The World Lacrosse Board of Directors is considering proposed changes to the governing body's membership requirements and application process, following its most recent meeting via videoconference.
Sambo, lacrosse and kickboxing among six International Federations set for permanent IOC recognition
Six International Federations (IFs) have been recommended for full International Olympic Committee (IOC) recognition by the Executive Board, including the International Sambo Federation (FIAS) and World Lacrosse.
World Lacrosse has announced the seedings for next year's World Lacrosse Women's World Championship, with hosts the United States set to be the top seed for the competition.
World Lacrosse and the Limerick 2022 Organising Committee have announced that a record 23 teams will play at next year's Men's Under-21 World Championship.
World Lacrosse has officially launched a new six-a-side version of the sport with the ultimate goal of Olympic inclusion.
World Lacrosse chief executive Jim Scherr has expressed hope that the sport could have an opportunity to join programme for the Los Angeles 2028 Olympic Games.
The South African Lacrosse Association (SALA) has been accepted as a World Lacrosse member, taking the International Federation's membership to 69.
World Lacrosse has promoted Kenya and the Philippines to full members of the governing body.
World Lacrosse has pledged its support to the documentary Sleeping Warrior, which follows the story of the sport's first women's African team to compete in a World Championship.
World Lacrosse has elevated the Costa Rica Lacrosse Sporting Federation to full membership of the global governing body.
World Lacrosse seeks submissions of interest for Men’s Indoor and Women's Under-20 World Championships
World Lacrosse has opened the window for potential hosts to submit expressions of interest in staging the Men’s Indoor World Championship and Women's Under-20 World Championship in 2024.
New dates for next year's Men's Under-21 World Championship have been announced by World Lacrosse.
This year's World Lacrosse Women's World Championship in the United States has been pushed back to 2022 because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Uganda Lacrosse Association (ULA) has become the first African body recognised as a full member of World Lacrosse.
World Lacrosse has approved the initial set of playing rules for the sport's new 6v6 discipline.