Youth Lacrosse in Colorado

Youth lacrosse opportunities typically begin for boys in Kindergarten and for girls in 2nd grade and proceed through 8th grade. Spring is the primary season for youth lacrosse and includes teams from recreational to highly competitive. Some clubs offer year round options including, in some cases, summer travel teams.

Try-outs for these teams are generally during the spring season and try-out information is posted on league and club websites.

Camps and Clinics are offered year round. Please look at our Camps/Clinics tab on the left for posted information. The list is purely for the benefit of our members. 
 

Please note that not all clubs offer both boys and girls programs.
 

Spring registration begin as early as November 1 and will vary based on the club.

YOUTH BOYS LEAGUES

Colorado Youth Lacrosse Association (CYLA)

YOUTH GIRLS LEAGUE

Colorado Girl's Lacrosse Association (CGLA)

  • Season Duration: March – May 
  • Season Duration: March – May
  • Practices Begin: Generally during the first half of March
  • Practices Per Week: Typically 2 but vary by team 
  • Practices Begin: Generally during the first half of March
  • Practices Per Week: Typically 2 but vary by team
  • Games Begin: Usually the beginning of April
  • Games Per Week: Typically 1 but vary
  • Games Begin: Usually the beginning of April
  • Games Per Week: Typically 1 but vary
  • Additional Notes About CYLA:
    • All teams participate in the season end state tournament at no extra charge. 
    • Fall ball options are available participation varies by club

 

 

 

Arapahoe Youth League (AYL) Boys Lacrosse

  • Season Duration: March-May
  • Practice Begin: Generally during the first half of March
    • As weather and field condition allows
  • Area: AYL boundaries in the Denver Metro Area
    • Please visit their website for additional club information
  • Additional Notes About CGLA:
    • ‚ÄčAll teams participate in the season end tournament (no extra charge and considered a part of the girls’ regular season). The tournament date is posted on the CGLA website in the fall of each year.
    • CGLA also sponsors Learn to Play Clinics around the state, a Spring Fling (season kick-off play day event), and 6th grade All-Star teams. All details can be found on the CGLA Website

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