Registration: Open now, click the registration link at the bottom of this page.
Participation fees: If you have multiple children playing Lacrosse or any other NYSA sport. then only one family membership is required per year, renewed every October.
Estimated Fees per year:
US Lacrosse Membership: $35 Annually
NYSA Family Membership: $55 Annually
Fall: $70-90 (approx)
Spring: $100*125 (approx)
Boys and Girls: Ages 5 and up, team age segmentation based on grade:
- 8U: (K-2)
- 10U: (3rd/4th grade)
- 12U: (5th/6th grade)
- 14U: (7th/8th grade)
What is included with my registration fee? A practice jersey will be included. $40 of your registration goes to NYSA for field usage and lights. The rest covers balls, equipment, and the league fees which is approximately $100 per team per game. Registration does not cover alll program fees which requires the program to raise over $8000 annually through fundraising and sponsorships.
What forms of payment do you accept for the registration fee? Credit/Debit cards when registering online. However, you may select the option to "Pay by check", and pay at the NYSA office with Cash or Money Order, as the NYSA does not take personal checks.
What other expenses may I incur? Every player must register with US Lacrosse, a $35 yearly membership for insurance purposes. If you do not borrow equipment from the team's stock, then you are responsible for providing your athlete's stick (all), helmet (boys), eye protection (girls), chest/shoulder/elbow pads (boys), gloves (all), mouth guard (all), and any practice clothing. Additionally, weekend travel will be required to tournaments on specified dates generally within 1 hour drive.
|Estimated Cost of Additional Gear |
|Lacrosse Stick (all)||$40+|
|Eye protection (girls)||$30+|| |
| Additional, Optional Expenses|| |
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Equipment packages generally cost ~ $125 for beginners (boys). Sticks are usually $35-$50. A typical stick will last an entire childhood lacrosse career.
When are practices? Practices will start in the evenings in September for the Fall Season and evenings starting in January through May for the Spring season. Specific times will be communicated by team coaches.