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Now in its tenth year, the Charm City Lacrosse Festival is a girls' lacrosse tournament that takes pace in the Baltimore area each June.

Girls teams from all across the country come to the Baltimore area to compete in this bracket style tournament. Middle school aged players take the field on Saturday, with the older high school aged player playing on Sunday.

All games take place at a single location - the Genesse Valley Fields in Parkton, MD. There is a $5 fee to park at the fields.

Prizes are awarded to the winning teams in each age group and all participating teams receive a commemorative t-shirt, as well as various grab bag items.

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Hosted by: Charm City Lacrosse Festival
Location: Baltimore, MD
Dates: June 11-12
Box/Field: Field
Youth/Adult: Youth
Gender: Girls Only
Ages: Middle School-High School
Format: 12v12
Level of Play: Gold & Silver
Cost: $1,000
Application Deadline: TBA
Contact: Tournament Director
Contact Info: Email


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