The Twin Cities Metro Area has several Club Lacrosse Teams that practice year-round and provide opportunities to play outside of Minnesota. ELA does not endorse any specific organization; however, for your convenience, here is an alphabetical listing of teams and opportunities. Most teams have tryouts in late summer/early fall, but some do winter or spring tryouts too. If you miss the tryout timeframe, many allow in-season evaluations. Reach out to each organization separately for more details.
Club teams are structured to allow players to play both the club team and their local associations, so players can stay connected to their local communities.
Premier is a first-of-its-kind regional training Box Lacrosse program which provides a powerful opportunity for athletes to develop new levels of confidence, skill, knowledge, and ability.
Season Structure: Tryouts for the Fall season begin after Labor-Day in early September. If a team is made, players participate in three sessions per week, each with a unique structure and focus:
Divisions & Age Eligibility: There will be 3 divisions with 1 team per division in each region (Grades based on 2018-2019 School Year, USL membership is required for all players):
Link for details: https://www.homegrownlacrosse.org/hglpremier
The MN Chill is a travel lacrosse club built on the foundation of Homegrown’s developmental programming. Our mission is to inspire and empower athletes by providing a safe, fun, and competitive environment. The curriculum is designed to develop character and build self-confidence by giving athletes the tools and guidance they need to find success in lacrosse and life.
We strive to keep our pricing and budgets as transparent as possible. 2018-2019 travel and training details, along with participation fee estimates can be found on the team pages. 2019 / 2020 / 2021 / 2022 / 14U / 13U / 12U / 11U / 10U / 9U
Season Structure: The winter season runs mid-November through the end of February. Players participate in weekly team training sessions at Concordia University in St. Paul and travel to compete in a winter tournament.
The summer season runs through June and July and is made up of weekly training session and two travel tournament. Multi-sport athletes are welcome / encouraged to participate in the winter or summer only.
Visit the MN Chill homepage to learn more about our program and register. Click here to go directly to the Team Tryout Registration.
TRYOUT INFO FOR SUMMER 2018 (click on the pictures below to get to registration details):
MN ELITE TRAVEL TEAMS AUTOMATICALLY INCLUDE BOX LACROSSE AS PART OF THEIR EXPERIENCE!
TC Select Fall 2018 & Summer 2019 Evaluations
Sunday, August 26, 2018, Eden Prairie Stadium Turf Field.
FREE evaluations - REGISTER
Unique opportunity to be coached by former Pro player(s), state championship HS coaches, and play with skilled lacrosse players from the South & West metro. Great value.
Youth level: No conflicts with association team(s). 1 local & 1 regional tournament.
For questions, contact Ryan Ward. Ryanward_44@yahoo.com
Team 36 Website: https://www.36lacrosse.com/team36
2018 TRYOUT DATE: 9/16/18 at Chanhassen High School
Registration Link for Tryouts: