Rathbones Nationals Schools Lacrosse Championships across four days of great lacrosse.
We are excited to announce that tickets for the 2017 FIL Rathbones Women’s Lacrosse World Cup are on sale now.
England hosted the World Champions, USA as both teams prepare for the 2017 FIL Rathbones Women's Lacrosse World Cup. This was the first time the teams faced each other since the 2013 World Cup. USA were in formidable form dispatching England twice during the World Cup with style.