No, goalies wear the same color jersey. They have to or else people will think they are from a different team. :)
there are 10 lacrosse players per team playing. 3 attackers, 3 midfielders, 3 defenders, and a goalie
The normal set up is: 3 forwards 2 offensive midfielders 2 defensive midfielders 1 center 3 defense
10. three defense three attack three midfielders one goalie
10 players on the field at a time, per team. 3 attack, 3 midfielders, 3 defenders, and 1 goalie.
10 1 Goalie 3 Midfielders (Middies) 3 Attackmen 3 Defensemen
There are 3 attackmen, 3 midfielders, and 3 defensmen, and a goalie for each team.
There are 10 players per team...3 attackers...3 midfielders...and 3 defensemen...plus a goalie
Yes, the sport of lacrosse has two different kinds of midfielders, otherwise known as: "Middies". There are Defensive 'middies' who stay on their side of the field, and they play on both sides of the field, but mainly on their side. The second kind is the Offensive Middie. Their job is to assist the Attack (main offensive players in lacrosse) in landing the ball into the opposing team's goal.
An NHL team is allowed to have 3 goalies on a team. A team is only allowed to have to dressed goalies to start a game.
Well it can vary but in normal outdoor lacrosse 10 people play at once. 3 midfielders 3 attack men, 3 Defense and 1 goalie (for each team)
10 players for each team consisting of: 3 attack, 3 midfielders, 3 defenders, and 1 goalie.