World Lacrosse welcomes three new member federations, two new to APLU, plus one new for APLU
The addition of India, Indonesia and Vietnam as Provisional Members of World Lacrosse – which was confirmed by World Lacrosse’s membership via a postal vote that ended November 13 – brings the organization’s global membership to 73, an increase of 30 in the last decade. While India has been a member of the APLU, this ensures alignment between APLU and World Lacrosse. The new agreed process also allowed Indonesia and Vietnam to join the APLU at the same time as joining World Lacrosse. The APLU now has 17 member nations with a couple more in the pipe line.
Welcome all and we look forward to growing the sport in the region.
Update: Saudi Arabia has now formally joined APLU under this new streamlined process.