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Lacrosse is a major thread in the fabric of Brampton's, and indeed Canada's heritage, with records indicating that the game has been played in our community since the 1860's; making it the oldest minor lacrosse association in North America. We offer recreational and representative Lacrosse programs in Box Lacrosse, Field Lacrosse  for both boys and girls ages 3 to 20. 

The Mission of the  Brampton Minor Lacrosse Association is to...

Develop team players and a person's character by having affordable fun, fostering a socially responsible and safe environment of inclusive sport that represents the diversity of our city.

ABOUT US

Lacrosse in Brampton has had a rich and enduring history. Building on Canada’s aboriginal roots, lacrosse emerged in Brampton in the 1870s and has become an important ingredient of Brampton’s distinctive character. The Brampton Excelsior Lacrosse Club was officially formed in 1871.  In 2020, The Excelsiors celebrated their 150th anniversary, making it the oldest continuously run sports organization in North America.

BRAMPTON EXCELSIORS ACADEMY IS BACK...

2014 & 2015 MONDAYS 6PM  starting October 18th 

2016 & 2017 WEDNESDAYS 6PM starting October 20th

Price per participant $180 for 9 week program beginning week of October 18th 

Location – Brampton Memorial Arena 

To register for these sessions click here 

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    HOUSE LEAGUE BOX LACROSSE

    HOUSE LEAGUE - BOX LACROSSE

    REPRESENTATIVE BOX LACROSSE

    REPRESENTATIVE BOX LACROSSE

    REPRESENTATIVE FIELD LACROSSE

    FIELD LACROSSE

    The City of Brampton Sports Alliance

    The Brampton Sport Alliance (B.S.A.) provides a voice for youth sports groups and a forum for these groups to share solutions to common problems and challenges facing volunteer-based youth sport organizations. The B.S.A. represents 22 affiliated minor sport organizations.

     

    The primary goal of youth sports in the City of Brampton is to help youth find success in sport, which makes them feel valued and wanted. Every child can be successful in one sport or another.

    Chris Lowe

    McCauley Tournament Director and BMLA President