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Registration Dates:

Regular Registration:  October 1st - December 1st

Late Registration:  December 2nd - December 15th (will incur a $40 late fee)


New to Lacrosse?  Read our FAQ


Participation Requirements

All players must be a US Lacrosse Member to participate in a GBYLA program.  US Lacrosse Youth Membership is $30 and High School is $35US Lacrosse Membership dues are paid directly to US Lacrosse.  Please click HERE for US Lacrosse member information.   A membership may be renewed or purchased through the GBYLA registration process.


Spring Season 2018 Age Cutoffs for Boys & Girls:

8U

September 1, 2009 - August 31, 2011

10U

September 1, 2007 - August 31, 2009

12U

September 1, 2005 - August 31, 2007

14U

January 1, 2003 - August 31, 2005

(all 9th graders play High School regardless of age)

High School

Grades 9 - 12

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


  2018 Youth Player Rates

   2018 Varsity Player Rates

 


Small Sided Game Formats:

Boys 8U Format:  5 v 5 no goalie, no offsides, Face Off (2017 GBYLA small sided rules apply)

Boys 10U Format:  7 v 7 with goalie, offsides, Face Off

Girls 8U Format:  4 v 4 no goalie, no draw

Girls 10U Format:  7 v 7 no goalie, players must hold for possession on the draw

Girls 12U Format:  Small Sided TBD based on registration numbers.


REQUIRED EQUIPMENT

EQUIPMENT FITTING GUIDE HERE

(player equipment not included in the Spring Season program fees)

To participate;  boys & girls are required to have a solid colored mouth guard.  

Boys are required to have an athletic cup.

 BOYS  GIRLS
 Lacrosse Helmet  Women's Lacrosse Goggles
 
 Lacrosse Shoulder and Arm Pads
 
 Women's Lacrosse Stick
 
 Lacrosse Gloves
 
 Women's Lacrosse Helmet (optional)
 
Men's Lacrosse Stick
 

SUBMIT PLAY DOWN REQUEST HERE

For safety reasons only*.  Player must be fully registered and paid for the

2018 Spring Season in order to apply for a Play Down Request.

*Required evaluations will be conducted in December 2017 on a date, time & place TBD.

(All players must be evaluated for play down consideration)