Canadian Lacrosse Association

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Canadian Lacrosse Association
Canadian Lacrosse Association logo.png
Sport Lacrosse
Jurisdiction National
Abbreviation CLA
Founded 1867
Affiliation Federation of International Lacrosse
Headquarters Ottawa, Ontario
President Max Hunt
Chairman Jim Burke
Secretary Jim Calder
Men's coach Randy Mearns (National Team-Field)
Women's coach Alexis Venechanos (National Team-Field)
Official website
www.lacrosse.ca
Canada

The Canadian Lacrosse Association (CLA; French: l'Association canadienne de crosse), founded in 1867, is the governing body of lacrosse in Canada.[1] It conducts national junior and senior championship tournaments for men and women in both field and box lacrosse. National teams also participates in the World Indoor Lacrosse Championship and World Lacrosse Championship.

In a tax law dispute, the association had its status as a registered amateur athletic association stripped by the Canada Revenue Agency on June 7, 2010.[2]

Championships

Box
Field

Bodies

Leagues

Senior A

Senior B

Junior A

References

  1. ^ "History". Canadian Lacrosse Association. Retrieved 15 November 2017. 
  2. ^ "Lacrosse association loses charity status". CBC Sports. June 7, 2010. 

External links

  • CLA official website


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