LaBox 2017 – 300 players, 24 teams, two parties, one weekend of lacrosse. Captured for you in our 2017 aftermovie!
Two days, 24 teams, almost 300 players – Göttingen Lacrosse organized LaBox back in December 2017. The indoor tournament held at Felix-Klein-Gymnasium brought together 12 women’s and 12 men’s teams from Germany, Austria, Poland, and Scotland who competed for the highly coveted LaBox trophy.
Tick, tick, tick – In exactly three weeks, LaBox 2017 will be kicked off by the legendary meet&greet in the Freihafen! Of course, there will also be a full scale party on Saturday in the einsB! Don’t forget to get tickets for fans and friends!
All information regarding the parties can be found here!
With 12 women’s and men’s teams each and four groups, LaBox is one of the bigger tournaments in the German lacrosse landscape. To help you understand the tournament system, we created this handy flowchart for you guys so that you don’t get lost somewhere between all those phases and brackets.
LaBox 2017 is less than a month away! At the Göttingen LaBox headquarters, preparations are running at full speed. Today, we proudly present you the final schedule for LaBox 2017.
Are you curious to know who your team will be facing in the group stage? We’re happy to announce the groups for LaBox 2017 today.
Announcing the 24 teams for LaBox 2017! 21 teams from Germany and one team each from Austria, Poland and Scotland will compete for the much-wanted LaBox trophy in Göttingen this December. The international line-up makes for an exciting tournament! To all the teams that only made it to the waiting list: Chin up, LaBox 2018 is very likely to happen.
Since we are a German tournament, one thing is of particular importance to us – REGELN!!! Thus, we gave our custom LaBox rules from 2016 a little facelift. Check them out here: //www.labox.goettingen-lacrosse.de/de/regeln/. Nothing has been changed too much though: We mainly clarified the regulations for the goalie equipment. This year, we will allow box lacrosse protective gear, however no box goalie sticks. It is now also explicitly allowed to have male goalies in the women’s games and vice versa.