More than 400 of the world’s top lacrosse players are set to compete at Langley Events Centre, site of the 2019 World Lacrosse Men’s Indoor Championship.

Twenty teams will compete for the Cockerton Cup, with the action getting underway on Thursday, September 19 and continuing until Saturday, September 28 with 72 games played over those 10 days.

There will also be an Opening Ceremony on Wednesday, September 18 at 2:30 p.m. which is open to the general public and free to attend.

The games will be played at the Langley Events Centre Arena Bowl and Fieldhouse.

The 20 teams are split among four Groups for the round robin, which runs Sept. 19 to 23, before the top eight compete in the Championship Bracket while the remaining dozen battle in the Placement Bracket.

The Championship features teams from Australia, Austria, Canada, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, England, Finland, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Iroquois Nationals, Israel, Mexico, Netherlands, Scotland, Serbia, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland and the United States with Canada serving as the four-time champion of the event.

And while teams have until 24 hours prior to the start of the Championship to declare their final roster, currently there are 45 players from B.C. competing in the event. And an additional 27 from the province are either serving in some capacity with the teams while four have been selected to serve as officials at the event.

Alex GajicBurnabySerbiaAthlete
Ilija GajicBurnabySerbiaAthlete
Marko KonjevicBurnabySerbiaAthlete
Nik BilicBurnabySerbiaAthlete
Tyler CromptonChilliwackFinlandAthlete
Matt BeersCoquitlamCanadaAthlete
Christian Del BiancoCoquitlamCanadaAthlete
Ben McIntoshCoquitlamCanadaAthlete
Frank SciglianoCoquitlamEnglandAthlete
Rhys ParsonsCoquitlamNetherlandsAthlete
Andrew GallantCoquitlamNetherlandsAthlete
Ross ParsonsCoquitlamNetherlandsAthlete
Craig McFeetersCoquitlamScotlandAthlete
Sam ClareDeltaEnglandAthlete
Tyson RoeDuncanEnglandAthlete
Mason SuppanzKamloopsAustriaAthlete
Patrick SzaboLadnerIrelandAthlete
Brendan SzaboLadnerIrelandAthlete
Vincent JohanssonLadnerSwedenAthlete
Jordan West-PrattMissionHong KongAthlete
Colin JeffreyNanaimoAustraliaAthlete
Aaron VanderhorstNanaimoNetherlandsAthlete
Iain MurrayNew WestminsterScotlandAthlete
Thomas JohnsonNorth DeltaSwedenAthlete
Nick KapustyPentictonSlovakiaAthlete
Curtis DicksonPort CoquitlamCanadaAthlete
Luke LehtimakiPort CoquitlamFinlandAthlete
Dane DobbiePort MoodyCanadaAthlete
DJ SaariPowell RiverFinlandAthlete
Cole PaciejewskiPrince GeorgeScotlandAthlete
Leif PaulsonPrince GeorgeSwedenAthlete
Noah HoseltonRichmondSlovakiaAthlete
Eli McLaughlinSurreyCanadaAthlete
Ivan Alejandro RojasSurreyCosta RicaAthlete
Brent KujalaVancouverFinlandAthlete
Brendan FarrellVancouverIrelandAthlete
Arthur CullinanVancouverIrelandAthlete
Thomas MoffattVancouverScotlandAthlete
Iain VickersVancouverScotlandAthlete
Sam VickersVancouverScotlandAthlete
Tyson BlackVictoriaAustraliaAthlete
Peter DubenskiVictoriaCzech RepublicAthlete
Brandan SmithVictoriaEnglandAthlete
Caleb KueberVictoriaEnglandAthlete
Jordan Shayne WongVictoriaHong KongAthlete
Patrick DifferAbbotsfordCosta RicaCoach
Kyle SorensenBurnabyAustriaCoach
Julian KolbBurnabyAustriaCoach
Rusty WillisBurnabyNetherlandsTrainer
Naomi GilliganBurnabySwedenTrainer
Dave EvansBurnabyCosta RicaCoach
Brian LeeBurnabyWorld LacrosseOfficial
Ryan WilliamsCoquitlamAustraliaScout
Dan PerreaultCoquitlamEnglandCoach
Adam SmithLangleyAustraliaCoach
Garrett BillingsLangleyIrelandCoach
Curt MalawskyMaple RidgeCanadaCoach
Travis GillespieMaple RidgeHong KongCoach
Ricky WillisNew WestminsterNetherlandsTrainer
Brian TyackeNew WestminsterSwitzerlandCoach
Neil TyackeNew WestminsterSwitzerlandCoach
Tewanee JosephNorth VancouverSerbiaCoach
Pat CoylePitt MeadowsCanadaCoach
Nick ThomasPort MoodyWorld LacrosseOfficial
Matt LevequeSurreyAustraliaScout
Neil DoddridgeVancouverFinlandCoach
Rod BanisterVancouverHong KongCoach
Jacob SafarikVancouverAustriaCoach
Scott BrowningVictoriaHong KongCoach
Walt ChristiansonVictoriaEnglandCoach
Jordan SundherVictoriaEnglandCoach
Jamie TaskoVictoriaEnglandAssistant team manager
Grant HamiltonVictoriaHong KongCoach
Martin O’NeillVictoriaCzech RepublicCoach
Cam AndersonVictoriaWorld LacrosseOfficial
Andy WatsonVictoriaWorld LacrosseOfficial