The First Georgia Youth Lacrosse League

With over two decades of experience teaching the game, Atlanta Youth Lacrosse was the pioneer program that ignited the explosive growth of lacrosse in Georgia. We continue that proud tradition today by teaching the sport of lacrosse while providing a fun and safe experience for all involved. Through dedicated coaches, certified officials, parent volunteers, and our S.T.A.R. Program, we strive to mentor young people to be the best they can be while serving our local community.

Our Blog reflects AYL’s pioneering spirit, and our posts go out nationally to players, parents, coaches, officials, and program administrators. These posts cover everything from setting up new lacrosse programs, how to act on and off the field, ways to become a better coach, and much more.

The AYL Mission

  • Fun
  • Fundamentals
  • Sportsmanship
  • Honoring the Game
  • Educating Everyone

If you would like more information about our Intro to Indoor Box lacrosse please click here.


If you would like more information about our upcoming fall program (PreK-12th) please click here.


Please email questions@ayllax.com if you would like to learn more about AYL from one of our directors.


Maximum Team Sizes

We believe teams capped at 22 players helps increase game time for each player.
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Coaches Training

Blog posts, instructional videos, and group classes are available for all of our coaches.
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Our Player Experience

We work to instill a love of the game in all of our players and our goal is having every player leave our fields smiling.
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Zebra Training

We train interested youth officials to keep games safe, fair, and fun.
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S.T.A.R. Volunteers

Students That Accept Responsibility develop a strong work ethic while having fun.
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Atlanta Youth Lacrosse - "We're Intense About Being Laid-Back"


 

Most Recent Blog Posts

Written by Coach Lou Corsetti and Head Official Gordon Corsetti:

An Incredible Trip

An Incredible Trip

I went to Denver to ref games, and I came back with an entirely new perspective on lacrosse. I knew that lacrosse...

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We Forgot

We Forgot

This post was inspired by The New York Times Article "Sports Should Be Child's Play" We forgot how hard the game w...

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No Biting

No Biting

I never thought I'd have a reason to write a post titled "No Biting" but I was wrong. Luis Suarez of Uruguay was r...

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That’s A Stupid Rule

That’s A Stupid Rule

"That's stupid.", "That's a stupid rule.", "We don't use those rules, they're stupid." When I hear these comment...

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