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Registration for 2021 USBOXLA Nationals officially open

By USBOXLA Announcement, 02/08/21, 1:30AM PST


The 2021 USBOXLA Nationals will feature clubs from all over the United States and Canada (Photo: Zach Heffner)

Every year since the event’s inception, the US Box Lacrosse Association Nationals has grown bigger and better than the previous year. The 2021 edition of the USBOXLA Nationals will be no different. 

USBOXLA is proud to announce that the 2021 USBOXLA Nationals will be held in San Jose, California from Friday, Aug 6 to Sunday Aug 8 for what will easily be the biggest box lacrosse event in American history.  

With over 130 teams from all over North America ranging from novice to the National College Box Series (NCBS) expected to attend, these fully loaded 3 days in San Jose will shine a spotlight on USBOXLA membership from top to bottom. 

As it does every year, the USBOXLA Nationals will sell out. Although eight rinks will be used to accommodate the increased demand, space is limited. Click or tap here to find out how you can register for this record-breaking box lacrosse event. 

In addition to the country’s biggest youth box lacrosse tournament (for a variety of skill levels), the event will also include Team USBOXLA East vs West All-Star Games, a clinic powered by the USBOXLA Academy and coached by former and current National Lacrosse League players, the NCBS National Championship, and so much more. 

Since many teams are looking for even more box lacrosse training and development, teams have an opportunity to come to the USBOXLA Nationals early for exhibition games and daytime training but these spaces are limited.

In 2019, nearly 1,500 players from 25 states and provinces competed in California, resulting in over 6,000 players, coaches, referees, family, and friends attending the USBOXLA Nationals.

If you’ve never participated in this historic tournament, make sure you’re there this summer. The 2021 edition of Nationals is definitely one you’re not going to want to miss. 

Register here