The Central Marin Lacrosse Club is a non-profit 501.C.3 group of participants, coaches, parents, and community members organized to grow the game of lacrosse. Through teaching Youth Lacrosse, Central Marin Lacrosse Club strives to emphasize to participan

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CMBJ Lacrosse FAQ

Q. What is the best way to ask a question that is not answered by the information provided on the website?
A. Send an email to the appropriate contact from our contact page.  If you don't know which contact to email, just send it to  and we will attempt to respond within a reasonable timeframe.

Q. What is the cost?
A. See the Registration page for specific cost for individual leagues.

Q. Are there any additional costs?
A. All Central Marin Blue Jays Lacrosse Players must be active members of US Lacrosse. This membership is not included in your registration fee. Equipment is the largest other cost. Boys equipment can range from $250 - $350, Girls from $75 to $100.

Q. Why do I need a US Lacrosse membership?
A.  US Lacrosse membership is a requirement to play Scorpion Lacrosse because it offers insurance coverage that protects the program in the event of a serious injury to one of its players while playing in the program. See http://www.uslacrosse.org for more information.

Q. What equipment is needed?
A. Boys require a lacrosse stick, helmet, shoulder pads, arm pads, rib pads, gloves, mouthpiece and cleats (soccer or football). Girls require a lacrosse stick (girls’ version), mouthpiece, eye protection and cleats.

Q. Where do I get the uniform?
A. Uniforms will be distributed at the beginning of the season by the team mangers.  Practice shooter shirts and Pinnies will be be available for order only during the open registration period.

Q. Where can I get the equipment?
A. Local retailers: Sling It Lacrosse in downtown San Rafael, Sports Authority in Vintage Way, Novato.

Q. Is Lacrosse a contact sport?
A. Boys lacrosse is a contact sport. Girls lacrosse is not a contact sport.  6th grade and under boys focus on skill development and play with minimal physical contact. 7th grade and older play allows appropriate physical contact.