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Our 5th annual summer clinic for new players consists of two sessions, on Monday June 23 and Tuesday June 24, 2014 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. No equipment required. See the article below for more information and links to register.


Exciting news for our high school teams! Starting with the 2014 spring season, Fairfield Lacrosse will play in the scholastic division of the Ohio High School Lacrosse Association (OHSLA) as a Division I team.


A new Ohio "Return-to-Play" Law places requirements on all youth sports organizations, including Fairfield Lacrosse. The Ohio General Assembly passed House Bill 143, designed to protect youth at all levels from concussions. Please click "Read more" to view the Ohio Department of Heath Concussion Information Sheet, which contains important information on concussions and the new Ohio law.

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Attention New Lacrosse Players:  Come and learn how to play "the fastest game on two feet!"

Fairfield Lacrosse presents our Fifth Annual Summer Clinic, for boys and girls going into grades 3 through 8.  No equipment is required.

Players will learn basic skills and rules of the game.  Our instructors are experienced coaches and players from our programs.

We are pleased to present this program at no cost, other than the cost of a one-year US Lacrosse membership, which is required of all players for insurance purposes.  US Lacrosse registration fees are paid separately to US Lacrosse at the time of registration.  Youth and Middle School players pay $25 per year for the membership, which will remain valid during our regular spring season if you join a team -- which we hope you will!

The clinic consists of two sessions, on Monday June 23 and Tuesday June 24, 2014 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.  Both sessions will be held at Fairfield West Elementary School, 4700 River Road, Fairfield.

CLICK HERE to register for the Summer Clinic.  Registration will remain open through June 16, 2014.  Questions?  Please send an email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

We look forward to seeing you on the field!  Sticks up!



Saturday, May 17 was a great day for the Fairfield Youth Boys at the Springboro Shootout.  They went 3-0 in their bracket, first with wins over Lakota (7 to 3) and Mason (8-0), followed by an intense, tough-fought Brave Heart overtime win, 5-4, against Springboro Blue to advance to the championship.   Fairfield defeated Springboro White 9-6 to become the tournament champs.

The boys won the tournament thanks to unselfish play and pressure defense.  They pressured the ball on all sides of the field and 10 different players scored goals.  It was truly a team win and a great way to cap off the season.

Sticks Up to the Springboro Shootout tourney organizers and competing teams!  And STICKS UP to the champion Fairfield Indian Youth Boys!  Great job!


"The Fastest Game on Two Feet"

Lacrosse, considered to be America’s first sport, was ‘The Creator’s Game,’ played by Native Americans to resolve conflicts, heal the sick and develop strong men. The game was christened ‘Lacrosse’ by French missionaries who observed the game centuries ago.

Lacrosse is fast-paced and full of action. The sport is a combination of skills similar to basketball, soccer, and hockey, and played with a stick, the crosse, a ball, and two goals. Anyone can play lacrosse, the big or the small; the game requires coordination and speed, not brawn.

Fairfield Lacrosse is a not-for-profit organization designed to implant firmly in the youth of the community the ideals of good sportsmanship, honesty, loyalty, and courage, so that they may be stronger and happier, and will grow to be good, clean, healthy citizens in the community of Fairfield, Ohio. This objective shall be achieved by providing supervised competitive lacrosse.

Fairfield Lacrosse fielded its first team in the spring of 2005. It was made up of 3rd through 6th grade boys from the Fairfield area. Some of the players had previously played with other local clubs, like Lakota for a year or two, but the majority of the 20 or so kids had never picked up a stick. As these boys continued to play, and since 2005, we've fielded teams for boys from 3rd through 12th grades. In 2008, FLC fielded its first boys' high school team, and in 2011 the team fielded its first girls' team, at the high school level.  The boys' high school team made its first-ever state tournament appearance in 2011 after winning a school-record 16 games. In 2014, Fairfield’s high school team moved from the OHSLA’s Club Division to the Scholastic Division to compete in Division I.

Fairfield Lacrosse has proven to be a competitive force in the Cincinnati area played in the Ohio Club South division of US Lacrosse. Over the years, we've competed successfully in several end-of-season tournaments at the high school and middle school level and have become a force to be reckoned with. Focused on player development with an ‘everybody plays’ attitude, our goal is to grow the sport of lacrosse, the fastest game on two feet! 



Lacrosse Auto Decals Now on Sale

Fairfield Lacrosse auto decals are now available.

Decals measure 4 x 6 and can be purchased for $5.00 each.

Please contact Mark Craig at for more information.

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