The 2018 Major League Lacrosse All-Star Game, featuring Team USA against a team of MLL All-Stars, will be televised live on ESPN networks. The game takes place on Thursday, June 28 at 7 p.m. at Harvard Stadium.

The game is slated to air on ESPN2, but if game three is needed in the College World Series on Thursday night, then the MLL All-Star Game will move to ESPNEWS.

“MLL is thrilled to work with ESPN for live coverage of this year’s All-Star Game and Championship game,” said Alexander Brown, MLL Commissioner. “This year’s All-Star game pits MLL’s most talented players against an extremely skilled Team USA. This grudge match has historically proven to be one of the most exciting events our game has to offer and we are excited to have the opportunity to televise it on an ESPN network.”

The U.S. team opened a mini training camp at Gillette Stadium, home of the New England Patriots, on Monday and will wrap up its camp on Wednesday before departing for Boston on Thursday morning for the All-Star Game.

Following the All-Star Game, the U.S. team players will return to their Major League Lacrosse teams before heading to Israel on July 8 for the 2018 Federation of International Lacrosse Men's World Championship.

The U.S. opens world championship play on Thursday, July 12 against the Iroquois Nationals and the event runs through July 21. The majority of U.S. games will be aired on ESPN2 or ESPNU. Click here to see the complete U.S. team schedule from Israel.

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