ESPN Player, the live and on-demand sports streaming service, is launching a brand new channel to cover the World Lacrosse Championships held July 11-20 in Denver, Colorado.

The home for live coverage throughout Europe, ESPN Player – World Lacrosse will exclusively showcase 43 games from the Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) World Championships including all pool games for the world’s top six teams (USA, Canada, England, Australia, Japan and Iroquois Nationals), both semi-finals and the final.

The top game of the pools kicks off the event on Thursday July 10 as two-time World Champions Canada face nine-time winners USA. England start their campaign at 3am BST on Saturday July 12, playing Iroquois. England fans can also watch the match on demand the next day.

Fans of Lacrosse can watch the tournament live, and on demand on ESPN Player, giving them the chance to pause, rewind and replay games.