Mann Cup Live Streaming!

The Western Lacrosse Association and the New Westminster Salmonbellies are pleased to announce that all Mann Cup games will be streamed live on WLA TV.

The New Westminster Salmonbellies will host the Six Nations Chiefs at historic Queen’s Park Arena in New Westminster to compete for the ultimate box lacrosse trophy – the Mann Cup.

The schedule is as follows, with all games starting at 7:30 pm.

  • Game #1 – Friday, September 8th
  • Game #2 – Saturday, September 9th
  • Game #3 – Monday, September 11th
  • Game #4 – Tuesday, September 12th
  • Game #5 – Wednesday, September 13th
  • Game #6 – Friday, September 15th
  • Game #7 – Saturday, September 16th

“With games expected to sellout, lacrosse fans from across the country will still be able to watch every game on their computer, tablet, or smart phone”, said WLA Commissioner, Paul Dal Monte.

The pay-per-view price is $19.99 per game or $69.99 for a four-game package. Packages are available only until 7:30 pm Friday September 8th.  Go to for further details.

Be sure to stay up to date with all of the WLA’s latest news and updates on our website, as well as on our Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter pages.  For webcasting, go to

For game tickets, go to Tickets are also available at the Queens Park Arena Box Office.  Ticket prices are $25 for adults, $20 for seniors and students, and $10 for children (under twelve).  Prices do not include fees and taxes.

Donated by Sir Donald Mann in 1910 as the senior amateur championship trophy as a challenge trophy, the 1925 New Westminster Salmonbellies turned the trophy over to the Canadian Lacrosse Association to institute a national playoff system between the East and West. The Mann Cup was played for under field lacrosse rules, until 1932 when box lacrosse was adopted by the CLA. The trophy itself lives permanently at the Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame in New Westminster, as it is made of solid, low-karat gold, and is valued at over $177,000.

The Western Lacrosse Association (WLA) is an amateur league of men’s Senior A box lacrosse sanctioned by the Canadian Lacrosse Association. It consists of seven teams, based in cities throughout southwestern British Columbia. Each year, the playoff teams battle for the right to compete against the Major Series Lacrosse champion for the Mann Cup every September. The championship is hosted alternately between Ontario and British Columbia every year.