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Free Try Lacrosse Clinics - Boys and Girls

Try out lacrosse with Armstrong Cooper Youth Lacrosse! Clinics are 45 mins and will be packed with fun skills-based games aimed at helping kids learn how to throw, catch, scoop and shoot the ball. 

Boys & Girls: 1st - 8th grade who have not played lacrosse or attended a previous try-it and would like to see what the sport is about. Invite your friends!


  • Thursdays - Jan 6, 13, 20 and 27
  • 5:15 - 6:00pm
  • Plymouth Community Center Fieldhouse
  • 14800 34th Ave N, Plymouth, MN 55447
  • Map & Directions

No lacrosse equipment needed! Bring a water bottle and tennis shoes.

The temperature inside the fieldhouse dome depends on the outdoor temperature and will range from 30-55 degrees. Attendees are encouraged to dress in layers. 

participants must be registered to attend! Limit of 2 sessions per participant.


Boy's & Girl's Winter Lacrosse Skillz

Join us at the Plymouth Creek Center dome for a winter development program! The sessions are designed to provide boys and girls productive and engaging training focused on the development of tactical skills and lacrosse IQ for players at any level.

Clinics are run by Homegrown Lacrosse and include former collegiate players.

Grades: 1 - 8


5 SESSIONS = $125


  • Girls (Tuesdays) - Feb 15, 22, March 1, 8 and 15
  • Boys (Thursdays) - Feb 17, 24, March 3, 10 and 17
  • 5:00 - 6:00 pm
  • Plymouth Community Center Fieldhouse (Dome Turf) - 14800 34th Ave., Plymouth




Lacrosse is an awesome high energy game combining soccer-style continuous play, basketball strategy and the stick skills of hockey. Come see what the fun is all about!

Our youth lacrosse program is home to players living in or attending school in the Robbinsdale Area School District.

For more details visit the Boys Program Page or Girls Program Page.

Boy's - 2021 Summer Team Openings

10U (Grades 3 - 4) CLOSED
12U (Grades 5 - 6) CLOSED
14U (Grades 7 - 8) CLOSED

Boy's - 2021 Spring Team Openings

8U (Grades 1 - 2) CLOSED
10U (Grades 3 - 4) CLOSED
12U (Grades 5 - 6) CLOSED
14U (Grades 7 - 8) CLOSED

Girl's - 2021 Summer Team Openings

10U (Grades 3 - 4) CLOSED
12U (Grades 5 - 6) CLOSED
14U (Grades 7 - 8) CLOSED
18U (Grades 9 - 12) CLOSED

Girl's - 2021 Spring Team Openings

8U (Grades 1 - 2) CLOSED
10U (Grades 3 - 4) CLOSED
12U (Grades 5 - 6) CLOSED
14U (Grades 7 - 8) CLOSED

Waitlist Process

When a team at any of the individual age levels reaches its maximum team size, we will close registration for that level and start a temporary waitlist. To get on a waitlist, athletes need to email either the Boys VP or Girls VP. All new player requests after a team has gone to waitlist status will be reserved a spot on the waitlist based on the order of email request until the league can confirm the ability to form an additional team at that age group. ACYLA will make every effort to try and form additional teams or work with other associations to find open spots. 

Girl's Fall Lacrosse - Registration Closed August 13

The Great Northern Lacrosse League (GNLL) Girls Fall Field Season provides a fun, safe, and supportive environment where area youth players can compete, learn and grow. 

Regular Season: 5 week season: Sundays, September 12, 2021 - October 10, 2021. Games run between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM, on Sundays.

2021 Locations May Include:

  • North: Lion's Park, New Brighton/Irondale HS
  • East: Concordia University St. Paul/St. Paul Central HS/McMurray

Great Pumpkin Shootout (Optional) : October 16 - 17, 2021. Locations TBD. 4-game guarantee. 

Levels:  14U / 12U / 10U played in small sided format

Cost: $180 ($63 for uniform if new to AC and $30 US Lacrosse Membership)

Registration will be open to outside Robbinsdale School District starting August 9.

Open Board Positions

ACYLA Board is looking for your help!

We currently have the following board positions open:

  • Treasurer
  • Marketing & Communications

The Membership is welcome to attend our board meetings which are held the 2nd Tuesday of each month at the New Hope Ice Arena. Refer to the calendar for specific times and to confirm dates.

Board meetings follow an agenda and formal meeting process however, we always give visitors an opportunity to speak with the board and participate in the discussion portions of the meeting.

For more information, contact the ACYLA Secretary at