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Our clinics will focus on developing individual fundamental skills, knowledge of lacrosse and basic group play concepts. Through fun and challenging drills your child will learn a greater appreciation for the game of lacrosse.

The instructional component will include stick work fundamentals, dodging and ball control drills, defensive body and stick positioning as well as unsettled offensive situations. All concepts will be run on a smaller scale for better understanding.

Our knowledgeable staff has been carefully selected to include coaches with experience working with younger players. Our coaches have a strong understanding of the developmental needs of young lacrosse players and will focus on fundamental skills, teamwork and sportsmanship. Space is limited!

Below you will find detailed information regarding youth lacrosse clinics for Winter Session 3. All clinics will be held at the Farmington Sports Arena on the indoor fields. 

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Age Groups - Clinics are available to Boys grades 1-8

Registration - Done through our website (preferred), front desk or via phone. All registrations must be accompanied by the $150 fee. Please be aware that clinics could sell out prior to the deadline. Late registrations will be accepted on a case to case basis provided there is room remaining in the clinic of interest.  All registration is first-come, first-served. Registration will remain open as long as space is available, however, registration for all clinics will close after the second class has occurred for each specific clinic.

Clinic Fees: $150 (Each clinic includes 5 training sessions; 1 hour training per week)

Payment - We accept cash, check or charge. Accepted credit cards include VISA, MasterCard and Discover. The $150 fee is due with your registration. No partial payments will be accepted. Those opting to pay by check will still need to register online. Upon exiting your registration without making a credit card payment your child will be dropped into the waiting list for the group. Once your payment is received and availability is confirmed we will move your child into the officially registered group and confirm by e-mail.

Time for all clinics: 4-5:00pm

Clinic Locations: Field locations will be posted at the front desk and on the sliding glass doors entering the indoor fields.

What's Needed - Please bring indoor shoes (or sneakers) to each clinic along with your crosse (lacrosse stick). 1st and 2nd graders (U08) are welcome to wear full gear, but not required. 3rd - 8th graders (U10) require full gear (helmet, shoulder pads, elbow protectors, mouth guard, gloves).

Refund Policy - Full refunds will be given in the event that the clinic does not have enough participants enrolled to occur which will result in cancelation. We will attempt to process all refunds within 2 weeks of the cancelation date. Refunds will not be given to individuals withdrawing on or after the posted registration deadline for the clinic of interest.

Liability/Medical Waiver Information

Parent/guardian must submit the online liability/medical waiver form prior to registering their child as an individual for a clinic. This form only needs to be submitted once per year (August 1, 2019 - July 31, 2020).

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March 2 - 31
Time: 4-5:00pm
Dates: MONDAY CLINICS: MAR 2, 9, 16, 23, 30   TUESDAY CLINICS: MAR 3, 10, 17 (Cancelled), 24 (Cancelled), 31
CLINIC (BOYS AGE GROUPS) WINTER 3                                    
MITES U08 (GRADES 1-2) - cancelled MONDAY
BANTAMS U10 (GRADES 3-4) - cancelled MONDAY
SENIORS U14 (GRADES 7-8) - cancelled TUESDAY



Mites U08 (Grades 1-2) 

FSA’s Mites program is for players ages 7-8 years old. The program focuses on the basic fundamental skills of lacrosse: proper stick handling technique, comfort with the ball, and more!


Bantams U10 (Grades 3-4) 

FSA’s Bantams program is for players ages 9-10 years old. The goal of this clinic is to continue developing stick skills, specifically: cradling, passing, catching and shooting. The program introduces concepts such as dodging with the proper footwork and basic defensive skills.


Juniors U12 (Grades 5-6) 

FSA’s Juniors program is for players ages 11-12 years old. The focus of this clinic is to advance fundamental stick skills such as cradling, passing, catching and shooting. The program begins to teach team concepts relating to offense and defense, continues unsettled offense and defensive scenarios and enhances defensive footwork & positioning.


Seniors U14 (Grades 7-8) 

FSA's Seniors program is for players ages 13-14 years old. The clinic emphasizes a greater focus on team concept play, defensive and offensive strategies, unsettled game play and footwork + positioning. In addition, the sessions continue the essentials of ball control and cradling as well as passing, catching and shooting techniques.