Croatian lacrosse league is back!

On the March 30th 2019 first round of Croatian Lacrosse League 2019 was held in Hraščica. Four games were played between Croatian lacrosse teams. Significant improvement was seen between croatian teams – Zagreb Patriots continued their streak of not losing a game, but Split Legion came very close to ending their streak by playing an even match. Zagreb Bulldogs have tried their best, but Patriots have shown their strength once again by winning the match against Bulldogs with a final score of 6 : 4. Varaždin Royals came to the field ready with refreshed roster constisting of many new players, but they could not compete on the same level as other teams, ending the day with two loses. Next round will be held on April 27th in Split – You are all welcome, see you there!


1Zagreb Patriots - Zagreb Bulldogs6 : 4
2Split Legion - Varaždin Royals7 : 0
3Split Legion - Zagreb Patriots3 : 3
4Zagreb Bulldogs - Varaždin Royals10 :2

Players (with atleast one scored goal):

1Fran NucakBulldogs50
2Adrian MorencyLegion31
3Domagoj HečimovićBulldogs30
4Fran VulićBulldogs22
5Ronald ZaumanisLegion21
5Miha JankovićPatriots21
7Nikola VranešićPatriots20
7Christian LibersLegion20
7Filip SeverinPatriots20
7David KastelicBulldogs20
11Lovro NucakBulldogs12
12Tin ČohadžićLegion11
12Bartul MarunićPatriots11
14Matej BodulRoyals10
14Bruno Srezović BjelićRoyals10
14Nikola ŠimunovićLegion10
14Julius WieshollerLegion10
14Marko ČorokaloPatriots10
14Lovro FrkovićPatriots10
14Marko ZrinščakBulldogs10

CLL 2019 Announcement

Croatia Lacrosse is back!

We’re extremely proud to announce the return of the Croatian Lacrosse League for it’s third season!

Also, in the next few days and weeks we’ll be announcing more and more events and plans for 2019. So stick around to get the latest updates!!!


After summer break, Croatian lacrosse league season continues. On saturday, October 14th 2018, four games were played between the four league teams. Zagreb Patriots are getting very close to this season’s trophy, requiring only 1 point to secure the title of 2018 Champions. Zagreb Bulldogs were celebrating against Varaždin Royals, however, by losing the game against Patriots they are left 11 points behind the leaders. Split Legion showed us some solid teamplay and won a game against Varaždin Royals, scoring additional 3 points in the league. There are only two more rounds left untill the end of the season – Zagreb and Varaždin.

For full league statistics, visit the following link: https://croatia-lacrosse.com/stats/.


In times like these it’s hard to find proper words to explain what an amazing experience this was. Competing for the first time in such a major event with 45 other nations is something that will be remembered for years to come.

With 2 wins and 5 defeats, Team Croatia finished 43rd in the standings and will definitely look to build on this momentum going forward. Next time, Croatia will be a force to be reckoned with.

We would like to thank all of the players, staff, benefactors and every single person who was involved in this project from way back in 2011. up until now, without you, this wouldn’t have been possible.

Next stop: European Championship in Wroclaw, 2020.

Croatia - Spain9:12
Croatia - New Zealand2:16
Croatia - Chinese Taipei7:6
Croatia - Hungary3:15
Croatia - Bermuda1:10
Croatia - China10:15
Croatia - Turkey15:8



Croatian Ambassador in Israel Tina Krce is excited to welcome Croatian national team for their first appearance on the World stage! Thank you for your kind words and motivation! We will make Croatia proud! Iznad svih, Hrvatska!


On 20’th May of 2018, the third round of Croatian Lacrosse League was held in Zagreb. Patriots still continued with their domination over other teams, beating Split Legion with a score of 7:0, and further increased their lead on the league table. Zagreb Bulldogs have finally shown us their proper playstyle, scoring 6 points over two games played against Royals and Legion, which puts their team on solid second place in the league standings. For further information, check the tables below:


NumNamePointsGoal difference
1Zagreb Patriots18+33
2Zagreb Bulldogs10+2
3Split Legion4-23
4Varaždin Royals3-11


1Zagreb Bulldogs - Varaždin Royals5 : 3
2Zagreb Patriots - Split Legion7 : 0
4Split Legion - Zagreb Bulldogs1 : 9

Players (with at least one goal)

1David Dačko KastelicBulldogs60
2Filip HabekovićBulldogs33
2Miha JankovićPatriots33
4Domagoj HećimovićBulldogs23
5Matej BodulRoyals20
5Lovro FrkovićPatriots20
7Nikola VranešićPatriots12
8Marko DuvnjakBulldogs11
9Tin ČohadžićLegion10
9Stefan TrajkovićRoyals10
9Lovro NucakBulldogs10
9Fran NucakBulldogs10
9Mislav MatezovićPatriots10
14Uroš DragonjaPatriots01
14Žiga KošćakRoyals01

For complete player goal/assist statistics over every match in the league, check the following link.


On 21’st April of 2018, the second round of Croatian Lacrosse League was held in Hrašćica, near Varaždin. Zagreb Patriots continued with their domination by taking additional 6 points in two matches against Zagreb Bulldogs and Varaždin Royals. Bulldogs have won only one game against Varaždin Royals, which wasn’t enough to put them in second place in league standings. Split Legion was the only team that didn’t show up. For further information, check the tables below:


NumNamePointsGoal difference
1Zagreb Patriots15+26
2Split Legion4-8
3Zagreb Bulldogs4-9
4Varaždin Royals3-9


1Zagreb Bulldogs - Zagreb Patriots0 : 6
2Zagreb Patriots - Varaždin Royals8 : 5
3Varaždin Royals - Zagreb Bulldogs4 : 6
4Split Legion - Varaždin Royals (R)0 : 6
5Zagreb Patriots - Split Legion (R)6 : 0

Players (with at least one goal)

1Nikola VranešićPatriots44
2Filip SeverinPatriots32
3Miha JankovićPatriots31
4Bruno Srezović BjelićRoyals30
5Stefan TrajkovićRoyals30
6Matej BodulBulldogs22
7David Dačko KastelicBulldogs21
8Žiga KošćakRoyals21
9Lovro NucakBulldogs12
10Miloš IvaniševićRoyals12
11Krunoslav CvitašBulldogs10
12Lovro FrkovićPatriots10
13Bartul MarunićPatriots10
14Mislav MatezovićPatriots10

For complete player goal/assist statistics over every match in the league, check the following link.


On 24’th March of 2018, the first round of Croatian Lacrosse League was held in Split. Zagreb Patriots went home with maximum 6 points, while Split Legion improved their play from last year and went home with 4 points. For further information, check the tables below:


NumNamePointsGoal difference
1Zagreb Patriots6+11
2Split Legion4+4
3Zagreb Bulldogs1-5
4Varaždin Royals0-10


1Zagreb Patriots - Zagreb Bulldogs7 : 2
2Split Legion - Varaždin Royals4 : 0
3Varaždin Royals - Zagreb Patriots0 : 6
4Zagreb Bulldogs - Split Legion3 : 3

Players (with atleast one goal)

1Filip SeverinPatriots31
2Adrian MorencyLegion20
3Sebastian KonigsbergLegion20
4Ivan SlipčevićLegion20
5Miha JankovićPatriots22
6Krunoslav CvitašBulldogs20
7Tin ČohadžićLegion10
8Kristijan TirićBulldogs10
9Filip HabekovićBulldogs11
10Lovro NucakBulldogs11
11Nikola VranesicPatriots10
12Luka MarkovPatriots10


We’re proud to announce our 23-man roster for this years World Championship in Netanya, Israel. What we’re even more proud of is the fact that the majority of the roster consists of homegrown players playing in Croatian teams.This will be the first time in history that a Croatian National Lacrosse team is competing in a major international tournament.


With last game in Split, 2017 CLL season has come to an end. After 6 exciting rounds of great Lacrosse we are happy to announce this year’s champions.

With a 4:2 win over Lacrosse klub Zagreb BulldogsZagreb Patriots are Croatian Lacrosse Champions. Congratulations!

With the first historic season of the CLL behind us, now it’s the ideal time to select the MVT (Most Valuable Team) and the MVP (Most Valuable Player) of the 2017. season. So without further ado:

G – Filip Batur (Lacrosse klub Varaždin Royals)

D – Bruno Srezović Bijelić (Lacrosse klub Zagreb Bulldogs)

D – Marko Šoštarić (Zagreb Patriots)

D – Victor Hoursch (Lacrosse klub Split Legion)

M – Tin Čohadžić (Lacrosse klub Split Legion)

M – Filip Severin (Zagreb Patriots)

M – Domagoj Hećimović (Lacrosse klub Zagreb Bulldogs)

A – Fran Vulic (Lacrosse klub Varaždin Royals)

A – Luka Markov (Zagreb Patriots)

A – Filip Habekovic (Lacrosse klub Zagreb Bulldogs)


The MVP title goes to Tin Čohadžić, the heart and soul, the motor that kept Lacrosse klub Split Legion going in every single game this season.

Congratulations to every single player that competed in the CLL this season, without you, this wouldn’t be possible. Expect even bigger things to come in 2018.