About the Vancouver Minor Lacrosse Association
The Vancouver Minor Lacrosse Association (VMLA) is the governing body responsible for administering Canada’s National Summer Sport for youth aged five to sixteen throughout Vancouver.
The VMLA oversees youth box lacrosse (March – July), youth field lacrosse (August – March), and female-only box lacrosse.
Our catchment area is for any player residing West of Boundary Road between Vancouver and Burnaby, going north from the Burrard Inlet and south to the Fraser River, from Boundary Road running west to Georgia Straight and north of the Fraser River, and south of the Burrard Inlet. Our catchment also includes the area known as the University Endowment Lands
We in turn are governed by the residency rules of the Lower Mainland Minor Lacrosse Association and the Pacific Coast Field Lacrosse league.
There can be exceptions to the residency rules, contact the VMLA president if you have any questions.
The VMLA is committed to enhancing the growth and development of the sport of lacrosse in Vancouver, while providing guidance, direction, and stability to its members through strong, proactive & ethical leadership.
Our mission is to: (i) develop the game of lacrosse in Vancouver in a sustainable manner while preserving the heritage and integrity of the sport, and (ii) promote and practice the Fair Play Codes throughout the Association for players, coaches, referees, volunteers, and spectators.
VMLA, c/o Killarney Community Centre
6260 Killarney Street
Vancouver, BC. V5S 2X7
There is an executive meeting on the second Wednesday of every month @ 7:00pm. Meetings are held at Killarney Community Centre. Email the Secretary for next meeting location, or agenda items.