Frequently Asked Questions
Q: IS THERE LACROSSE IN SYDNEY?
A: Yes! Lacrosse in Sydney is alive and well! We're working on growing awareness of the sport throughout New South Wales. Check out our Facebook page if you're keen to pick lacrosse back up or learn how to play the sport.
Q: What areas of New South Wales does NSW Lacrosse serve?
A: Our lacrosse teams are made up of members that live in the greater Sydney area, Central Coast, and Newcastle, but we have a very international team with members from the UK, US, NZ, Canada, Japan, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, and of course... Australia!
Q: Where can I find more information about lacrosse in sydney and New South Wales?
A: Check out our Facebook page for the most up-to-date information about trainings, events, and playing opportunities! We have a very fast response time to messages on Facebook.
Q: WHAT DOES MY REGISTRATION FEE COVER?
A: The registration fee covers fees for the Australian Lacrosse Association, New South Wales Lacrosse, and insurance.
Q: DO YOU HAVE EQUIPMENT I CAN BORROW?
A: We have a limited men's equipment, which can be arranged to be borrowed if we are notified with enough time before training or matches. We have a good deal of women's sticks that are available to lend out. Please contact email@example.com with equipment inquiries.
Q: DO YOU HAVE YOUTH TEAMS AND PROGRAMS?
A: Not yet :( We're working on growing lacrosse in the state of New South Wales and plan on introducing additional adult and youth teams as we #growthegame. We have just teamed up with Quick Stix to work on bringing youth lacrosse to the New South Wales area.
Q: WHO SHOULD I CONTACT ABOUT YOUTH LACROSSE PROGRAMS IN NSW?
A: You can contact our development team at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are a teacher or parent who is interested in bringing lacrosse into your school.
Q: Does New South Wales have University lacrosse programs?
Q: WHEN DO YOU TRAIN / WHEN ARE YOUR MATCHES?
A: We participate in 3 major competitions annually; ALA Lacrosse Nationals, Box Lacrosse Nationals, and East Coast Cup. Most of our training sessions start about a month before these tournaments. We also play Modcrosse (mixed gender non-contact) in the Spring and Summer. Check out our calendar and Facebook page for details on our upcoming events.