It is difficult to say that the rules of Lacrosse are standardized. Each league and age group has slightly different rules and each group was set up at different times.
Yes, the rules change a little bit every year.
The rules for the sport Lacrosse can be found on many online sites such as US Lacrosse, Dick's Sporting Goods, Wikihow, Laxpower, and Inside Lacrosse.
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indoor lacrosse is called box lacrosse. it is played mainly in canada. In box there are also different rules about your stick, gear, and general gameplay.
The year that lacrosse was discovered is said to be 1100 AD. It wasn't until 1856 that the first lacrosse club was formed in Canada.
Lacrosse originated back with the Indians and it is still unclear what year it actually started. They played lacrosse as a war training game to get them ready to fight. Their games lasted days and days and many people would die in the process because they would have thousands of people playing at one time, and no rules.
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only is youre playing select lacrosse, therefore it may be indoor at times.....if you play a regular season lacrosse, it is not all year round