The Napa Youth Lacrosse Club (referred to as NYLC) is a volunteer based organization whose goal is to provide the youth of Napa Valley and surrounding area an opportunity to learn and play the game of lacrosse. The NYLC is a member of the Northern Califo




Welcome to our 2020 season!

Registration is online only.

Players must be enrolled before the start of practice.



The 2019 uniform design will remain the SAME for 2020 season. If you purchased a 2019 uniform and it still fits, you do not need to order a new one.
All NEW players must order their uniform directly from the vendor via our Uniform Store for $68 per set.
Returning players from the 2019 season can order a new size or replacement items if needed.
Jersey numbers for new players will be assigned on a first come, first served, as available basis. The registration form will have a place to indicate your choices. We will pass the final number to the uniform vendor.
If you are a late registrant and were not able to order a uniform by Dec 6th, we have a limited number of extra uniforms to purchase. Please communicate with your coach to see what your options are.
Registration Fees cover field rental, league fees, referees, field equipment and some coaching/clinic expenses.
Registration fees for 2020 are:
U8 Boys/Girls $295
U10 - U14 Boys/Girls $350
Late fee for all returning players after 11/30/19 is $100
Early registration ends November 30, 2019. Late registration ends February 1, 2020. We encourage you to register early as we expect registration to close at age levels as the rosters fill-up.  Age level registration is on a first come first serve basis. At some age levels, there will be two teams.
Napa Force accepts online credit card payments and mail in check payments.
Credit card payments can be paid in full or split into 2 payments. If you choose split payment, $175 will be charged at check out with the remainder automatically withdrawn from the same credit card on January 15, 2020. This option is for credit card payments ONLY.
Check payments are for FULL payments only. Please send to the address provided in your registration confirmation. 
Financial aid is available on a case by case basis. For more information, please contact Jen Trette at

US Lacrosse Membership
Membership with US Lacrosse is required for insurance purposes.

New Members: In order to participate in lacrosse, all players must have a US lacrosse number BEFORE YOU REGISTER. Go to the link below to obtain that number and include it in this form where noted. Annual fee for US Lacrosse is between $25 and $35 depending on age.

Current Members: Your membership must be valid for the duration of the 2020 season. If your membership expires before the end of the June 2020, you must renew prior to registration. If your number is not current, our system will not allow you to complete your registration process.
Go to to create/renew/verify your membership.


NCJLA Division Breakdown

The overall level of play has risen in Northern California youth lacrosse. The Board is always striving to create parity at all levels and decided to create divisions that are also used widely at the National level and recognized by USLacrosse and the Youth Council.

All the rules being used for the NCJLA in the 2020 season will be from the NFHS rule book with the adoptions as written by the USLacrosse Youth Council in the back of the rule book.


Membership Fee Refunds:

Refunds will be available until February 1st. If a player is injured or must withdraw before February 1st, families may request a refund, less a $100 non-refundable administrative fee; after February 1st refunds are not available. Refund requests must be submitted in writing (or via email) to the club registrar.

Player and Parent Participation:

Players and parents are required to complete the attached forms and agreements/contracts at the time of registration including: Parent/Player Expectations Contract, NCJLA Registration Form, Permission for Medical Treatment, Amateur Athlete Waiver Form, Parent/Player Code of Conduct, Parent Volunteer Contract, and Concussion Information Section. 

Practice Schedules and Equipment Requirements:

Practices are held at various Napa fields starting the third week of January. Practices are typically 2 to 3 times per week before games start. Games usually are scheduled on Saturdays or Sundays end of February through mid-May. The season may extend if the team makes the playoffs. All boy players must provide their own helmet, gloves, stick, shoulder pads, arm pads, cup, cleats, and mouthpiece. Girl players must provide their own stick, safety goggles, cleats and mouthpiece (helmet and gloves are optional).

Team Assignments:

Players may be asked to move to different teams depending on enrollment and the player's level of skill. Coaches do not do this without the confidence that the player can compete.