*Mini-Tyke, Tyke and Novice registration will remain open until March 15 (or until we reach our maximum numbers). Prices for those age levels will remain at the early-bird prices.
**PeeWee, Bantam and Midget early registration (and the opportunity to participate in evaluations) is closed.
***Only credit card payments for registration will be accepted after Feb. 28, 2019.
Early-bird Registration: Jan.1 - Feb. 28, 2019 (Players will participate in Evaluations - see schedule here - and will be placed in the appropriate division)
Late Registration: March 1 - March 15 (Players will not participate in Evaluations and will be placed on the lowest - "C" - team in their age group)
|Age Division||Birth Year||Early-Bird Fees (Jan 1 - February 28)||Late Fees (March 1 - March 15)|
|Junior||2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998||$800||$800|
* A 3% processing fee will be added to your credit card on all registrations
**A one-time cheque drop off will be available on Feb 20, 2019 at Cardel Rec South - main lobby - between 6:00 - 8:00 pm. A $45 NSF fee will be charged for all returned cheques.
Fees must be paid in full by February 28, 2019 for your child to participate in Evaluations and to be placed on a like-skilled team.
If you are new to the Axemen Lacrosse Club, please review our club boundaries to verify that you are registering with the correct club.
The Axemen are using a the RAMP registration system again for the 2019 season. New RAMP users will need to create a profile.
Be sure to verify your contact emails, phone numbers, and player birthdays prior to registering for the season.
Contact Ashley Bamford-Dobbyn at email@example.com for assistance.
If you are looking for information on the general lacrosse season, please look on the DIVISION tab on this website, information is organized there by division.
If you require financial assistance to participate, please visit our Financial Assistance page regarding fee assistance.
Peewee, Bantam & Midget: March 9 - 21, 2019. Find Schedule here.
Mini-tyke, Tyke, Novice: April 6 - 20. Schedule will be available soon.
Lacrosse in Calgary is a boundary sport. Axemen boundaries can be fond here. However, some players move addresses after playing most of their youth with another club. Some players play other sports within other club boundaries (school). These release forms are brought to the Axemen board for review. The board reviews the ramifications of each release and makes a decision on the release request at monthly meetings (Jan-Mar). The release form must be sent to the President 7 days before the board meetings so all executive can review. The release is then sent to the the self governing body (CDLA) for other club concerns and signatures. These releases usually set precedents and are reviewed thoroughly. Upon written approval, the player is released from the Axemen to other clubs. The Axemen may initiate a release due to low enrollment on any particular age group. These are yearly releases only.
Each year some players are exempt from playing in there “natural” birth age division. Common reasons are height and weight compared to the players peer group. Some are for convenience (two kids in two seperate divisons, one year apart). The process of this form is that the parent fills it out and sends it to the President of the Axemen. The Axemen president will present it to the self governing committee (CDLA) before the season starts and teams are formed (early March). Other clubs within the CDLA have the opportunity to object to this application. The Axemen, upon written notification from the CDLA, will notify the parent of the decision on the exemption. The Axemen will perform due diligence on all applications. This exemptions are only one year exemptions.