About Us

The University of London Lacrosse Club has age old traditions, and is the finest lacrosse club in the world. All standards welcome from beginner to experienced. Equipment provided.


For those who are unfamiliar with the sport, lacrosse is a fast-paced team field game. It's easy to pick up the sport, and we have all the equipment to make it possible for beginners to come along. The Student Central Lacrosse club welcomes both novices and seniors.

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What We Do

Student Central Lacrosse club has a range of teams which enables us to teach the game to novices and also develop the lacrosse skills and team ethos through competitive games within the South of England Men's League  which takes place on Saturdays. We have trainings on Wednesdays and start each session with a warm up followed by drills, defending and attacking practice led by our skilled coach and captain.


When and Where We Meet



We play in a Saturday League - South of England Mens Lacrosse Association. We also attend a number of tournaments including the Flags tournament and SEMLA 6's. Recently we went to the Prague International Competition and played against the Czech National Team. We also offer opportunities to get a number of qualifications including attending a referee'ing course enabling players to be paid to referee at matches.



Winners of SEMLA 2 League (a prestigious tournament that takes place throughout the year)

Trophy winners of Flags Minor Competition 2014, 2017

Former Captain - Ben Colville - Selected for the England Unis Team

Prague International Competition


What Does It Cost?

Club membership is £40 for University of London students payable upon joining which covers equipment, instructor costs, facility hire and insurance. There are no weekly subs.

Affiliate membership for alumni and non-University of London students is £50.



"It started with Chatham Reed and includes the likes of Ian MacPhail, Sean Dolan and most recently Jimmy Steinmetz but every year London University Men's Lacrosse gets Americans who regardless of their lax/drinking/banter skills or lack thereof remind us that this is a not club but a family"

-Andrew Fernando - Ex President