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First things first!  We communicate primarily via email and newsletters so click here to Join Our Email List!

We have lots of information on our website and on our Facebook pages!  If you can't find what you're looking for please reach out to us at 1teamlacrosse@gmail.com!

One Team Lacrosse Public Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/1TeamLacrosse

 

US Lacrosse

  • This is the national governing organization for US Lacrosse.  Each state also has a chapter with dedicated representatives.  Players and Coaches are required to be members of US Lacrosse ($25/year).  This provides you and the team with insurance.  It is also required by most camps, clinics, off-season teams and travel tournaments.  They send out cool magazines to your player, too.  This site includes tons of information and lacrosse resources.  www.uslacrosse.org

 

Firebirds (K-8th):

Firebirds Facebook Page (Private to Members) https://www.facebook.com/groups/1528220917410711/

  • Fall Ball - Great for new and returning players!
    • September & October
      • Pre-Season Skills, Drills, and Conditioning
      • Saturday Mornings 8:30-10am CTA Liberty
      • May include local scrimmages
      • Registration opens 8/1
  • Regular Season
    • November - March/April
      • Tuesdays/Thursdays 4:30-6:30pm CTA Liberty
      • Saturday Mornings 8-10am CTA Liberty
      • Registration opens 10/1
  • Games
    • January - March/April
      • Saturday practices are replaced with 'jamboree-style' games
      • Each age group division will play 2 games in a jamboree - generally 20 season games
      • Divisions are based on birthdate and the cutoff date the league sets.  8U (typically K-2nd), 10U (typically 3rd & 4th), 12U (typically 5th & 6th) and 14U (typically 7th & 8th) Divisions.  For age groups that have a large number of players, we may split them into two teams.
      • Games are managed by the AYL (Arizona Youth Lacrosse) league.  www.azlax.com
        • We pay membership from team funds to this organization for games/tournaments.
      • We will typically play at least one day in Tucson.  Other venues include Maricopa Copper Sky, Tempe Sports Complex, Scottsdale Sports Complex, Will Nolan/Vista Canyon in Ahwatukee, and in Chandler when we can procure field space.
  • Program Costs
    • ‚ÄčWe strive to keep our program affordable for all participants.  We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.  You can offset or completely cover your dues by fundraising prior to registration payment. The easiest way to do this is to sell advertising space in the team program, on our website, and on our warm-up shirts to local businesses. You can also ask family and friends to give you a shout out in the program or donate in your name. The fundraising form and sponsor letter are available on the Advertise and Donate tab as well as under the Home tab/Documents.  The program sales will be applied at $ for $ toward your fees, including uniform, up until the first day of practice.
    • See your Registration Packet for more details on the current cost by age group.

 

Pumas (Boys 9-12th):

Pumas Facebook Page (Private to Members) https://www.facebook.com/groups/102583567682/

  • Fall Ball
    • October & November
      • Pre-Season Skills, Drills, and Conditioning
      • Saturday Mornings CTA Liberty
      • Registration opens 8/1
  • Regular Season
    • December
      • Tuesdays/Thursdays 4-6pm CTA Liberty
    • January - May
      • Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday 4-6pm CTA Liberty
    • Registration opens 11/1
  • Games - Pumas play in the D1 division
    • February - May
      • Varsity typically 15 games
      • JV typically 12 games
      • Games are managed by the ALL (Arizona Lacrosse League).  www.arizonalacrosseleague.com
        • We pay membership from team funds and players also register with this organization for games ($35/year).
      • Games are throughout the Valley, we may go to Tucson once or twice.
  • Program Costs
    • We strive to keep our program affordable for all participants.  We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.  You can offset or completely cover your dues, by fundraising prior to registration payment. The easiest way to do this is to sell advertising space in the team program, on our website, and on our warm-up shirts to local businesses. You can also ask family and friends to give you a shout out in the program or donate in your name. The fundraising form and sponsor letter are available on the Advertise and Donate tab as well as under the Home tab/Documents.  The program sales will be applied at $ for $ toward your fees, including uniform, up until the first day of practice.