Mann Cup tickets on sale now

The Western Lacrosse Association and the New Westminster Salmonbellies are excited to announce the schedule and ticket sales information for the 2017 Mann Cup, starting Friday, Sept. 8.

The New Westminster Salmonbellies earned the right to host and compete in this year’s national championship, defeating the Maple Ridge Burrards in the semi-finals and Victoria Shamrocks in the finals of the WLA playoffs; back East, the Peterborough Lakers defeated the Six Nations Chiefs in five games and will be flying to the West Coast to contest the ultimate box lacrosse trophy – the Mann Cup.

All games in the best-of-seven series will be played at Queen’s Park Arena in New Westminster on the Salmonbellies iconic green wooden floor and broadcast live on WLA TV, with 7:30 p.m. start times (doors open at 6:30 p.m.) on the following dates:

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

 *If necessary

Tickets are all general admission. Adult tickets are priced at $25, seniors and students at $20, and children, twelve and under, at $10 (all prices include taxes and fees). Tickets are only available online or in person at the Box Office at Queen's Park Arena:

  1. Onlineby clicking here
  2. In Person – at the Queen’s Park Arena office, Monday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  3. At The Door – at Queen’s Park Arena on game days from 5 p.m.

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.