Spencer Lacrosse London

London's premiere lacrosse club for players of all abilities


There is a thriving and rapidy growing junior section at Spencer which caters to boys and girls of all ages and abilities. Pinball Lacrosse training (generally for all u8's and u12 players new to the game) takes place on a Sunday morning between 9.00 - 10.15. Age grouped Field Lacrosse sessions for more experienced players run from 9.30 - 10.30 (girl's U11), 10.45 - 11.45 (girl's U13) and 10.30 - 12:30 (men's rules programme).


To sign up to Spencer Junior Lacrosse, please pop over to our Membership page and complete the relevant membership form. Players new to Lacrosse and/or Spencer Lacrosse Club are very welcome and can try out for FREE. If you would like to take advantage of this offer or discuss membership options in more detail, please contact our Junior Chairman and Head Coach, Peter Compton (petercompton@hotmail.co.uk).

u12/13 Field Lacrosse Skills Clinic - Men's Rules

There will be a juniors clinic running on Thursday 29th & Friday 30th October using Men's rules. Full details of the clinic can be found here and tickets can be bought here

2020 Autumn Programme

Our 'Regular Season' Junior Programme started at the Club on Sunday 6th September and will run through until Sunday 13th December. Details of the Programme can be found here

Coaching Team

The club head coach is Peter Compton. He coordinates the junior programme and has been involved with lacrosse since time began.

Peter is assisted by a number of the senior Spencer players, many of whom have international honours representing their country at European and World level.

New Players Welcome

As always, juniors players new to the club or new to Lacrosse are very welcome. Parents please call or email our junior coordinator, Peter Compton so he can give you all the information you need. Pete’s contact details are on our Contacts page.

Junior Equipment – Club Policy

Lacrosse specific equipment - a stick, helmet, gloves and arm and chest padding is available to borrow. Players will really benefit from owning their own stick as soon as possible and should look to obtain their own set of equipment – as soon as birthdays and Christmases allow.

For most events players will generally need to wear sports clothing. As with the seniors, most games are played on grass with the occasional game on artificial pitches - suitable footwear will be required.

The club provides playing jerseys for games.


Spencer Lacrosse Club adopts England Lacrosse's Safeguarding and Protecting Young People in Lacrosse Policy, Procedures and Guidance to ensure all those in the lacrosse community have a safe and positive experience.

Coaches, players and parents in a position of responsibility for Juniors in our Programme are expected to follow Spencer Lacrosse Club's Principles of Safeguarding Good Practice

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