Community-based boys youth lacrosse league in Massachusetts

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Information about Mass Bay Youth Lacrosse

MBYLL (Mass Bay Youth Lacrosse League), as stated in its Mission, promotes the growth of the game of lacrosse throughout Massachusetts by providing leadership, guidance, training, and structure to anyone interested in lacrosse.

If you have any questions about lacrosse in Massachusetts, don't hesitate to ask and we will try and get you the appropriate response. 

If you have technical issues with registration please email

Thank you for your interest in lacrosse!

CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT IF YOUR TOWN PLAYS IN OUR LEAGUE, LEARN ABOUT THE LACROSSE PROGRAM IN YOUR TOWN, AND YOUR TOWN'S REGISTRATION FEES. TO PLAY FOR YOUR TOWN, YOU MUST REGISTER WITH BOTH THE TOWN (separate fee) AND MBYLL.

Click the graphic (below) to register your child for the 2022 MBYLL season.

(Once complete, go to your town program website and complete your town registration using your MBYLL number.)

 

Girls Programs for 2022

Girls programs are beginning to register for the new MBYLL Girls League for 2022. We are excited to welcome the following programs to the inauguarl season of MBYLL Girls Lacrosse!

- Amesbury Youth Lacrosse

- Arlington Youth Lacrosse

- Billerica Youth Lacrosse

- Boston Youth Lacrosse

- Burlington Youth Lacrosse

- Cape Ann Youth Lacrosse

- Chelmsford Youth Lacrosse

- Danvers Youth Lacrosse

- Dracut Youth Lacrosse

- Georgetown-Triton Youth Lacrosse

- Harlem Youth Lacrosse

- Haverhill Youth Lacrosse

- Lexington Youth Lacrosse

- Malden Youth Lacrosse

- Melrose Youth Lacrosse

- Methuen Youth Lacrosse

- North Reading Youth Lacrosse

- Parkway Youth Lacrosse

- Salem Youth Lacrosse

- Swampscott Youth Lacrosse

- Tewksbury Youth Lacrosse

- Winchester Youth Lacrosse

(updated Nov 30)

 


by posted 09/01/2021
New Shoulder Pad Requirement for 2022

A new safety rule begins Jan 1, 2022 with a requirement that all SHOULDER PADS meet a new NOCSAE ND200 requirement. Product compliance with ND200 reduces impact forces and thus the risk of commotio cordi (cardiac arrest due to a blow to the heart area).

This rule standard was put into place on Jan 1, 2021 for GOALIE CHEST PROTECTORS.

All goalie chest protectors AND shoulder pads on our Lax.com discount page meet this new standard. CLICK HERE to look for shoulder pads and chest protectors.

CLICK HERE to read up more on the NOCSAE ND200 standard.

 


by posted 08/11/2021
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