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Player Registration Information and Instructions

Registration for the 2021 Spring Lacrosse Season for Youth and High School programs is now open.  Please review Steps 1-3 before proceeding, and note any NEW changes for this year.


Click on the Register Online button on the main page to start the registration process.  It is recommended to use Google Chrome as your internet browser.  
Upon the completion of online registration you will receive a confirmation page, which needs to be printed and returned with any additional registration forms not completed via the on-line process.
If you are unable to complete the registration online, please click on the FEEDBACK button on the left menu bar and indicate your needs.  The webmaster or applicable registrar will coordinate a time with you for online registration.
If you have questions about the registration process and cannot find your information below and/or if you have a issue registering on-line, please contact your applicable registrar and/or director.

Helpful Links:

Registration fees and grade levels
Online Registration Features (Integrated US Lacrosse Registration and Payment Options)
Registration in Three Easy Steps
VAHS Registration for High School Players
Parent Information Meetings
Youth Practices and Games
Multi-Family discounts, Volunteering, Scholarships, and Uniforms

How to Edit Your Account, Check Notifications, Add Contacts

Registration Fees and Grade Levels:  
The following are the registration fees for the Verona Lacrosse Club's 2021 Spring season. This page should give you all the information you will need to get started.  You may register a player for one of eight programs based on the player's gender and age and/or grade level:


Registration Program Age Guidelines Early
Bird  Deadline  
(After Early
 Registration  Closes
High School Boys Varsity and JV (Grades 9-12) ** n/a - - $


High School Girls Varsity and JV (Grades 9-12) ** n/a - - $ 3/1/2021
Boys Youth U14 (Born on or after 9/1/2006) - Primarily grades 7/8 14 years or younger as of 8/31/21 - - $ 3/1/2021
Boys Youth U12 (Born on or after 9/1/2008) - Primarily grades 5/6 12 years old or younger as of 8/31/21 - - $ 3/1/2021
Boys Youth U10 (Born on or after 9/1/2010) - Primarily grades 3/4 10 years old or younger as of 8/31/21 - - $ 3/1/2021
Boys Youth U8   (Born on or after 9/1/2012) - Primarily grades 1/2 8 years old or younger as of 8/31/21 - - $ 3/1/2021
Girls Youth G15 (Grades 6, 7, 8) 15 years old or younger as of 8/31/21 but NOT in high school - - $ 3/1/2021
Girls Youth G11 (Grades 2, 3, 4, 5) 11 years old or younger as of 8/31/21 - - $ 3/1/2021

 * Multi-player discounts of $20 per player will be applied after the first player is registered.

** The HS Boys & Girls program cost includes an allocation for bus transportation to some away games.

Youth players MUST register based on the Age Guidelines above,
however, requests to play with peers at a different level grade level will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
If a grade level change cannot be accomodated, a full refund will be provided.


Scholarships available. See details below.



US LACROSSE AGE GUIDELINES:  For registration purposes, all VLC youth players should register for the their applicable team based on the age level or grade level requirements stated in the registration process.  US Lacrosse established these specific age/grade guidelines in order to promote the game of lacrosse among the youth of America in a safe and sportsmanlike environment.  VLC supports these established age guidelines but also believes players should have an opportunity to play with their peers.  If you need to request an exception to the age guidelines for your player's team placement, please contact your youth age level director (can be found under contacts on left menu bar).  Upon completion of registration, VLC will evaluate potential player exceptions to the US Lacrosse Age Guidelines based on overall team numbers, a player’s birth date, team impacts, coach input, and a player’s physical and mental ability to compete and interact effectively with a different age level group.

Online Registration Features


Integrated US Lacrosse Registration
The club has integrated our registration with US Lacrosse.  During the registration process you will be asked to register with US Lacrosse (or renew if your current registration expires before July 31 of next year).  As part of the agreement with US Lacrosse you will be asked to pay these fees via credit card while registering.  The US Lacrosse fees are $30 for youth players and $35 for high school players.  Upon completing your registration with US Lacrosse, you will automatically return to the Verona Lacrosse Club registration.  US Lacrosse membership fees are separate from the VLC registration and are non-refundable.  If you are unable to complete the US Lacrosse registration online, please contact US Lacrosse directly at and they will be able to assist with USL memberships over the phone.  

Payment by Credit Card (Visa/Mastercard only)
You will have the option to pay your player fees by VISA/MasterCard at the time of registration.  This feature is convenient and secure, giving you the ability to pay once for US Lacrosse and Verona Lacrosse registrations at the end of the registration process.


Completing Registration in Three Easy Steps

   Step 1:  Complete the online registration program for each player in your family .  

  • It is recommended to use Google Chrome as your internet browser.  Other browsers will work as well, but Google Chrome seems to be the most proficient in completing the forms.
  • To expedite the process, gather insurance, physician, emergency contact, and player t-shirt/uniform size in advance of starting the registration process.
  • Returning members should consider "Sign In" in before beginning the registration process.
  • Start the process by clicking on the "Register Online" button on the club homepage left menu bar or "Register Now" button on the right side of homepage.
    • Select a Registration Category (If not sure of the appliable age group, see age grouping chart above), then click continue on the next page.
      • ALL - displays all open programs, including any camps or clinics
      • GIRLS Youth Season Registration displays registration options for G11 and G15
      • BOYS Youth Season Registration displays registration options for U8, U10, U12, and U14
      • HS Season Registration displays registration for Boys and Girls High School
  • Select the program for your player.
    • Returning members:   If you registered previously, logging in will expedite the process.  If you need assistance with your account or password, please click on the "Edit My Account" button on the home page.  To retrieve your password you can enter your email address and it will be sent to you.  This is a great opportunity to review existing contact information.  NEW:  Click on EACH Guardian name and EACH Player name.  Review address, email, and phone information.  Make necessary changes.  Also make sure "Do Not Email" is NOT checked.  Add additional Guardians/Contacts that you want to receive information about games/practices.  Modify any privacy settings for contacts (Public, Private, Roster) -- just click on the ? to understand the options.  Click here to learn more about how to Edit Your Account.
    • New members:   You will be asked to create an account.  Simply follow the instructions accordingly.
  • After clicking SUBMIT, the system will redirect you to the US Lacrosse website if you don't yet have a player membership or if your player's membership expires before July 31 of next year.  The integrated US Lacrosse Registraton is discussed above.  When complete, you will be redirected back to the VLC registration site.  If you have a problem with the US Lacrosse membership or if the system seems to stop, please contact U.S. Lacrosse directly at or call 1-410-235-6882.  Your USL membership is linked to a parent account and sometimes an issue occurs when that parental name differs from the one associated with the player name in the Verona Lacrosse Club database.    Alternatively, click here to contact your applicable Youth Registrar or High School Registrar.
  • To complete the online portion of the registration, you will then be asked to provide the following information:
    • T-shirt/uniform sizing, Emergency contact information, Player medical information and allergies, Insurance information, and Emergency Treatment Response.  For any information you are not willing to disclose, type n/a or "not provided" in the required response. Parents accept full responsibility for any incorrect or incomplete information.
    • Waivers, concussion acknowledgements, etc.  All forms/waivers are part of the online registration process.  There are no separate hard copies to complete.
    • Scholarship contributions.  VLC provides offers financial assistance to familites that endure a financial hardship.  If you'd like to donate/contribute to VLC's scholarship fund, simply indicate the amount of your donation, and that amount will be automatically added to the amount due when finalizing payment due.
    • Volunteer deposit checks.  Families are asked to contribute 6 hours for one registered player, 10 hours for two registered players, and 14 hours for three or more registered players.  Families will be asked to submit volunteer deposit check(s) for a family at the start of the season based on $150 for one player, $250 for two players, and $350 for three or more players.  The check is a deposit only and will be returned/shredded upon completion of the applicable volunteer hours.  Families who do not want to volunteer can elect a buyout in the same amounts at the start of the season.  Additional details on the policy, volunteer opportunities, and the buyout option are available
    • NEW (High School only): You have the option at the end of the form to elect to receive college recruiting information.  You can make a selection at this time, and modify it at a later date by Editing your Account, or simply leave it blank.

 Upon completion of the registration, print and review your confirmation thoroughly for additional instructions and links to other required forms.


 Step 2:  Submit Payment.  

  • If you paid during the on-line process, fantastic!  If payment is due, bring your check, payable to Verona Lacrosse Club to the informational meeting for your player.  If you are unable to attend your informational meeting, please mail your payment to the address below.  The online registration and fees and/or an agreed-upon fee schedule must be completed prior to participation.

Mail your completed forms and check(s) to:
Verona Lacrosse Club
PO Box 930548
Verona WI 53593-0548

Refund/Cancellation Policy
The Verona Lacrosse club requires that payment of all fees be made prior to participation in club activities.  If your child for any reason decides to not participate after registering, Verona Lacrosse will refund all fees paid less US Lacrosse fees if the request is made within one week prior to the first practice date, which varies per program. 

 Step 3:  High School only
.  Refer to your confirmation for additional instructions

All high school players must also complete the VAHS sports registration process, which includes the completion of the physical card.  No fees are paid to the high school so the "Athletic Fees" do not apply.
A student athlete will have ONE registration at VAHS for all sports plus ONE registration at Verona Lacrosse Club for the spring season.

  • Complete the on-line VAHS Athletics Registration Process:  
    • Go to:
    • Click on the Registration Link on the Right Side
    • Login if registered previously (or if you have used Sports Engine before) or create a new account.
      • Steps to follow if you ALREADY registered for a school sport for the current school year.
        • Click continue and follow the instructions.
        • Make any necessary changes to contact informtion AND check "lacrosse" under the Player & Parent/Guardian Information​
        • Read the instructions related to the WIAA Physical Card and/or WIAA Alternate Year Athletic Permit Card and be sure to submit to the VAHS Athletic Office.  This is a required form to participate in lacrosse.
      • ​​Steps to follow if this is the FIRST sports registration for the current school year.
        • Complete all the required information, including emergency contact information, and be sure to check "lacrosse" under the Player & Parent/Guardian Information.
        • Sign the Code of Conduct and Concussion Protocol electronically.
        • Read the instructions related to the WIAA Physical Card and/or WIAA Alternate Year Athletic Permit Card and be sure to submit to the VAHS Athletic Office.  This is a required form to participate in lacrosse.
      • If you are having difficulty with this step, please contact Jody Witte-Davis at the High School at 608-845-4498 or .  Physical cards can be emailed or handed into Ms. Witte-Davis, but all other VAHS forms need to be completed online.



Parent Information & Organizational Meetings

  • High School Girls: January 7, 2020 6:30pm; Badger Ridge Middle School Commons (Mandatory - 1 parent and player should attend)
  • High School Boys: January 8, 2020 6:30pm; K-Wing Commons (Mandatory - 1 parent and player should attend)
  • Youth Boys & Girls: January 21, 2020 6:30pm; Badger Ridge Middle School.  Learn about the sport, the season, practice/game schedules and equipment needs.  Girls and boys will break into separate sessions for the second half of this meeting.

Multi Player Discounts.  
If a family has more than one player, there is a discount for each additional family player after the first player is registered:

Total Family Players Total Family Discount
2 or more family members Players $20 discount per additional registration


Youth Practices & Games
Youth practices for boys and girls will vary depending on the grade level and number of players registered.  The practice schedule will be discussed at the Youth Parent Information meeting.  Last year's practice schedule can be found at  This is simply a sample of last year and is not necessarily when practices will be held in the upcoming year.  Once the practice schedule is determined, if that schedule creates a conflict for your player, a full refund will be provided if requested in advance of practices beginning.  
Youth games are scheduled on Saturday and Sundays starting late-April and continuing into the first week of June.  The majority of games will be held in the Madison area, including Verona, Oregon, Stoughton, Middleton, Janesville, Deforest, and Sun Prairie, with the potential for some games at Kettle Moraine, Elkhorn, and Watertown.  


Volunteer Hours
As part of the player registration, the club requires families to contribute a specific number of volunteer hours to the club for each player registered.  There are a variety of opportunities to volunteer throughout the season by participating in various activities, such as the scoreboard, field maintenance or tournament help.  Information on the opportunity to buy out of this requirement will be available at the organizational meetings. 
      Click here to view the Volunteer Policy and Buyout Options.
      Click here to view the list of all Volunteer Opportunities. 


Scholarships are available to assist those families that endure a financial hardship.  Scholarship funds do not cover U.S. lacrosse fees or any equipment needs.  ALL scholarship requests are due by February 15.  Requests will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis, and applicants will be notified of their scholarship award by no later than March 1.
      Click here to complete the online Scholarship Form (Preferred)
      Click here to download a hard copy Scholarship Form


All registered players will be provided a game uniform.  A separate uniform deposit check is required.  Checks are made payable to VLC upon distribution of the uniform and held during the season.  When the uniform is returned at the end of the season and it is confirmed that volunteer hours have been completed, the check is shredded or returned.  Uniform deposit amounts vary from $50 for youth to ~$100 for High School.  The exact amount required will be provided by your Team Parent.