An Eastern Massachusetts girls lacrosse league, comprised of 19 organizations from 22 towns along the RT 128 and RT 2 corridors.

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 FGLL Responsibilities

In exchange for each member Town’s commitment, FGLL will:
  • Enable competition
    • Create a weekly game schedule for member teams consisting of 8 or more games per season
    • Post the weekly game schedule on
    • Pay an Umpire Coordinator to arrange umpires as well as junior umpires when possible
  • Educate
    • Take pro-active steps to help insure a positive culture/environment for youth lacrosse; manage growing competitiveness; build character and improve sportsmanship
    • Help member Town Directors educate their coaches, officials, athletes and fans on the rules of the game, safety within the game and FGLL rules regarding fair competition and good sportsmanship
    • Post US Lacrosse youth rules and Zero Tolerance Policy
    • Link to Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA)
    • Provide current information on Concussion Management
    • Train coaches
      • Annually offer FGLL-specific ½ day coaches’ clinics:  preferably separately for new coaches and experienced coaches
      • Publish local US Lacrosse Level 1 Coaches’ Clinic
      • Publish local US Lacrosse Level 2 Coaches’ Clinic
    • Train officials
      • Publish and support opportunities for umpire training, especially among High School players
  • Support
    • Support towns in their quest to replenish their leadership
    • Help towns share best practices as well as any easy-to-use tools to manage program information
  • Celebrate
    • Highlight the value of all those who play, coach, officiate, or support the sport of women’s lacrosse on