General Information and registration

Registration opens January 4th, 2022



We appreciate your patience as the Club navigates planning the upcoming season using guidance set out by Alberta Health Services, Government of Alberta and the City of Edmonton. Our goal is sticks in hands of our players while keeping all players and families safe.

What are the age groups?

Level of play

Birth year

6U (Formerly Mini Tyke)

Born in 2016 or 2017

8U (Formerly Tyke)

Born in 2014 or 2015

10U (Formerly Novice)

Born in 2012 or 2013

12U (Formerly PeeWee)

Born in 2010 or 2011

14U (Formerly Bantam)

Born in 2008 or 2009

16U (Formerly Midget)

Born in 2006 or 2007

Registration fees:

Age Level

Non-Refundable Fee*

2 payments 

(March 15/April 15)

Total Fee





























 *Non-refundable fee is the mandatory charge assessed by the ALA to local lacrosse clubs, to cover their deemed expenses.  If there are any questions regarding this fee, please contact Alberta Lacrosse Association.

In addition to the fees above, a credit card fee of 2.15% will be added at time of purchase

Financial assistance 

Sport Central was created by community-minded individuals who wanted to see children in need have access to necessary sport equipment.  For more information on Sport Central go to

KidSport subsidizes sport registration fees for local kids who live at/below the poverty line. Through a grant program called, KidSport's ‘So ALL Kids Can Play!’ Program. For more information go to

When does Lacrosse start?

The season begins in mid-April for all divisions. Some open practice times may be scheduled prior to the beginning of the season.

10U to 16U teams will play in playoffs and provincials which are completed by mid-July

6U and 8U teams end their season with a city-wide tournament during the middle of June.

NOTE:  A team evaluations will begin in early March, watch for more information.

Where do games and practices take place?

Practices and select home games are usually scheduled in arenas throughout the south quadrant of Edmonton, with majority taking place at Donnan or Tipton.

The Warriors club is a member of the Greater Edmonton Lacrosse Council which means games could be scheduled in areas throughout the Greater Edmonton and surrounding areas, including Strathcona County, Fort Saskatchewan, Leduc, St. Albert, Spruce Grove, Stony Plain.

When are the games and practices ?

Each division will have a set schedule once registration is complete, you can visit the division page for more information.

Level of play

6U (Formerly Mini Tyke)

8U (Formerly Tyke)

10U (Formerly Novice)

12U (Formerly PeeWee)

14U (Formerly Bantam)

16U (Formerly Midget)

 Can my child play with his friend?

During the registration process you can enter in a friend request, please be advised we make every effort to form fair, balanced teams based on the number of registrations we receive and the skill level of players involved. 

Refund Policy

Written refund requests must be received by the registrar within 48 hrs of registration and must include the following information: player name, parent name, home address, phone number and reason for refund request. All refunds will be subject to a 2.15% credit card fee.

After 48 hrs the initial fee is non-refundable. After March 15 no refunds will be given unless our season is cancelled by AHs restrictions. If it is cancelled any payment or payments that have not been processed will be cancelled



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