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The German Lacrosse Association is looking for a head coach and several assistant coaches for the German U19 men’s national team �” all positions are on a voluntary basis. The German U19 men’s national team will participate in the U19 men’s world cup in Turku, Finland, in August 2012. Until then several try-out-camps and practice-camps will take place. The full camp schedule will be announced in the next few weeks. However, the next try-out camp will be held in Hamburg on the 26th and the 27th of August.

Requirements for the coaching positions:

* Several years of coaching experience in men’s or juniors’ (U19) lacrosse
* Availability in August 2012 (exact tournament dates have not been announced, yet)
* Language requirements: German OR English native speaker; English fluent
* International lacrosse coaching experience would be desirable

Evaluation process:

I am the DLaxV Director of Men’s Lacrosse and therefore I am responsible for the appointment of the U19 men’s national team coaches. So, please, send your application to wolfram.greb@dlaxv.de. Your application should include your resume and a cover letter concerning the reasons why you want to become a coach for the German U19 men’s lacrosse national team. I will then evaluate all applications together with the general manager of the team, who I will announce in the next few days. After that I will invite the best applicants to telephone interviews. The coaches of the U19 men’s national team will be nominated based on the result of these interviews.

It would be great if the whole coaching staff would already be complete by the time the next camp takes place. However, as the time frame until the next camp is very short and as the decision is a very crucial and important one, we will definitely not rush any decisions.

Kind regards,

Wolfram Greb
DLaxV Director of Men’s Lacrosse

Who are we? SAINTS!

This is not just our cheer at the huddle, but also our philosophy. Our players and club representatives absolutely identify with the Marburg Saints Lacrosse Club. We play in the 1 division of West Germanys Lacrosse League and exist since 2004. In 2009 we founded our women´s and youth programme and have been astonishingly successful since then. We managed to boost the club from 20 to 100 club members formerly composing a men´s team and now also a women´s team, girl´s and boy´s under 16 teams as well as girl´s and boy´s under 14 teams. Now we are looking to improve our programme to compete for the championships. Therefore we are looking for a coach who is motivated to bring our programme and our game to the next level.

We offer:

  • A highly motivated and dedicated Lacrosse Programme with currently 90 members composing 6 teams (Women´s, Men´s, female Under 17, male U17, female U14 and male U14)
  • Great infrastructure (turf field with Men´s Lacrosse Lining and surrounding nets; field club house; all located within a sport park with 4 other fields, stadium with track)
  • Possibility to improve an entire Lacrosse Programme
  • Organisation of national wide and even international Lacrosse Camps to broaden your Coaching Experience
  • Contract of 1 year with the possibility to continue afterwards
  • Monthly salary of 400 €
  • 1 year contract with the possibility of 1 year option
  • Flight round trip (booked according to our conditions)
  • Expenses for visa application
  • Help finding a job (such as teaching English)
  • Help finding a place to live in one of Germany´s most beautiful cities
  • Encouragement to become a part of a German national team coaching staff

The coach should be:

  • Reliable and flexible
  • Have great dedication to the sport of Lacrosse
  • open minded
  • has the desire to improve and expand our Lacrosse programme
  • Coaching Experience
    • Several years experience
    • Preferably in Youth and Adult Programmes
    • Preferably knowledge of Men´s and Women´s Lacrosse (or at least the willingness to get familiar with Women´s Lacrosse)
    • Knowledge of all positions (Goalie, Defense and Offense)
    • Official Coaching License (desired but not necessarily required); willingness to receive a German Coaching License in the future
  • College Degree
    • Preferably in English/Teaching
    • Ability to speak German or willingness to learn German

Interested to be part of a great Lacrosse Adventure and writing German Lacrosse History? Then don´t hesitate to contact us under info@marburg-saints.com.

We are looking forward to your mail.



Following the invitation to the first national team tryout for the Box-LacrosseWorld Cup 2011 held in Prague, Czech.


The date will be the 11th and 12th september, Saturday and Sunday. Most
of the players were free on this appointed days and the box ring is
booked for this weekend.

Training Times

With the agreement of Jordan and the conditions of the facility there
are those training times arranged.

Saturday (11th):
11:30 - 13:00
15:00 - 17:00
18:00 - 20:00

Sunday (12th):
9:00 - 10:30 Theory / Theorie

11:30 - 13:00
14:30 - 16:30


The Ring is booked fort he whole group and will cost 150€ plus tax.Those
costs would be subdevided through all players. The more we are, the less
it will cost. Due to a minimum amount of players the maximum costs will
be 8-10€ per person.


We try to keep this weekend as cheap as we can. So I will try to deliver
each player to a private accomodation to keep the costs reduced to a
minimum. If those accomodations don”t last I have reserved some places
in a hostel from saturday to sunday. Costs for this will be 22€. Of
course there is no problem if you want to organise a accomodation for


The Deadline for the registration will be the 31th Aug, cause I need to
sign the contract for the ring on the 1st of Sept. Does the camp not
take place due to less players I let you know this as fast as possible.

Anmeldung / Registration

Binding registrating please with an email to me including following

Name / last name

Vorname / first name



Verein / Club

Unterkunft (Ja/Nein) / Accomodation needed (Yes/No)


Last demand: Please spread this information in your club. Not only
because we need some players for the camp to realise ist but also in the
interest to get a big assortment of skilled players.

Wolfgang Grießl


The DSC Düsseldorf Antlers Lacrosse Program is inviting applications for the position of Coach/Player. This position is a minimum 12-month appointment with the possibility of annual renewal. Your main source of income will be working at a local language school gaining experience in education management. This is a great opportunity for recent graduates to gain experience internationally, learn a new language and to build your resume both as a teacher and as a coach.


Coaching/ player experience; University/College degree, required.



· Knowledge of the sport and ability to teach both fundamentals and advanced strategies of the game.

· Strong personality with good communication skills.

· Adaptable to new situations and willing to take on new challenges

· Open minded and highly motivated


· Experience working in a professional setting preferably in a technical or financial industry (internship experience is acceptable)

· Experience leading groups of individuals

· Ability to prioritize and multi-task

· Proficiency in speaking in front of groups and effective presentation skills

· General knowledge of the English language

· Interest in teaching and gaining experience in an international setting

· TESOL/TEFL or equivalent certification


The coach is responsible for all phases of the DSC women’s and/or men’s team. The main responsibility of the coach is to build on the already established program through organized practices. Other responsibilities include supporting the manager in the areas of administration and promotion. Such tasks include promotion and recruitment of new players, ordering new equipment and communicating with our financial department. We will also ask for your involvement in the development of the youth program when possible.


The Lacrosse Program of DSC is a member of the Bundesliga West which one of the four premiere leagues in Germany. The DSC Duesseldorf Antlers are part of Germany’s oldest hockey-club, the DSC, which was founded in 1899. The Program is one of the TOP 5 in Germany and includes men’s, women’s and youth teams.


The city is located in central Europe. It’s just a 3h car ride to the famous Europe cities Amsterdam, Berlin and Paris. Or just Plane ride away from Athens, London, Madrid, Prague and Rome. Duesseldorf is an international city where a lot of cultures are represented. It has a huge English speaking community, which is open minded and welcoming.


Applicants must submit a professional resume, cover letter, and a list of current references to:

Anna Sody
Coaching Relations
+49 160 6895 093


From there we will contact you for an interview and further discuss your qualifications. To secure the position as a teacher, it is necessary to meet and hold an interview with the language company in person.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Hello Laxers,

We held our little tournament in Stuttgart in 2008 for the first time, people had a blast in 2009, and of course, we’ll do it again in 2010. And just like last year we’ll have lots of Lacrosse, Pool, and Party waiting for you. The 2010 Stuttgart Lacrosse Festival is from Friday, 30 July to Sunday, 01. August 2010.

Tournament mode

Boys and girls love it alike. Every Men’s team will be assigned a Ladies’ team during the Friday night party. The combined team scores will represent the final game score. And of course, Men will play Men’s games, Ladies will play Ladies’ games. Check out the website for more information.

Players fee

We charge a players’ fee of 30 Euro per person. This includes breakfast on Saturday and Sunday morning, a nice and cozy sleeping spot in the gym, two parties, and Referees for the games.

If this sounds like a fun weekend to you, please send an email to anmeldung@laxfestival.de and let us know how many players you are and who is your main contact, so we can reserve a spot for your team.

See you in August
Stuttgart Lacrosse

Düsseldorfer Sport-Club 1899 e.V. and Europe’s leading Lacrosse gear provider are delighted to offer the first ever European Goalie-Only Lax Camp for Mens and Ladies. The LAX GOALIE CLINIC features:

  • Five dedicated goalie aches,

  • indoor facilities throughout the camp,

  • a warm lunch at the practice facilities on both camp days

  • in aver

All at a very competitive rate on January 23rd and 24th, 2010 in Duesseldorf, Germany.

With a maximum of 30 participants and five confirmed coaches, this camp offers a great

opportunity to hone yor goal tending skills in small groups coached by some of the most experienced goalie coaches in Europe. This Lax camp will be held indoors, sheltering you from rain and other conditions. You are also invited to explore the fantastic night life of Düsseldorfer, a.k.a. „the longest bar in the world“ throughout the weekend (we trust your ability to cope with a beverage or two).This camp has been supported through the European Lacrosse Federation by providing contact details to some of our coaches.

You can register by e-mail (camp@dsc-99.de), including the names of all participants, club affiliation, experience level (in years) and a contact telephone number. Once your registration is confirmed, further details regarding venue, local transport, etc. and payment will be provided.

There is an Early Bird Rate for anyone confirming their attendance by no later than Dec 15th, 2009 of €55.- per player. The rate thereafter is €65.-. It is essential to register in advance and that camp fees are paid up before one week before the camp. The organisers reserve the right to retain paid for fees in the event of cancellation, no-shows, etc. Places are allocated on a first come first serve basis. In case of any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the organisers by e-mail.

captain Lax logoWe are pleased to offer you for the first time in europe, a special goalie clinic in cooperation with captain-lax.com. The clinic is for all ages and performance classes, and especially for ladies and gentlemen.

Focus of the camp will be the teaching of basic and advanced drills. Depending on the level of performance made with the individual exercises for each participant the best possible training to offer

The clinic is led out of 5 experienced coaches and is limited to 30 participants. This guarantees that each participant will be offered optimal operations for personal development. The camp will take place depending on the weather indoors and outdoors.

Saturday evening is a joint visit to “The longest bar in the world” scheduled, in which the city’s Old Town is certainly a highlight of the weekend.

Venue is the,

Düsseldorfer Sport-Club 1899 e.V.
Diepenstrasse 99
40625 Düsseldorf

You can register at camp@dsc-99.de. Please give next to your name, club and age / gender of your experience level / years. Registration will be confirmed to you after payment.

The cost of the camp amounted to € 65 which are transferred in registration to the following account:

Dominique Nebreklijevic KTO 9230582 BLZ 33050000; IBAN DE82330500000009230582.

When use is please indicate the names. We offer you also a Early Bird Bonus. Anyone who has logged on 15/12/2009 to pay only 55 €. The registration deadline is 05/01/2010. But we want to point out once again to make only 30 places are available.

The registration fee includes lunch at 2x the club’s own restaurant.

Arrival and departure, and the night are to organize themselves. In addition to several hotels there are reasonably priced accommodation in Dusseldorf the following:

Jugendherberge Düsseldorf per Night starting at 24,80€

AOHostel per Night starting at 17,00€

We look forward to a great weekend with you.

Your Organizer

Karlsruhe Storm Sevens Tournament a success

The tournament started at 11 am on Saturday on the practice field of the Karlsruhe Storm with the match Karlsruhe versus the Bretten Wardogs.
Throughout the next 10 hours 22 games were played. Although the games were only 20 minutes long and on a 70 yard field the stamina of each player was fully tested.

The tournament favorites the Stuttgart Kickers won all eight of their matches beating the Dresden Braves in final 7:2 under the flood
lights.  The 160 minutes of high intensity Lacrosse for each team in one day was capped off by the player’s party, which lasted until sun-up on Sunday.

The atmosphere of the tournament is what Lacrosse is all about: playing hard, respecting the game and having fun.  The short field and modified rules worked extremely well. The most positive result of the day is the
bitter rivalry between Karlsruhe and Stuttgart is only on the field. When the game is over, the hatchet is buried and the keg tapped.

The tournament’s tenacity award went to Stuttgart’s Eric Heintze (#21). The
Goal-Getter award went to Dresden’s Andreas Stolper (#89) with 15 goals in
eight games.


1. Stuttgart Kickers 8-0

2. Dresden Braves 5-3

3. Bretten Wardogs 2-5

4. Karlsruhe Storm 3-5

5. Kurpfalz Tigers (Mannheim/Heidelberg) 1-5

Rock-it Pocket had produce THE German Stick.



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Duesseldorf Sport-Club 1899 vs. HTHC Hamburg Warriors

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