Parent and Guardian's Guide

Please check out our frequently asked questions below. If you have another question or require more information please get in touch with us on __ or ___

Frequently Asked Questions

What equipment does my child require?

Please attend all camps with all the playing equipment you have for your child. For boys camps this includes: helmet, gloves, arm pads, stick, appropriate footwear for surface. For girls camps this includes: lacrosse stick, mouthguard, goggles, appropriate footwear for surface. Whilst goggles are not mandatory for girls they are strongly encouraged to be worn whilst playing. If your child requires equipment we may be able to loan it for the day - please get in touch with us to organise this. Note: we are UNABLE to lend mouthguards for hygiene purposes, please provide your own child with one.

Where can I purchase equipment for my child?

Head over to to order any equipment your child may for the day, they offer next day delivery on orders placed before midday!

Are all coaches certified?

Yes. All coaches will have active lacrosse coaching qualifications and in date DBS checks. There will also be first aid and CPR trained staff on hand in case of emergency.

Does my child need a packed lunch?

Yes, please provide your child with a packed lunch for the day. Attendees will not be allowed off site until pick up time. We can not guarantee food will be available on site on the day.

Is the camp weather dependent?

We play lacrosse come rain or shine. Please make sure your child comes prepared to play in all weather conditions. We will have shade / covered areas available to keep belongings dry.

Can I book my child on if they have never played lacrosse before?

Our pre-season camps are the perfect chance for newcomers to the game to master the basics of lacrosse in a fun environment and prepare them for playing at school or at a club. Other camps, such as the sixes camps are designed to push those players on that already have a basic level of skill to push on their technical and tactical knowledge base and are not suitable for total beginners.