Youth lacrosse organization based in Bethel, Connecticut.

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Frequently Asked Questions by Parents:

How does our family register?

The easiest way to register is through our online system.
Click here to Register Online.


Typically when and where do we practice? 
We use fields at the Bethel Educational Park for practice.
Berry Field, Rockwell Field, Johnson Field, and Lower High Field
Practice schedules are posted online (locate your team from the pull down menu). 
Any changes to the schedule are posted online as well.

What equipment does my child need?
A full list of required equipment can be found here, or on the Parent's Info page

What is the uniform?
Uniform consists of a game day reversible pinnie and shorts (boys) or skorts (girls).  These are purchased by the player and theirs to keep and maintain.  These can be worn year over year while they still fit.  If your player grows out of them, you can purchase the next size.  Shooting shirts are optional and are designed to coordinate with the uniform.

Where can I find Lacrosse Equipment?
Dick's Sporting goods and Lacrosse Unlimited in Danbury carry lacrosse gear.
Additionally, many online retailers like or have an excellent selection of new and discounted closeout lacrosse gear.

What does my registration fee go towards?
We determine the registration fee by adding up all our costs and looking at the number of participants. The fee covers referees and officials, uniforms, personal and team equipment (goalie equipment, goals, nets, cones, balls etc.), medical kits, insurance for all players and coaches, membership to U.S. Lacrosse for all players and coaches, and jamboree and tournament fees.

What is U.S. Lacrosse?
The national governing body of men's and women's lacrosse. All players will become members of U.S. Lacrosse upon registering for the BYLA programs. Their website is


What are the rules of Boys and Girls lacrosse? 
For specific rules of the game and other great tips for players, select the Rules & Info tab at the top of the screen.

What's the best way to keep up to date?
Check the website:
Talk to your child's coach.