Lacrosse programs for Arizona kids and teens

3d Arizona
Training and development program for boys in grades 8-12. Competitive youth teams for grades 2-7.

Arizona Girls Lacrosse Association
News about girls lacrosse in Arizona, including team schedules, historical archives, alumni news, tournament schedules and related links.

AZ Girls Lacrosse
Program, camp and clinic information for girls from kindergarten through post-collegiate; all levels, from beginner to advanced.

Arizona Lacrosse League
Competitive youth league information for boys grades K-12.

Arizona Youth Lacrosse League
Information on boys lacrosse teams for grades 3-8.

Aztec Lacrosse Club
Grades K-12 in the Chandler/Tempe area.

Desert Heat Lacrosse
A traveling lacrosse team for girls U15 and U19. Teams pending for U13 and U11 teams.

Desert Mountain Girls Lacrosse
Scottsdale-area girls lacrosse program for grades K-12.

E6 Lacrosse
16356 N. Thompson Peak Parkway #2045, Scottsdale
442-233-0815 •
Individual and group lacrosse training. Girls skills, boys and girls goalie training and boys and girls conditioning.

East Valley Girls Lacrosse
Competitive teams for girls in grades K-12. Summer programs.

East Valley Scorpions Lacrosse Club
Club for boys in grades K-12. Free lacrosse sessions, Tuesday Night Lights program with Saturday clinics that include shooting, defense/goalie, one-on-one and team offense/defense.

Glendale Lacrosse League
623-486-8988 •
Beginner through advanced instructional and competitive (Vipers Lacrosse Club) programs and clinics for players grades K-12. Summer indoor box lacrosse offered summer through fall.

One Team Lacrosse
Chandler-area nonprofit offering beginner through advanced instructional and competitive programs and clinics for boys and girls in grades K-12.

Paradise Valley Girls Lacrosse Club
Free clinics for girls in grades 3-12, mini camps fall ball and travel teams.

The East Valley Heat Lacrosse Club
602-524-6592 •
Boys’ youth, junior high, high school lacrosse in the East Valley.


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