What You Need to Know to Get Started
Your roster should include:
- Player’s Name
- Player’s Jersey #
- Home Phone #
- Parent’s Cell Phone #
- Email Address
- Head Coach Contact Information
- Assistant Coaches Contact Information
- Manager’s Contact Information
Once your coaching staff has been finalized, the Form 100 needs to be completed ASAP. Ensure you are using the correct form – 100B for box lacrosse, 100M for youth field lacrosse, and 100W for women's field lacrosse.
It should be typed out – making sure the 1st page is filled out correctly, the 2nd page is signed by the head coach, and the 3rd page is reviewed and signed by all bench staff.
Submit completed form to the Coach Coordinator, by April 24th for box lacrosse and September 26th for field lacrosse. The Manager Coordinator will let you know if the due dates change.
Links to the following and forms will be emailed out to all managers to share with your team:
- Medical Information
- Code of Conduct
- Return to Play Policy
- Illness Policy
All forms must be completed by each player to be eligible to participate in lacrosse activities. The Secretary will send give you access to the tracking sheet for your team so you can see who has not completed their forms.
Collect deposit cheques and record on the Deposit Cheque Reconciliation form.
Jerseys deposit of $150 made payable to LMLA and postdated August 1st for box and March 1st for field. MUST be received before handing out jerseys.
Volunteer deposit of $100 made payable to the team and postdated August 1st for box and March 1st for field.
The treasurer will provide you with a cheque at the beginning of the season. This will cover your tiering and regular season referee fees.
This money is only to be used for home games. If there is money left over, it must be returned to the association.
Referee fees for exhibition games are the responsibility of the team.
Fill out the Referee Reconciliation form and return it to the treasurer, with left over fees if applicable, at the end of the season.
You will be provided with enough game sheets for your home games.
If you need extra, please contact the Manager Coordinator.
Team & Association Equipment
MAP box and the association’s blue locker have locks with codes which will open the box and access to the nets.
This code should only be used by coaches and managers.
The codes can be found in your team’s bin. If you have not received these codes, please contact the Equipment Manager.
The Equipment Manager will contact the teams at the beginning of the season to arrange pick-up of the team bins.
More information on equipment.
Langley Thunder logo items are ordered directly through MVP.
Volunteer Fees & Obligations
Volunteer deposit cheques will be returned/shredded at the end of the season if volunteer obligations have been met. If the family did not meet the requirements, the cheque will be cashed by the association.
It is up to you to let parents know about opportunities to volunteer and to track it on the Volunteer Records form.
See Team Volunteers for more information.
Costs incurred by the team for tournaments, coach’s gifts, wind up party, etc. should be detailed in the team budget.
Please communicate with your team and be respectful of people’s financial constraints.
See Budget for more information.
Please inform your commissioner of any exhibition games that are scheduled.
The game sheet will also need to be sent in to your commissioner.
Referee fees need to be covered by the team.
Each team has a Team Snap link provided by the association.
This can be used to manage team roster, schedule, attendance as well as offering the ability to share documents, video, stats, scores and association communications.
Contact the Director Administration, for logon information.
Photo forms will be handed out at the Coaches/Managers Meeting. The photo night schedule will be emailed out at the end of April for box and October for field.