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2024 Boys 10U Spring/Summer Season Details:

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To be eligible for a 10U program, birthdate must be 9/1/2013 - 8/31/2015

Official registration for this program has closed. No more spots remain in the program. 

2024 10U Boys Spring/Summer



ALL SKILL LEVELS FROM BEGINNER TO EXPERIENCED ARE WELCOME! Practices will start the first week of May. Teams generally practice 2 weeknights per week.  Some coaches may schedule extra weeknight practices depending on game schedules and coaches/players availability.

League play is anticipated to start as early as  June 3rd and end the last week of July. Games are played on weeknight evenings Monday through Thursday with about half the games being AWAY games. 10U End of Season Jamboree games run through the weekend of July 20-21

A local weekend tournament is also planned June7-9 in Shakopee.  And we may have some opportunities for a few weekend scrimmages as we gear up for the season.  See more details below about tournaments.



Our uniform ordering process has changed this year. Registration fees do not include uniforms. Instead, upon close of registration, an email will be sent to all registered players with link and directions for ordering uniforms directly from Squad Locker. You will pay for uniforms directly to Squad Locker and they will be sent directly to your house. 

Required Uniform Pieces ($96.90):

1 jersey $55.95

1 pair of shorts $39.95


Full protective equipment is required per USA Lacrosse:  lacrosse helmet, non-tethered mouth guard, chest protector NOCSAE certified for the prevention of commotio cordis, elbow pads, gloves, protective cup, cleats, water bottle, and lacrosse stick for position. 

REMINDER: Chest protectors must be NOCSAE certified for the prevention of commotio cordis as of 1/1/22.  Please see details at



Practices will be 2 weeknights per week - 1 hour per practice.  May schedules will be available after registration closes and the number of teams and coaches has been determined.  June and July practice schedules will be determined in late May after the June/July game schedules have been announced by the league.



During May, we will look for opportunities to do some preseason scrimmages with other area lacrosse associations.  More details to come.



Regular season games will occur in June and July.  The schedule will be announced in late May by the league.  

  • The first game could be as early as Monday, June 3rd.

  • Expect 1-2 games per week - some in Edina, some in other areas of the Twin Cities.  Games are scheduled on weeknight evenings Mon-Thu.  10U will have 8 regular season games.

  • No scheduled games July 2-6 in observance of the July 4th holiday. 

  • 10U teams will participate in the end of season YLM jamboree on July 20-21. Teams may be consolidated and/or reorganized depending on availability.

4. TOURNAMENT: Shakopee River Valley Rumble tournament June 7-9. 



10U:  $345*

*A payment plan is offered at sign up that will allow you to make 3 equal payments: 1st at registration, 2nd will be automatically withdrawn 30 days after, and 3rd will be automatically withdrawn 30 days from 2nd payment.  (NOTE:  a 3.15% transaction fee of the full registration amount + $1.50 service fee is added to each payment).

Registration fee includes: 

  • Certified and experienced coaching staff

  • Edina Park & Rec per-player fees and field costs

  • League fees

  • tournaments and scrimmages

  • End-of-season 10U Jamboree


Edina Lacrosse Association is a non-profit volunteer run organization. Without family volunteers, we cannot function.  Each summer season one adult family member from each family must volunteer at least one time for at least one of the following:

  • Team Manager (1 per 10U Travel team).  This is a team’s communication liaison between the coach and parents, plans tournament needs/communications, ensures game volunteers are assigned and plans in-season and end-of-season fun. Please note your interest in this position during your registration.  Training will be provided.

  • Parents interested in assisting coaches are also welcome!  If interested, please note on your registration. Lacrosse experience is helpful, but not necessary. New volunteer assistant coaches will be paired with experienced program and head coaches.

  • Scoreboard operator during home games and scrimmages (ALL families, on rotation)

  • Game clock operator during home games and scrimmages (ALL families, on rotation)

  • Field set-up for home games (ALL families, on rotation)

  • Field close-down for home games (ALL families, on rotation)

  • “Chill” side-line managers (ALL families, on rotation)



  • Ages: Typically 3rd-4th graders.  Birthdate requirements are communicated with each registration.  ELA adheres to USA Lacrosse age guidelines.
  • As with all of our programs, our goal is for our players to enjoy lacrosse, while working on team work and lacrosse skills at the same time.  Focus is on basic lacrosse skill development, particularly stick skills and fundamentals of game play.  Games are played 6 v 6 with a goalie.  At this age level, players typically take turns playing goalie - extra goalie equipment and goalie stick provided by us.  
  • Spring Box Lacrosse Season:  Because of the fast pace and high number of passes and plays players are involved in Box Lacrosse, ELA has incorporated Box Lacrosse into its core player development programs.  The season, starting late February and running through early April, will include weekly games on Saturdays or Sundays (will require some travel in the Twin Cities Metro) and weekly practices.  Registration launches in late November or early December usually.
  • Main Season:  The main season is our spring/summer program. 
    • Travel League - starts in May and runs through July.  Most activities are Monday-Thursday evenings.  May is 2 practices per week.  Weeknight games start in June with 8 games total between June & July - 4 at home.  June & July will also have 1-2 practices per week.  Generally a 3-night commitment.  There is usually 1 weekend tournament, plus an end of season Jamboree.
    • Practice Players - There may be an option for 10U players new to lacrosse, depending upon interest level.  Practice Players are part of a travel team, but they only participate in practices.  Geared for players who are interested in learning more about lacrosse but not ready for the commitment of a travel team.
    • Registration generally launches in January for the upcoming summer.
    • Edina Uniforms required and ordered separately via a Squad Locker link provided after registration closes. 
  • Fall Season:  The fall program can vary.  It may be a weekly clinic format, or it may be a fall travel league.  Registration generally launches in mid to late July for the upcoming fall.
  • Winter Season: The winter program is a weekly clinic to keep players engaged in lacrosse - generally Sunday afternoons in January and February.  Registration generally launches in early November.
  • Full Lacrosse Equipment Required: lacrosse helmets, mouth guards, chest pads with shoulder guards, elbow pads, gloves, cup, cleats, stick, water bottle.
  • Coaches:  Parent Coaches, College Lacrosse Players, or Post-College Coaches may be used
  • Assistants from EHS Boys Lacrosse Team
  • Requires USA Lacrosse membership current and valid through end of the season

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Questions about our 10U Program?

Kristopher Wilson

VP of Boys Program

Charlie Goodman

10U Boys Coordinator

Phone: 651-895-7239