National Teams

Do you have what it takes to wear the Blue-and-White?

Both our men’s and women’s teams are consistently listed among the top of the world rankings and are comprised of native Israeli and North American-based players. It is an honor and a privilege for our athletes to wear the blue-and-white and represent their homeland as they train and compete internationally. All members of our national teams will also have the opportunity to coach and engage with youth players in Israel.

Men's National Team singing Hatikvah before competing in the 2018 World Championships games in Netanya, Israel.

National Teams

Do you have what it takes to wear the blue and white?

Both our men’s and women’s national teams are consistently among the top teams in World Lacrosse’s rankings. Our teams are composed of both native Israeli and US-based players. It is an honor and a privilege for our athletes to wear the blue and white and represent their homeland as they train and compete internationally. All members of our national teams will also have the opportunity to coach and engage with youth players in Israel.

The Israel women’s national team is currently ranked #6 in the world and #2 in Europe. The next major quadrennial event is the 2022 Women’s World Championships, held in Towson, Maryland. Israel will also be making their debut in the new Sixes discipline at The World Games 2022 in Birmingham, Alabama.

See Women’s Team Details

The Israel men’s national field team is currently ranked #7 in the world and #2 in Europe. The next major quadrennial event is the 2023 Men’s World Lacrosse Championship, held in San Diego, California. Informal evaluations for the team will be held throughout 2022, including at the Heritage Cup held in Springfield, MA, from May 27-30.

See Men’s Field Team Details

The Israel men’s national box team is currently ranked #5 in the world and #1 in Europe. The team generally holds two training/tryout camps annually, alongside major club tournaments in Prague, Czech Republic, and Onondaga Nation. The next major quadrennial event is the 2022 European Box Lacrosse Championship, held in Hanover, Germany.

See Men’s Box Team Details

The Israel U-21 men’s national team is currently ranked #6 in the world and #5 in Europe. The next major quadrennial event is the 2022 U-21 World Lacrosse Championship, held in Limerick, Ireland.

The Israel U-19 women’s national team is currently ranked #13 in the world and #5 in Europe.

Visit Our National Training Facility

The Daniel Kraft Family National Lacrosse Center is the only lacrosse-specific facility outside North America. It serves as a center for our domestic lacrosse players to experience a higher standard of training.

Visit our National Training Facility during one of our many events or join one of our teams or outreach programs to train and play on the field.

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