In the late 1990s, as the sport of inter-crosse was developing, several voices were raised in favour of playing the game in a more competitive form. After discussions with its member federations, the FIIC created the World Cup, which first took place in Auderghem, Belgium in 1999.
Initially, there was only a men’s tournament but in 2001 the first women’s World Cup was held in Lecco, Italy.
The creation of the World Cup has lead to a rapid technical development of the sport. A development that is still very much in progress.
|2013||Lons-le-Saunier, France||Czech Republic||Czech Republic|
|2012||Prague, Czech Republic||Czech Republic||Germany|
|2008||Kriens, Switzerland||Czech Republic||Czech Republic|
|2006||Szombathely, Hungary||Czech Republic||Cancelled|
|2005||Prague, Czech Republic||Czech Republic||Czech Republic|
|2004||Sursee, Switzerland||Czech Republic||Czech Republic|
|2002||Szombathely, Hungary||Czech Republic||Czech Republic|
|2001||Lecco, Italy||Québec||Czech Republic|
|1999||Auderghem, Belgium||Czech Republic||N/A|