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The Boston Box Lacrosse League will begin fall-winter league play on October 6 at the South Shore Sports Center in Hingham, MA.

There will be a combine and draft for new players interested in joining the league, held on Monday, October 5 at 8:30 pm. Players who are interested in joining the BBLL are invited to play and then be drafted to a new team.

League play starts Tuesday Oct 6th with games at 9pm and 10pm continuing on Tuesday’s concluding Feb 2nd , total of 14 games with 3 bye weeks and 3 vacations weeks around Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year. The fee is $260 prepaid or $280 opening night for all players.

Players can register online at For more information about the league or new player combine please contact us at

The Boston Box Lacrosse League is New England’s home for real box lacrosse. The league plays under National Lacrosse League rules, with slight modifications, and is a member of US Indoor Lacrosse.

The league posts announcements on Twitter and can be followed @BostonBoxLax.

South Shore Sports Center is located at 55 Recreation Park Drive in Hingham; fans and friends can watch games from the arena seating or at the Skybox Lounge, where food and drinks are served. Information is available at

Cost: $260 Prepaid $280 Opening Night

The Boston Box Lacrosse League plays real box lacrosse using National Lacrosse League rules and under the auspices of U.S. Indoor Lacrosse.

The Boston Box Lacrosse League, its owners and assignees are not responsible for injuries that occur during the course of play. Participants are responsible for their own health insurance and playing in the league is a tacit acknowledgement that they understand the risks and will provide for their own health care, backstopped by U.S. Indoor Lacrosse coverage, provided they sign a USBL form/waiver. While BBLL will take measures to reduce the risk of injury, participation in the league by a player constitutes an acknowledgement that box lacrosse is a violent contact sport and that injuries sometimes happen, and that they voluntarily put themselves in harm’s way, understanding the risks they were taking.