US Lacrosse Member League serving Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Nofolk, Suffolk & the Outer Banks.

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Now in its 10th season, the Southside Lacrosse League offers programs for boys and girls in Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Suffolk, Norfolk and the Peninsula and Outer Banks areas. Each year the League grows larger and the competition continues to increase.  

The Southside Lacrosse League provides a structure that works in alignment with the current high school team zones while assisting high school coaches in recruiting and player development within their player zones.

Introductory clinics and developmental programs are offered for those who are completely new to the sport. These beginner level programs focus on teaching the skills needed to proceed to league competition.

The Southside Lacrosse Spring Season is 10 weeks long with games played weekly and includes the following Divisions:

Boys & Girls Middle School (14U)

Boys & Girls 12U, 10U, 8U

What can Players & Families expect from Southside Lacrosse?

  • Trained, Certified & Background-Verified Coaches.
  • Player-centric training model designed to provide continued player development, fair competition and FUN!
  • Close-to-Home practices.
  • Conveniently located regional weeknight games for Middle School teams.
  • Skill development programs for first-time and beginner-level players, 6U-12U.
  • Co-Ed “Lacrosse Monsters” program for boys and girls ages 5 - 8, designed to teach young players the basic lacrosse skills needed to advance to the next level of play.
  • Courteous, professional Program & Administrative Staff available to assist our families with answers and information.
  • Implementation of the US Lacrosse Athlete Development Model for Boys & Girls Youth Teams - learn more.

Southside Lacrosse Program Goals

  • Increase elementary & middle school participation in the sport of lacrosse.
  • Develop a pipeline of players feeding into the current high school club teams.
  • Develop player affinity and awareness of their prospective high school team.
  • Afford a structure for high school coaches to assist in recruiting players.
  • Player development within gaining high school zones.
  • Play competitive lacrosse in a JJV format while complying with US Lacrosse.