SLA offers both local recreation and competitive league programs for girls and boys
New for 2018, SLA will offer Local Recreation lacrosse at all age levels where player participation numbers support the offering. Our Local Recreation program consists of fundamental instruction, small-sided practices and local games. At lower age groups, small-sided instruction and play will allow for greater player enjoyment and skill development with more individualized instruction and greater participation. At older age groups, the local rec option provides full-sided instruction and play and prepares players for participation in the sport at higher levels of schooling and competition.
For a broader exposure to lacrosse as well as greater levels of competition, SLA also participates in the Northern Virginia Youth Lacrosse League (NVYLL). The NVYLL is a group of 24 recreation associations throughout northern Virginia (from Spotsylvania County to Loudoun County) that band together to offer youth lacrosse at multiple skill levels. Participation in the NVYLL levels of play consists of up to three practices a week, an 8-game regular season and a playoff experience. SLA may participate in NVYLL "A" and "B" levels, with the number of teams determined by player registration and preference.
Evaluations will be held for each of the top three age groups for boys and girls to determine how many NVYLL teams will be at each level. Please see the Boys Programs or Girls Programs pages for more details about each age group and our programs.
Local Rec: $75.00 (plus jersey purchase, if needed)
NVYLL: $145.00 (plus uniform purchase, if needed)
Registration fee covers the cost for fields, referees, insurance and field equipment. Each player will be required to have a full game uniform for NVYLL, and only reversible jersey for Local Rec play.
See Boys Program page or Girls Program page (on menu to left) for more information