Program - Costs

2017 Winter Registration! 

Available player spots in each division will be filled based on each players registration date until we have reached our team capacity limits. The number of teams in each age division will be on a first come first served basis. Please sign up to volunteer to coach a team! We will train all coaches before they enter practices and games!


SoCal Lacrosse plays on a regulation youth field with 10 players per side for boys and 12 players per side for girls. 

We welcome all levels to our programs with the goal of improve their stick skills and lacrosse IQ in a positive and active environment. 

Before you register please make sure you have a valid US Lacrosse Number for the player(s) you are registering. If you are new to lacrosse or need to confirm your USL Number, please use the USL links below: 

USL Number/Membership Lookup
USL Registration

Boys: 3/4, 5/6, 7/8
Girls: U11, U13, U15

Rancho Santa Margarita, California

Practice Dates:
Start in mid to late November

Registration Fee Per Player: $395
Grades 3/4 Player fee: $380

Cost includes:
  • SoCal Team Fee
  • League Fee
  • Program Insurance Fee
  • Fields & Lights
  • Uniforms
3/4 : $380
5/6, 7/8 : $395
U11 : $380
U13, U15 : $395*


All SoCal Lacrosse players must have a stick and a complete equipment package to participate in the Winter Season. Complete Equipment packages can purchased through local sporting goods stores or local and online lacrosse stores. 

For more information about any of the SoCal Lacrosse teams, league, camps or programs, please email:

SoCal Lacrosse makes every effort to form balanced and competitive teams as follows:

  • Number of teams is determined by available qualified coaches each year
  • Registration priority is given to returning players each year
  • New players are added based on available team spots
  • Player and prior year coach try to track together - (player or coach can opt out if requested)
  • Returning or new player can request coach; team spot is based on availability and player's experience
  • If coach moves to new division and prior year player does not, returning player is placed with another coach in their division and level
  • Remaining players are placed on teams via age, experience level (#/years played, coach evaluation), and school with intent to balance the teams appropriately (i.e. x # of new vs. returning, young vs. old for division, etc.)
  • Some players are placed on teams based on parent request due to carpool needs, etc., if feasible, SoCal will make a conscious effort to accommodate the players within the parameters above
  • Once teams are formed, SoCal reviews the experience level of each team to determine team level for league play


Outdoor lacrosse around the county is typically played during the spring, although, on the West Coast, Lacrosse can be played during 3/4 of the year, due to our outstanding weather.

The following is a brief overview of the three seasons that lacrosse is played in Southern California.

Fall Lacrosse (Sep-Nov) *NEW ADDITION*
SoCal Lacrosse will have fall skills clinics to prepare its athletes for their Winter season in the OCLA. We will work on lacrosse skills, speed and agility training, injury prevention exercises and basics of strength and conditioning. Accepting boys and girls K- Grade 8. All players will be divided by age, experience and skill level

WINTER Lacrosse (Nov-March)
SoCal Lacrosse participates in the Winter season for the OCLA. Divisions for these teams are boys and girls K- Grade 8.

SPRING Lacrosse (March-May)

SoCal Lacrosse will have spring skills clinics to prepare its athletes for the grueling summer lacrosse scene. We will work on lacrosse skills, speed and agility training, injury prevention exercises and basics of strength and conditioning. For specific questions, please contact your boys or girls program director listed on our contacts page.

SUMMER Lacrosse (June-July)
Best described as club lacrosse. Teams formed in this season play within lacrosse club organizations. Some SoCal teams participate in summer leagues and/or summer tournaments. The summer teams are generally very competitive that allow players the opportunity to play against other club level teams and improve their skills.

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