Why Age Verification

US Lacrosse is working with youth leagues and events throughout the country to ensure that players are grouped appropriately to keep players safe and to help make competition fair.

Secure and Easy To Use

The new US Lacrosse age verification system is secure and easy to use. Age verification uses SSL technology, the standard for transmitting sensitive information online.

Steps to Verify the Age of Your Child

  1. Scan or take a photo of your son or daughter's birth certificate or state-issued ID.
  2. Click the button below and log into your USLacrosse.org account, not your child's.
  3. Upload your scan or photo to our online system.
  4. We'll review your documentation, record the birthdate in our system and then permanently delete your uploaded document.
  5. You'll receive a confirmation email, and you’re done. This is a one-time process that is good for the lifetime of your child’s membership.

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Supporting Player Segmentation

The US Lacrosse age verification system supports the organization's player segmentation policy, passed by its Board of Directors in January 2016. Player segmentation helps to ensure player safety, competitive fairness and a consistent experience for youth lacrosse.

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SEGMENTS FOR 2017-18

FAQ's

We accept most common file types, including cell phone or digital camera pictures, scans from a scanner, PDF documents, and the like. Please keep the file size under 5MB. We'll let you know if we have any questions about the file.
No. Once we have securely validated each player's age, we securely and permanently delete all files.
We will verify the age of your player within two business days, often faster. Watch your email for a confirmation message. Be sure to add [email protected] to your contact list.
Your player's age-verified US Lacrosse membership will be available in our system for leagues and events around the country that require age verification.
Please contact us via email at [email protected], or you can give us a call at (410) 235-6882, ext. #102.