Roseville Youth Lacrosse Club (formally Woodcreek Lacrosse) is dedicated to providing a positive athletic experience for the ROSEVILLE, CALIFORNIA region student athletes. We are committed to developing character, leadership, teamwork, athletic ability,

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New beginning in the 2018 season,  the NCJLA has established a protocol regarding Geographic Boundaries


Serves the following zip codes:

                                                                   95747,   95678,  95843,   95668

Please contact us at  if you have any questions as to which club you should be registering.  The other clubs in our area are Rocklin Lacrosse, Sierra Foothills Lacrosse, Fair Oaks Lacrosse, Sacramento Lacrosse & Granite Bay Youth Lacrosse.  Please see our tab under "Local Lacrosse Opportunities" for a link to their sites. 

If the club in your zip code is not fielding a team at your age group, you are welcome to reach out to the club of your choice and /or register with another club fielding that age group. 

Just be sure to communicate with the club or send us an email

as we are happy to help with any questions you may have!



NCJLA Geographic Boundaries

Geographic territories for all NCJLA Clubs are listed on the NCJLA website.

Beginning on October 1, 2017 all PLAYERS ON NCJLA TEAMS are expected to play for the club responsible for operations that corresponds to their residential address / zip code. 

Should there be extenuating circumstances the legal guardians of the player that wishes to play in another club should complete the following:


  1. Contact the President of the club by email or phone that corresponds to your residential address and inform them that you wish to have your child play in another club and would like for them to sign a Release to Play Form (standard form is available to complete on the NCJLA website).

  2. Contact the President of the club that you wish to play for by email or phone and request for them to sign an Acceptance to Play Form. (standard form is available to complete on the NCJLA website).

  3. Complete the NCJLA Play Out of Area Disclosure Form on the NCJLA website.

  4. After receiving documentation of the approval/denial from both club Presidents ~ register your child for the team that was approved or submit a request for arbitration to if you were denied your request.


  1. Communicate with the other club president in a timely manner.

    a. NCJLA recommends that communication be in writing but not required.
  2. Complete the release to play or acceptance form in a timely manner.

  3. Submit "Release to Play or Acceptance Forms" to the NCJLA prior to March 1st  (prior to when rosters are being locked).

  4. Communicate with the parents in a professional and timely manner.

  5. Participate in arbitration with the NJCLA and parents should there be a conflict. 

Should a conflict between club presidents, parents, or coaches arise that can not be solved through arbitration with the NCJLA designee the matter will be submitted to the NCJLA Board of Directors for review and a final determination will be made. NCJLA Board decisions are final and can not be appealed.