Box Lacrosse and Indoor Lacrosse Tournament Directory
Box lacrosse and other indoor varieties of the game have become an important part of the sport as more players chosen to play year-round. Given lacrosse's Canadian and northeastern US roots, where long cold winters are the norm, it's pretty clear that indoor lacrosse is a necessity if you wish to play more than seven or eight months a year.
It is sometimes necessary to distinguish between box lacrosse and indoor lacrosse. Although many people use these terms interchangeably, box lacrosse, very popular in Canada, has a specific set of rules and its own culture - even a professional league.
Many players in the US, on the other hand, when they head inside for the winter play a small sided version of field lacrosse except that is played indoors. Where possible we have tried to draw that distinction in our indoor lacrosse tournament listings.
The indoor sports industry has come a long way since the days when the only available facilities seemed to be inflatable bubbles that seemed to favor soccer over lacrosse. It is now not uncommon to find first class indoor facilities that cater almost exclusively to the lax crowd and host regular tournaments. Among their offerings.
Here then is our listing of box lacrosse tournaments and other indoor events. With organized these events state-by-state alphabetically with each listing being alive link that you can click through to find more information about the specific events.
As always, our search function may be useful if you are looking for a specific event in your area.
California Cup Box Lacrosse Tournament
New England Fall Fest
Northern Girls 7v7 Showcase
True Lacrosse President's Day Tournament
Forekicks June Showcases
IAS Preseason Tournament
IAS Presidnet's Day Jamboree
IAS March Ice Out
Matty Demaine Invitational - Men's
North Cabin Feaver
Yuletide Classic - HS Boys
True Lacrosse 7v7 - Indoor
True Lacrosse Fire Up Preseason Tournament - Indoor
If you are a tournament director of a Box lacrosse tournament, your event should be listed here. If it isn't, you can easily fix that by filling out our lacrosse tournament submission form. If you can send us a logo, too, and a brief description of the event, we'll get you listed right away.