Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 7/11/10
Inside Lacrosse is reporting that ESPNU will air the FIL World Championship Game, live from Manchester, England at 11 a.m., on July 24.
Quint Kessenich and Joe Beninati will call the play from Charlotte, N.C., with the video feed coming from England.
The FIL is filming games throughout the tournament and will make them available via pay-per-view. Highlights of the games will be shown every day on InsideLacrosse.tv.
Pool play begins July 15 with host England playing the Iroquois in a Blue Division matchup. Team USA, expected to vie with defending champion Canada for the crown, plays its first game the next day against Australia.
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