Current Session Info

Spring 2018 Lacrosse

Learn-to-Play Spring Lacrosse for Boys and Girls in Kindergarten through 2nd Grade
Spring Lacrosse for Boys in 3rd through 8th Grades.
Spring Lacrosse for Girls in 3rd through 8th Grades.

Getting Help

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For assistance with Registration,

For more information, visit the Guilderland Youth Lacrosse website at



Welcome to the Guilderland Youth Lacrosse online registration system.


Guilderland Youth Lacrosse is a lacrosse program for boys and girls living in the Town of Guilderland and neighboring communitiess not otherwise served by a youth lacrosse program.  We emphasize skills development, team concepts and good sportsmanship in our players.  Please visit for additional information on our program.

Our season runs from mid-April to mid-June.
    Learn to Play: Includes groups for K-1st Grade Boys, 2nd Grade Boys, and K-2nd Grade Girls.  No travel is required. Mondays & Wednesdays, 6:30-7:30 at DiCaprio Park.  There are NO games for Learn to Play, except for a few Saturday round robins for those 2nd grade boys that are in full equipment.
    Boys & Girls 3/4, 5/6 & 7/8: Mondays & Wednesdays 6:30-8 at DiCaprio Park.  Round Robin games on Saturday mornings, usually between 8 and noon.
For players in grades 3-8, GYL may offer multiple teams per division, dependent on the number of registered players for each level.  Our program operates on weekday evenings and Saturday mornings.  Practices will take place at DiCaprio Park, as well as other fields located in Guilderland.?  GYL's home games for these divisions are typically played at DiCaprio Park, while away games will occur at the fields of other local youth lacrosse organizations.  For Boys and Girls in 3rd-8th grades, Saturday games are commonly played in the form of round robins with consecutive games being played at the same location.  Additional weeknight games may be scheduled in place of one of the practices.    
A volunteer driven organization, the success of GYL depends on the participation and support of all member families. Volunteer opportunities include Board of Directors positions, coaching positions, field set- up and maintenance, event operations, fundraising, equipment distribution and more.
As part of GYL registration, players and coaches are provided membership in US Lacrosse which includes lacrosse insurance coverage, subscription to Lacrosse Magazine, and other benefits. GYL and other Capital District lacrosse programs operate within the area represented by the Adirondack Chapter of US Lacrosse (ADK). For more information, please click on the ADK Chapter logo found below.
The primary focus of GYL's organizational efforts is the traditional Spring lacrosse season. However, GYL will provide information on various clubs, camps, and clinics which provide additional "off season" lacrosse instruction and play opportunities for interested players. Information on some of these programs can be found through the links below, and will be announced on the "News" page of this site. 

Players must be registered in their grade appropriate division.   

IMPORTANT: All persons interested in coaching, or otherwise volunteering to support GYL must register to do so through this system.  It is mandatory to complete volunteering questions in order to register. Background checks will be performed.

Please make sure to read our Refund Policy and the Consent Form.


Thank you for registering.  We appreciate your continued support and look forward to another great season of lacrosse.  See you on the field!