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Spring 2018 Lacrosse Information


New Families/Players

Interested in playing for City Lax?

Denver City Lax is a sports-based youth development organization creating educational and life opportunities for boys and girls in under-served neighborhoods in the Denver area through the sport of lacrosse.  The organization serves primarily elementary and middle school students that may not have access to affordable recreation, education and youth development programming.


Apply to participate this spring by filling out the New Participant Application Form.


Returning Families/Players

How do I Register?

For the 2018 Spring season, a parent/guardian for each participant will need to fill out the online registration and attend a mandatory parent/guardian meeting.


Two Step Registration Process

  1. Fill out the 2018 City Lax Spring Official Online Registration.

  2. Attend a Mandatory Parent/Guardian Meeting (see dates/times below)


Parent Family Meeting Dates/Time/Location

  • Saturday, February 24 from 10:00 - 11:00 AM,  Location TBD

  • Sunday, February 25 from 4:00 - 5:00 PM,  Location TBD

  • Monday, February 26 from 7:00 - 8:00 PM,  Location TBD


General Information

Practice and Game Locations:

City Lax’s home fields have been Skyland Park, located behind Hiawatha Davis Recreation Center at 35th & Holly Street; the Martin Luther King Recreation Center, located at 38th and Newport; and Fred Thomas Park, located at 26th & Quebec.

2018 Practice time and location:

  • All teams will practice 5:30-7:00 PM

  • Teams will practice in the northeast Park Hill area (Martin Luther King Recreation Center, Skyland Park, McAuliffe/Smiley Campus)

2018 Game location:

  • Home games will be played at Martin Luther King Recreation Center (38th & Oneida)

  • Away games will be played at parks throughout the Denver Metro area and surrounding city's


Dates and Times:

  • Practice will begin the first week of March
  • Teams will practice 2-3 times per week depending on their age division (Tues/Thurs, Wed/Fri, Mon/Tues/Thurs, Mon/Wed/Fri)
  • Games will be played on Saturdays (some Sundays). Teams will play 6-10 games during the regular season.
  • The last possible date of the Spring season will is June 3rd.


Tues/Thurs Practice Days - 5:30-7:00 PM (Preliminary schedule is subject to change)

  • Boys U11

  • Boys U10

  • Boys U9

  • Boys U8


Wed/Fri Practice Days - 5:30-7:00 PM (Preliminary schedule is subject to change)

  • Girls U12

  • Girls U11

  • Girls U10

  • Girls U9

  • Boys U7


Mon/Tues/Thurs Practice Days - 5:30-7:00 PM (Preliminary schedule is subject to change)

  • Boys U15

  • Boys U13

  • Boys U12


Mon/Wed/Fri Practice Days - 5:30-7:00 PM (Preliminary schedule is subject to change)

  • Girls U13


Age Divisions/Teams:


Girls: U-8/9, U-10, U-11, U-12, and U-13
Boys: U-7, U-8, U-9, U-10, U-11, U-12, U-13, and U-15

Please note that both the boys and girls lacrosse leagues have changed from grade to age based divisions.  Here is a cutoff date chart for each division:


2018 SPRING Age Classifications: 



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*All 8th graders in Denver City Lax will play U15.  Any student enrolled in 9th grade is not eligible to play youth lacrosse by league rule, and should enroll on an appropriate high school team.
**A player's eligibility for the 2018 season is determined by his/her age on May 31, 2018. 
For example, any player born on or after June 1, 2005 is eligible to play U12.  A player born on May 31, 2004
or before is not eligible to play U12 and must play U13.

***U-14 Girls and U-15 Boys are the same age divisions.  The Boy's league (CYLA) does not have a U-14 division while the Girl's league (CGLA) does.

Have a question? The answer may be on our FAQ Page

Check out our 2018 FAQ Page HERE

More Information

For additional information please contact:

Call:  303-725-5500