Team Éire Set to Compete at 2024 Heritage Cup

Team Éire Set to Compete at 2024 Heritage Cup

DUBLIN, IRELAND – Team Éire will be competing in the eighth-annual Heritage Cup Tournament, 24-27 May 2024 at Haverford College in Haverford, PA, USA. Heritage Cup is held in conjunction with the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Final Four, and is primarily an opportunity for USA-based athletes to contribute to the development of international lacrosse by raising awareness, funds and participating in equipment drives for their ancestral homelands.

The Éire Programme was established to help develop the Ireland Lacrosse National Teams. Éire teams are entered into events as a means for both National Team and non-national team players to get more experience, playing time, and coaching in non-World Lacrosse or European Lacrosse events. Eligibility for the Éire team is more flexible than for the Irish National Teams, as non-passport holders are welcomed (see National Team Vision (Player Eligibility & Selection Policy for more information).

Éire teams will be entered into the following divisions at Heritage Cup: Men’s Open, Women’s Open, Boy’s U-19, Boy’s U-15 and Boy’s U-13. With the 2025 Men’s European Championship and the 2025 Men’s U20 World Championship on the horizon, our Men’s National Programme will be utilizing the Heritage Cup as a selection event for eligible players on the Boy’s U-19 and Men’s Open Team. The Women’s National Programme will evaluate eligible individuals for addition to the National Player Pool.

Members of the Irish National Team (players and staff) will be interacting with their younger counterparts throughout the long weekend, conducting clinics, sharing meals, and supporting each other at their games. Player registration and check-in is at Haverford College on Friday, 24 May, and the program will run through the NCAA Championship Game on Monday, 27 May, at approximately 3pm. All players are required to stay with the team at Haverford College. Parents who are in the area are welcome to join the group for select meals and events (to be advised).


How To Register Interest: Team Éire participating teams and interested player* registration links below. Interested player registration ends March 31st or until roster is full:


Men’s Division (players must be 16 or older as of May 24, 2024)


Women’s Division (players must be 15 or older as of May 24, 2024)


U-19 Boys Division (players must be 19 or younger as of May 27, 2024)


U-15 Boys Division (players must be 15 or younger as of May 27, 2024)


U-13 Boys Division (players must be 13 or younger as of May 27, 2024)


Please note: completing the interested player registration does not confirm a spot on a team. Active membership is required to register and participate. A representative from Ireland Lacrosse will send an invitation to confirm a spot and provide additional details if selected for a team.

Additional details to be provided upon team selection notification. The cost to participate will include tournament fee, three-piece kit, three-night stay on campus along with three meals a day (besides Saturday lunch), transportation to and from NCAA championship games, tickets to all games and other Ireland organized events.

Please reach out to Aaron Cahill ( with any questions. 



Assistant Coach, Women's National Team

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