Field Nationals

Alberta will be participating at the U15 Men’s Field and U19 Women’s Field


Midget (U15) Field - $75

U19 Women's Field - $75

  • Players must supply a non-refundable fee of $75.00 to the Alberta Lacrosse Association for Team Alberta regional tryouts. The $75 fee will include a tryout t-shirt. Final tryout camp will be a non-refundable $25 fee.
  • Refunds for tryout fee will only be considered for Medical reasons. A Doctors note is required. Refunds are subject to approval and a $10 administration fee.

Please direct questions to - 


Field Requirements

Players who have not applied by the deadline date will NOT be permitted to try-out.

  • Players must register as a runner (A, M, LP) or goalie, not more than one.
  • Alberta Lacrosse Players can only try-out and play for Team Alberta at the Field National Championships.
  • Players may be required to attend more than one try-out camp.
  • Tryout camps TBA
  • Players, Club & Team Alberta coaches are strongly encouraged to work together to allow obligations to both teams to be met. Recommended priority is Field club games followed by Team Alberta activities.
  • Players must pay a non-refundable $75.00 fee to the Alberta Lacrosse Association for Team Alberta tryout. This fee includes a try-out tee shirt and the initial tryout camp.
  • If selected, players and parents are required to sign and adhere to the ALA Code of Conduct.
  • Alumni Cup  (U15) will be held in Ontario during the first week of September.
  • Players are to follow the criteria and rules as set up by the Canadian Lacrosse Association.
  • U15 Registration is open to players with the birth years of 2004 & 2003.

Refunds for tryout fee will only be considered for Medical reasons. A Doctors note is required. Refunds are subject to approval and a $10 administration fee.

Please, direct questions to or at (780)464-1861



Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport

CCES True Sport Clean 101 (Untracked) online

The course is comprised of eight (8) modules and one (1) quiz. It will take roughly one (1) hour to complete.

How do I complete the online anti-doping education course?

  1. Access the course.
  2. Complete the course modules.
    • The modules can be completed in any order and don't all have to be done at once.
    • If you leave the module before it's completed, your progress will not be saved.
    • Some of the modules are interactive, so be sure to follow the on-screen instructions and click around.
    • Each module has a few questions at the end and those answers may be helpful when completing the final quiz, so pay attention. 
  3. Complete the True Sport Clean Quiz.
    • Before you start the final quiz, be sure to input your full name and your Member Association in the corresponding boxes.
    • There are six (6) sections to the quiz. You need to get 100% on each section to pass.
    • If you don't pass one of the sections on your first attempt, you can re-do that quiz immediately.
  4. Save an electronic copy of your course certificate.
    • Once you pass the True Sport Clean Quiz, follow the instructions to print and/or save a copy of your certificate.
    • You can either take a screen shot of your certificate and save it as a photo file or print the webpage and save it to PDF.
    • Without the certificate, there is no way for the CLA to know that you've successfully completed the course, so don't close the page until the certificate is saved.
  5. Send a copy of your course certificate to the CLA.

Submit the form and keep the confirmation email for your records.

Who do I contact if I have questions?

  • If you want to know if you have to complete this anti-doping education course, please contact
  • If you are having technical difficulties with the online course or quiz, please contact
  • If you are having trouble submitting your certificate, please contact

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