THE FASTEST SPORT PLAYED ON TWO FEET
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 the students of the Robbinsdale Area School District.
|8U (Grades 1 - 2)||Summer||7|
|10U (Grades 3 - 4)||Spring||10|
|12U (Grades 5 - 6)||Spring||11|
|14U (Grades 7 - 8)||Spring||11|
|8U (Grades 1 - 2)||Spring/Summer||6|
|10U (Grades 3 - 4)||Spring||7|
|12U (Grades 5 - 6)||Spring||12|
|14U (Grades 7 - 8)||Spring||12|
Monday night clinics provide excellent skill training as well as a fun social environment for boys and girls in K - 2nd grade that aren't quite ready to play games or scrimmages. House League emphasizes rules of the game and teaching the fundamentals of lacrosse including stick handling, cradling, catching and passing.
For more details visit the K - 2 Program page.
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.
K - 9 boys and K - 12 girls
5 SESSIONS = $60, 10 SESSIONS = $100
Try out lacrosse with Armstrong Cooper Youth Lacrosse! Clinics are 1 hour 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: K - 5th grade who have not played lacrosse and would like to see what the sport is about. Invite your friends!
No lacrosse equipment needed! Bring a water bottle and tennis shoes. Dress with layers - the dome can be cool in the winter.
ACYLA Board is looking for your help!
We currently have the following board positions open:
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 will always give visitors an opportunity to speak with the board and participate in the discussion portions of the meeting.