If you have come to this page, you are likely a parent looking for information on lacrosse programs because your son/daughter is new to lacrosse. We have compiled a number of Frequently Asked Questions below, but we would also like to draw your attention to other sections of this website you might find useful.

If you are looking for information on registration, calendar of events, player equipment, rink locations or tournaments, then please be sure to review the INFORMATION section of the website.

If you are looking for information on our programs by age group, then please go to the PROGRAMS section of the website.

If you are looking for information on tournaments, then please go to the TOURNAMENTS section of the website.

If you are interested in having your son/daughter sign up as a referee, then please go to the REFEREE section of the website.

Frequently Asked Questions:

1. When does the season start?

Clubs will hold evaluations and make up teams from late March to the end of April. The season generally starts in late April or early May and continues to end of June, with playoffs to the end of June to mid-July. This includes league play, city championships and provincials. Teams winning the city championships are expected to compete in Provincials which is held over the first 2 weeks of July.

2. How do I register my son/daughter to play lacrosse?

Registration is completed through your local club which is determined by where you live. For more information on registrations, please refer to the REGISTRATIONS page.

3. What equipment will my son/daughter need?

For a full list of equipment, please refer to the EQUIPMENT page.

4. What are the age groups?

The age groups are as follows. Ages are as of December 31 of the calendar year.

Mini Tyke – 4-6 years old

Tyke – 6-8 years old

Novice – 9-10 years old

PeeWee – 11-12 years old

Bantam – 13-14 years old

Midget – 15-16 years old

 

Other Information

Referees Are Only Human – Referees Only Human

Zero Tolerance Policy – Zero Tolerance Policy – Expected Behavior of Fans