|Appearances||10 (first in 1982)|
|Best result||Third place (1986)|
The Scotland national women's lacrosse team represents Scotland at women's lacrosse. It is governed by Lacrosse Scotland
Scotland is a country that is part of the United Kingdom. It covers the northern third of the island of Great Britain, with a border with England to the southeast, and is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean to the north and west, the North Sea to the northeast, the Irish Sea to the south, and more than 790 islands, including the Northern Isles and the Hebrides.
Women's lacrosse, sometimes shortened to lax, is a sport with twelve players on each team. Originally played by indigenous peoples of the Americas, the modern women's game was introduced in 1890 at the St Leonard's School in St Andrews, Scotland. The rules of women's lacrosse differ significantly from men's field lacrosse.
Lacrosse Scotland is the national governing body of lacrosse in Scotland. Previously known as the Scottish Lacrosse Association (SLA), name changed upon incorporation in 2005. It is a member of the Federation of International Lacrosse and the European Lacrosse Federation. It sends representative teams to participate in the Men's World Lacrosse Championship and the Women's Lacrosse World Cup. In the Men's 2006 World Lacrosse Championship, the national team placed eleventh out of twenty-one competing countries, and at the 2005 Women's World Cup, the national women's team placed seventh out of ten countries. Scotland also participates in both the men's and women's Under-19 World Championships.
Teams were split into three separate pools. Pool B consisted of Wales, Scotland, Czech Republic, Germany and New Zealand, who played round robins games against each team in their pool seeding for the quarterfinals. The quarterfinals were followed up by consolation games, the semifinals, and the bronze and gold medal games.Scotland lost to Australia 17-4 in the quarterfinals.
The World Indoor Lacrosse Championship is an international box lacrosse tournament sponsored by World Lacrosse that is held every four years. Since the first tournament in 2003, Canada has won all four gold medals and is undefeated in all games. Canada hosted the first two tournaments, the Czech Republic hosted in 2011 and the Onondaga Nation, south of Syracuse, New York, hosted in 2015. The 2019 WILC will be held in Langley, British Columbia, Canada.
Canada won its second gold medal at the 2006 World Lacrosse Championship, held in London, Ontario from 14 to 22 July. The Canadians defeated the United States in the final 15–10 in front of 7,735 fans. It marked only the second loss by the Americans since the championship was founded in 1967. The first was Canada's historic 17–16 overtime win in the 1978 final. Canadian Geoff Snider was the tournament MVP for his outstanding face-off performance, winning 19 of 28 draws in the final.
The 2009 Women's Lacrosse World Cup, the eighth World Cup played, is the preeminent international women's lacrosse tournament. The tournament was held at SK Slavia Praha Sport Centre in Prague, Czech Republic from June 17 to June 27, 2009. USA defeated Australia in the finals to win the tournament.
The Scotland national men's lacrosse team is governed by Lacrosse Scotland and is coached by former National Lacrosse League player, Brian Silcott.
The 2014 World Lacrosse Championship was held July 10–19 at Dick's Sporting Goods Park outside Denver, Colorado. 38 nations played 142 games in this international men's lacrosse championship tournament organized by the Federation of International Lacrosse. Nine nations—Belgium, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Israel, Russia, Thailand, Turkey, and Uganda—all competed in the event for the first time.
The 2013 Women's Lacrosse World Cup, the ninth World Cup played, is the preeminent international women's lacrosse tournament. The tournament was held at the Civic Recreation Complex in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada from July 10 through July 20, 2013.
The 2007 European Women Sevens Championship was the fifth edition of the European Women's Sevens Championship.
The IBSA Goalball World Championships is an international goalball tournament held every four years, since 1978, between Paralympic Games goalball tournaments. It is organised by the International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) Goalball Subcommittee.
The 1993 Women's Lacrosse World Cup was the fourth Women's Lacrosse World Cup and was played at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, Scotland from 7-14 August 1993. The United States defeated England in the final to win the tournament.
The 2001 Women's Lacrosse World Cup was the sixth Women's Lacrosse World Cup and was played in High Wycombe, England from July 7-14, 2001. The United States defeated Australia in the final to win the tournament.
The 2005 Women's Lacrosse World Cup was the seventh Women's Lacrosse World Cup and was played in Annapolis, Maryland from 23 June - 2 July, 2005. Australia defeated the United States in the final to win the tournament.
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