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FIELD


INFORMATION


DIMENSIONS: 110-140 yards long, 60-70 yards wide, goals 90-100 yards apart, 10-20 yards behind goal line (For U11 play and younger a modified field may be used. The field is between 60-70 yards in length and between 30-40 yards in width. The field markings shall include: Goal circle and goal line, 8m arc, centerline only.)


RESTRAINING LINES: 30 yards in from goal lines CENTER CIRCLE: middle of field, for draws ARC AND FAN: 8-meter arc and 12-meter fan half circles from goal line


BELOW GOAL LINE: Two small circles (dots) must be added to the field behind each goal. (See Rule 1, Section 9) SUBSTITUTION AREA: players enter game through this area


TEAM BENCH AREA: from the end of the substitution area to the team’s restraining line, and even with the level of the scorer’s table extended (at least 4m from the sideline). Does not include the area directly behind the scorer’s table.


PENALTY AREA: in front of the timer’s table and at the rear of the substitution area where any player who has been carded will sit or kneel while serving her penalty


SCORER’S/TIMER’S TABLE: score, time, substitution area COACHING AREA: where coaches may roam, age levels have different rules


SPECTATOR AREA: four meters from sideline opposite bench areas and never behind goal line


FIELD NEEDS GOALS: 6x6 feet with 1.5-2” pipes and net attached


REGULATION LACROSSE BALLS: must meet the current NOCSAE lacrosse ball standard at time of manufacture. Ball shall be yellow, bright orange, or lime green.


SCORE BOOK, GAME CLOCK, HORN, CONES, WATER, MEDICINE KIT


AED: an automated external defibrillator (AED) is recommended to be available on site. Visit www.uslacrosse.org and click “Programs & Grants” for info on securing an AED.


ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT: may be used during play by coaches on the sideline or within the coaching area. However, non-playing team members, athletic trainers and / or other individuals connected with the team shall not use such electronic equipment to communicate with the 12 on-field players or any other coach not present on the team sideline or within the coaching area. Cameras in goals may now be used with some restrictions. (See officials manual 7:11)


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