Seacoast Lacrosse 2018 Information

W elcome to the home of Seacoast Lacrosse including youth programs 6U,8U,10U,12U and 14U.  Registration for all spring programs are now OPEN.  Registration for youth programs is on a first come, first serve basis.

Preparations for our very exciting 2018 season are underway!

The U6 program will practice 1 day a week and play scrimmages on Saturday mornings at the Portsmouth High Turf.

Our U8 programs play in our Seacoast Area Youth Lacrosse League “SAYLL”

SAYLL plays their games on Saturdays, the 8U teams practice 1-2 times per week and games on Saturdays

The 10U programs will play in SAYLL on Saturdays and possibly Sundays in the New Hampshire Youth Lacrosse Association “NHYLA”

The 10U teams practice 2-3 times per week

Both the 12U and 14U teams will play in NHYLA, these teams practice 2-3 times per week with games on Sundays

We will be offering some Winter skill sessions, the dates and times will be communicated to you soon.

The Season runs from “as soon as we can get on fields” usually around March and will run until the 2nd week in June

We do not play games on Easter weekend or Memorial day weekend

We do play games on both weekends of April vacation, please take this into consideration.

The 2018 Age/Grade break out will look like this:

K/1 (new 1st graders) – 6U program

2 graders  –   8U program

3/4 grades –  10U program

5/6 grades –  12U program

7/8 grades –  14U program

There will be evaluations in November for the 3/4, 5/6 and 7/8 boys and girls

The target dates are as follows:

Monday Nov 6th 5-8pm

Wednesday Nov 8th 5-8pm

Saturday Nov 11th 10-1:00pm

Sunday Nov 12th 10-1pm

The exact dates and times that will be used for each program are not finalized yet, you will be updated as soon as the Evaluation teams and Coaches confirm them.

Registration Link

Uniform Link

​Based on the projected number of participants, committed coaches, and the support network in our region, this year has the potential to be one of the best ever!  Our #1 priority is to ensure that your child has a rewarding experience this year and we are working very hard in the off season to make that happen.

The cost for the uniform will be $70.00 for the girls and $75.00 for the boys. The Registration fee is $175.00.

If you are a new player you will need to purchase the uniform package and the Registration fee.

If you are a returning player and your uniform still fits, you will only have to pay the Registration fee.

The Uniform package link is located on the left hand of the homepage under Online Store. There you can order whole uniform packages or individual pieces.

How can you help? Register now!  The earlier you register the better prepared we will be to deal with the number of teams at each level.  Let’s all come together with enthusiasm and give our kids a great youth lacrosse experience this year.


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