U9 - $1800 Full Year, $1100 Summer Only

2032-2025 - $2250 Full Year, $1500 Summer Only

Installment Payment Options are Available.

Dues Include Player Pack, Discounted Position Specific Training (4on1/1on1 Sessions), Discounted and Free Clinic Dues, Team Speed and Agility Sessions (3x/Season at Fury Performance), Access to DB’s Exclusive College Coaches Recruiting Camp, and Elite Coaching.

Multiple Children Discounts:

  1. Multiple Children Discounts
    1. 2+ kids - $100 discount per child

Program Breakdown:

Schedule for Summer '24:

Summer '24: 3 tournaments, Practices starting in early/mid May 3x a week until June and then 2x a week. Off Site training camp (additional cost), and speed and agility 1x a week.

May 31-June 2nd, DB Offsite Training Camp, Berry College,  Mount Berry, GA

June 8-9, NXT Summer Jam, Kennesaw, GA 

June 15-16, Asheville Classic, Asheville, NC

June 22-23, Georgia Shootout, Gainesville, GA

July 6-7 or 13-14, Tournament TBD, Maryland/VA/PA (Select teams only)

Players are expected to attend all practices and tournaments. 

Summer ‘24 Teams (w/ remaining spots): 

U9 (2033 and under) - 3 Spots Open

2032 - 1 Defense, 1 Goalie

2031 - 2 Midfield, 2 Defense, 1 Goalie

2030 - 1 Goalie, 1 Attack, 2 Midfield

2029 - 1 Defense, 1 LSM

2028 Black - 2 midfield, 2 defense, 1 LSM, 2 Attack, 1 Goalie

2028 Red - Full

2027 - Full

2026 - Full

HS Black - 1 Defense, 1 LSM

2025 - 1 Defense/LSM

We want to ensure that when your son puts on a Dirty Birds Lacrosse Uniform, they are not only proud to wear the jersey, but he's getting an experience focused on player development, building a positive lacrosse community, and providing him a local team to play on for years to come. 

Player Assessment and Team Assignment Policy Goals:

Specific goals driving the Club’s Player Assessment and Team Assignment policy are as follows:

  • Create and maintain grade-level programs focused on teaching fundamental skills and providing challenging competition appropriate for the players' age, skill and athletic level.
  • Staff and direct the appropriate number of teams based upon the number and skill level of the participants.  This includes teams ranging in skill from “recreational/developmental” to “highly competitive/highly skilled” as offered by the regional and state lacrosse governing organizations.
  • Foster positive team concepts while building individual player skills.
  • Create a challenging, engaging, learning environment where players of differing levels of skill and physical development can learn and enjoy the game of lacrosse.
  • Provide equal attention and support to all participants.
  • To engage adults and experienced high school players to coach and mentor the Club’s players and teams.