When does the season start and end?

The regular league season begins in mid-April and runs until the end of June. However, teams that make it to Provincials will play until mid-July. 


Where do games and practices take place?

We are members of the GELC (Greater Edmonton Lacrosse Council). The GELC is our local governing body and is responsible for scheduling all of our games. Team practices take place in Strathcona County. Games are scheduled at facilities in Strathcona County, Edmonton, Fort Saskatchewan, Leduc, St. Albert, Spruce Grove/Stony Plain, and (for select teams) Westlock.


Please see the GELC's 2024 Season Information for more details on game scheduling.

What days of the week/times will my child play?

Except in the U7 and U9, divisions are not scheduled for 'set' days or times.

Our game schedule is set by the GELC at the start of the season.

Please visit the Season Division Info & Scheduling tab for more specific details.


Can I use my hockey equipment?

First time players can use several pieces of their hockey equipment. Helmet (with a cage) gloves, chest/shoulder pads, elbow pads.  It is recommended to use lacrosse equipment for the higher levels. 

A full equipment list is on our webpage.  


Can I request to have my child placed on a particular team?

We only take requests for player placement in U7. We will take one reciprocal friend requests for U7 only.

We will make every effort to form fair, balanced teams based on the number of registrations we receive and the skill level of players involved. 

How do I pay the registration fees?

Registrations may still be accepted after March 30, 2024, space permitting. But these registrations will be wait-listed if the teams are full.


Go to the registration tab for all current registration information and the link to follow to register.


What tournaments will our team be in?

Coaches will decide with the team what and how many tournaments to enter. 

- U7 and U9 participates in the Wrap-Up Jamboree with all teams from the GELC on the weekend of June 15-16, 2024

- U11 often participates in the Beaumont Raiders Mother's Day Mayhem Tournament that takes place on Mother's Day weekend. Depending on the head coach and team, there are other tournaments available at this level as well.

- U13 will need to look for other tournaments available to participate in.

- U15 and U17 will participate in our annual Titans classic, the first weekend in June. Depending on the head coach and team, there are other tournaments available at this level as well.

- Women's Teams (U11, U13, U15, U17) will participate in the Rock the North, women only, tournament being hosted by the Sherwood Park Titans and Beaumont Raiders over the May long weekend. Depending on the head coach and team, there are other tournaments available at this level as well. Often our Women's teams travel to Calgary to participate in the Girls Rock Tournament.


What other commitments are there?

All Titans teams will need volunteers for head coach, 2 assistant coaches (or 1 assistant + trainer) and a team manager. In addition most teams often assign a parent volunteer to look after the jerseys/pinnies. Parents will also need to volunteer to score-keep and run the clock at all games. All teams that participate in the Titans Classic and/or Rock the North Tournament will have a minimum volunteer commitment to fulfil to help make our tournaments run successfully.

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