What makes club lacrosse different?
Commitment: Many clubs offer players the ability to train and compete all year. Club teams will train regularly throughout the year and play in tournaments throughout the summer and fall seasons. Some will also play during the spring.
Level of Play: Players who commit to play for a club team will go through a tryout process and be selected for the team. Teams are typically broken down by high school graduation year. For example, a player entering 7th grade in the fall would be classified as a 2028 in the club lacrosse world.
Cost: The dues for each club varies, but is usually greater than $1,000 for annual fees and can be significantly more than that depending on the club and the number of tournaments they play.