For youth Lacrosse, the required equipment is; Shoulder pads, Helmet, Elbow pads, Gloves, Mouth guard, and a stick. However there is also "strongly reccomended" equipment. Here is a list in order of importance. Cup/Jock Cleats Rib Pads Usually teams provide matching shorts and jerseys. Equipment varies for goalies.
Our son plays (he is 7yrs old) and they are required to wear a helmet with a cage, shoulder pads, arm/elbow pads, back and kidney guard, mouth guard, gloves and a jock/jill. If your child is playing box lacrosse you probably want to use knee pads as well. On top of this you'll need a stick and practice jersey. If you child plays hockey the shoulder, elbow pads, kidney/back guard and helmet can be used for lacrosse too. Hope that helps!
It is the same all the way through. Youth girls, MS girls, HS Girls and college players need the same equipment. And that is:
Mouth guard (not clear)
Cleats or Tennis Shoes (cleats recommended)
The very basics are stick, mouthguard, goggles, and some schools want cleetes but soem are okay with just sneakers
Shoes and a basketball.
boxing , running , wrestling , boating , swiming.
It depends on what age you are talking about. If it is middle school or youth lacrosse you should be fine with little to no experience. But if you are looking at college lacrosse, you definitely need prior experience.
In Lacrosse you use a stick, consisting of two parts, the head and the shaft. You also wear protective equipment such as a Helmet, Shoulder Pads, Arm Pads, Gloves, and sometimes rib pads. Rib Pads are not required.In mens there is generally the shoulder pads, arm pads, gloves, the cup, the helmet, and the stick which is either the short stick or the defensive pole.In womens the equipment is basically a stick the length of a mens short stick, optional gloves, and goggles.Both have to wear mouthguards because no one wants to lose teeth, or get a concussion. Both have goalies that wear chest pads and helmets with thigh pads. The shin guards are preferred but are mainly up to the goalie or the coach as well as any other pads.I'm not sure about mens lacrosse but for womens all you need is an approved stick, mouthguard, and eye protection goggles.Men use helmets, gloves, elbow/arm guards/protectors, chest pads, a stick (made up of the shaft and head), a cup, and optionaly rib guards (very useful for midis and attack because you get slap and poke checked a lot).Men's and women's lacrosse require different equipment, since the rules for the sport are different.Men's lacrosse equipment:Lacrosse cleats or an athletic tennis shoeAn athletic supporter and athletic cupChest and shoulder pads (optional)Arm guards (optional)Helmet with full face maskLacrosse stick with headLacrosse ballMouthguardWomen's lacrosse equipment:Lacrosse cleats or an athletic tennis shoeLacrosse gogglesLacrosse stick with headLacrosse ballMouthguardFor Men's Lacrosse: You need lacrosse gloves , arm guards, helmet, shoulder pads, and a lacrosse stickFor Women's Lacrosse:You need a lacrosse stick, goggles, a mouth guard. Gloves and cleats are optional
For equipment Yes
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You will need:1. Lacrosse stickHeadShaft2. Protective gearface goggles3. CleatsSoccer or Lacrosse cleatsI preferably like soccer cleats because they are cheaper and they give me a lot of support. But that's just my opinion.
yes! as long as the pocket isn't to deep