Welcome to the exciting world of lacrosse coaching! Whether you're a seasoned player or a newcomer to the sport, coaching can be a rewarding and fulfilling experience that allows you to share your passion and knowledge with others.
Thank you for generously donating your time, energy, and expertise to help our athletes develop their skills and reach their full potential. Your commitment to our program and to each individual player is truly appreciated and makes a significant impact on their growth both on and off the floor.
Your selflessness and willingness to go above and beyond for our team do not go unnoticed. You are a vital part of our organization, and we are so grateful for your efforts in helping us create a positive and supportive environment for our athletes.
Once again, thank you for your service and for being a valuable member of our team. We look forward to a great season ahead and are excited to have you on board as our volunteer coaches.
Complete the Coaching Application by clicking the link above.
Criminal Record Check
Submit online with your BC Services Card
Enter the following organization access code: 8JHUNLZ2CY
Complete the Coach FairPlay form
Box Competitive Introduction (Level 2) for U15 and up
Box Community Development (Level 1) for U9 to U13
Online Community Initiation; Emergency Action Plan; Understanding the Rule of Two only for U7
Concussion training through Making Head Way Concussion eLearning Series
Player Call Ups
The manager or coach should complete a One-Game Permit to Play Up and get approval from the player's coach.
Related Information From The BCLA Operation Policy:
4.07 Part 1 – Playing Up
1) A player may play up one division or calibre higher than that in which he/she is registered on a game by game basis only in the discipline they are registered in (ie, Female Box or Mixed-Minor Box) with the approval of the coach or if unavailable, another team representative as defined by the Form 100, of the team the player is registered with. In the case of players playing up a division, if an “A” player is going to play up to a “B” or “C” team, only a maximum of two
players per game playing up to a higher division is allowed.
(A) A player may play up one division higher than that in which he/she would be registered in accordance to 2.01 for the playing year only with the approval of the player’s association.
(B) Any player who has played up a total of five or more league games, playoff games, sanctioned tournament games, or combination of, in any division or calibre higher than the one in which he/she is registered, must for the remainder of that year play for the higher division or calibre in which he/she played his/her fifth (5th) game.)
(C) For a goalie who has played a total of seven (7) or more league, playoff or sanctioned tournament game or combination of, in any division or calibre higher than the one in which he/she is registered, must for the remainder of that year play for a higher division or calibre in which he/she played his/her seventh (7th) game.
In either situation above, the Home Association will determine which team in that division that the player will play on if there is more than one team in the higher division or if the player has played across multiple levels in a tiered division.
(D) A team may participate in a higher calibre sanctioned tournament without impacting team or player eligibility unless 4.07 (c) applies.
4.04 (Playing Rules)
(A) Any player who is playing on a team that the player is not a properly registered member of (i.e., call-up player) must have that player’s name appear on the scoresheet prior to the start of the game.
(B) Any team found guilty of playing an ineligible player during a regularly scheduled, sanctioned tournament or playoff games shall forfeit all games won during which an ineligible player was a participant. Should this occur in the playoffs, then only the games played in the playoffs will be awarded to the opposing side.