Asia Pacific Lacrosse Championship
SportField lacrosse
Founded2004
CountriesAPLU member nations
Most recent
champion(s)
M:  Japan (5th title)
W:  Japan (5th title)

The Asia Pacific Lacrosse Championship (also known as the ASPAC Lacrosse Championship) is an international lacrosse competition contested to determine the best lacrosse national team in the Asia Pacific region. The first edition was played in Australia, the same year the Asia Pacific Lacrosse Union was organized. The following edition was held in Japan in 2005. Since then the competition is held every two years. A women's competition was introduced in 2009.[1]

Finals results

Men's competition

Year Host Champions Runners-up Third place Fourth place
2004
Details
Australia
Adelaide

Australia

Japan

South Korea
N/A
2005
Details
Japan
Osaka

Australia U21

Japan

South Korea

Hong Kong
2007
Details
New Zealand
Auckland

Australia U21

Japan U21

New Zealand
Hong KongSouth Korea
Hong Kong / South Korea
2009
Details
South Korea
Suwon

Japan U22

Australia U22

South Korea

Hong Kong
2011
Details
New Zealand
Auckland

Japan U22

Australia U23

New Zealand

Hong Kong
2013
Details
China
Beijing

Japan U22

Australia U23

Thailand

China
2015
Details
Thailand
Bangkok

Japan

Thailand

Australia

Hong Kong
2017
Details
South Korea
Seogwipo

Japan

Australia

Hong Kong

South Korea

Women's competition

Year Host Champions Runners-up Third place Fourth place
2009
Details
South Korea
Suwon

Japan U22

Hong Kong

South Korea
N/A
2011
Details
New Zealand
Auckland

Japan U22

Australia U23

New Zealand U19

Hong Kong
2013
Details
China
Beijing

Japan U21

Australia U23

South Korea

China
2015
Details
Thailand
Bangkok

Japan

Australia

South Korea

Hong Kong
2017
Details
South Korea
Seogwipo

Japan

Australia

New Zealand

South Korea

See also

References

  1. ^ "ASPAC Championship History". Asia Pacific Lacrosse Union. Retrieved 30 July 2018.