The regular lacrosse season runs from January to mid-June. Practices are usually in the evenings 2 days a week and games are on weekends (Early March. to Early June). Club fees for the 2023 Lacrosse season is $350 per player for U14 plus a Uniform Kit (1-ply reversible pinnie style jersey and 6-inch inseam short) $135 Each player is required to have their own equipment for the season.
REGISTRATION FOR THE 2023 SPRING IS OPEN!
The Central Valley Lacrosse Club (the Club) reserves the right to refuse or revoke membership for any participant who, at the sole discretion of the Club, violates any Club policy or procedure.
REGISTER ONLINE Registration will be online only
Registration for the Spartans 2023 season is currently open.
Registration Closes February 28, 2023
Boys U14 - Max 20 players
Registration, players would be wait-listed after the max for the 1st team but guaranteed once the minimum for two teams is met.
A "register online" red tab will be visible on the upper right-hand side, please select it. You will then type in your email address and password and then submit. If you do not remember your password, type in your email and hit submit. You will be emailed your password to continue.
Registration may close at any time without prior notice.
Complete the online registration form and submit payment. We only accept payment by credit card through PayPal.
There might be substantial travel for away games, playoff games, and/or special events. Game schedules will be posted on www.centralvalleylaxclub.com once finalized.
Uniforms will be purchased this year, and sizes to be provided by parents during registration.
Boys shooting shirts and shorts are available for purchase during the registration process.
Each player is required to acknowledge by electronic acceptance a Player Code of Conduct. Each parent/guardian is required to acknowledge by electronic acceptance of a Parent/Guardian Code of Conduct, Volunteer Obligation Deposit Policy (see below), Photo Release, Medical Release, and Playing Time Policy. These documents define your family’s commitment to the club and the team.
Parent Work Encouragement
Parents are encouraged to participate in at least TWO tasks that assist the club in running the program. Volunteer opportunities include team reps, fundraising committee, providing drinks for a game, sideline management, scorekeeping, timekeepers, and home game BBQ’s/snack shack helpers.
Registration is not complete until all the following items are completed online:
Signed/electronic acceptance of the Player Code of Conduct.
Signed/electronic acceptance of the Parent/Guardian Code of Conduct.
Signed/electronic acceptance of the Volunteer Obligation Policy.
Signed /electronic acceptance of the Photo Release Policy, Medical Release, and Playing Time Policy.
Payment. Payment includes, but is not limited to, Registration fees.
There will be no refunds for the 2023 season
Playing-up into an older age division:
Players may only "play up" one level (i.e., to a division with older players) at the discretion and express the club's invitation after team evaluations have been completed. Once player assessments are complete, the coaching staff will determine each player’s placement. Team rosters will be available on our website as soon as this process is complete. Spartan’s coaching staff and other independent evaluators will be on-site assessing each player’s qualifications and determining the best placement of each player.
The 2023 Central Valley Lacrosse Club - Spartans Spring Season begins Mid-January and concludes at the end of May. If you are interested in joining, don't hesitate to get in touch with the coach of the team you are interested in joining, registration will be available Mid-September. Our Spartans play in the NCJLA youth lacrosse league against teams throughout Northern California. Our Club continues to grow in numbers and ability each year, be a part of the fastest-growing sport in America by joining the only Lacrosse Club in the Central Valley.
The Central Valley Youth Lacrosse program is committed to providing the opportunity for San Joaquin Valley Youth to learn the fundamentals of lacrosse in a safe environment. We want this opportunity to be available to all kids regardless of their ability. Youth sports help to keep children active and physically fit and to learn essential life lessons that are critical to their success, such as respect, teamwork, and commitment.
Central Valley Lacrosse Club is a non-profit corporation whose goal is to provide for the children of the San Joaquin Valley (Stockton, Galt, Lodi, Manteca, Ripon, and Tracy, California) the opportunity to learn and play the game of lacrosse. We established our boy's teams in 2004 and our girl's teams in 2007.
We are a club-sponsored program run by volunteer parents and coaches. We have established both girl's and boy's programs in the past and currently only have one club team for U14 Boys.
We have had approximately 150 players in our program, and growing yearly. Our growth has been fueled by the kid's desire to play this great game and our success in attracting former college players as coaches.