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Boys' Lacrosse Equipment

PLEASE NOTE:  You may not participate in any games, scrimmages, practices or contact drills without full equipment.  



SportStop.com publishes a great Equipment Guide each year that can be found HERE


Field Player

 

(all mandatory except where noted)

Helmet: must be NOCSAE approved (National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment).

Shoulder Pads

Arm Guards

Protective Gloves

Rib Pads: optional but recommended.

Mouth Guard: can not be clear or white.

Footwear: cleats are best on grass, sneakers are also acceptable.

Athletic Supporter With Cup

Lacrosse Stick: we suggest that less experienced players avoid sticks that have narrow (“pinched”) heads as these sticks are designed for extremely advanced players.
  • Regulation "short sticks" (used by attackmen or mid-fielders) must be between 40 and 42 inches long (measured from the bottom of the shaft to the top of the head).
  • Regulation "long sticks" (used by defensemen) must be between 52 and 72 inches.
  • The shaft may be constructed of wood, metal or synthetic material and must have a cap covering the bottom end.
  • The head may be constructed of wood, metal or synthetic material shaped in a roughly triangular or slightly hour-glass shape, and has a pocket made of gut, rawhide, linen, or synthetic material to hold the ball. The head of the stick must be 6½ to 10 inches wide.
  • The pocket of the stick shall be deemed illegal if the top surface of a lacrosse ball, when placed in the head of the stick, is below the bottom edge of the side wall.
 
 
Goalkeeper
(all mandatory except where noted)

Helmet: must be NOCSAE approved.

Throat Protector

Chest Protector

Protective Gloves


Shoulder Pads: optional.

Arm pads: optional.

Leg pads: optional.

Shin guards: optional.
Mouth Guard: can not be clear or white.
Footwear: cleats are best on grass, sneakers are also acceptable.

Athletic Supporter With Cup

Goalkeeper's stick:
  • A regulation goalkeeper's stick must be between 40 and 72 inches long (measured from the bottom of the shaft to the top of the head).
     
  • The stick must be between 10 and 12 inches wide (measured at its widest point).