The FREE Concussion Clinic will be hosted at Fusz HQ (Rams Park) on April 6th in the auditorium. Dr. Mark Halstead, Larry Kindbom and Dennis Snep have come together to discuss sports concussions. Stop by to learn more about concussions, injuries and safety and to ask any questions you may have.

Lou Fusz Lacrosse Summer Camp at Rams Park

Come train INDOORS in a world-class former NFL facility!
(featuring a full indoor field, an auditorium, basketball court, racquetball courts, weight room, speed and agility rooms and more!)

Beginner / Advanced Levels for Kids 5-14 years old.

DATES: July 16 / 17 / 18 / 19 (MON-THUR)
TIME: 8:30am – 12:00pm
COST: $150 (includes a free Lou Fusz t-shirt)

2 Different Tracks:
Lacrosse Skills Training Camp (for experienced players ages 9-14)
Lacrosse Development Camp (for beginners ages 5-14)

We will have all of our best Lou Fusz Athletic Lacrosse coaches out to teach introductory and learn to play skills and fundamentals to the newest laxers, as well as more advanced skill training and cutting edge techniques for the experienced players to take them to new heights. Each day will have a mid camp break.  Campers are to bring a snack and a water bottle (as well as equipment if they have it).

Lacrosse Development Camp:  
For youngsters looking to learn the fundamentals of the game or looking to improve their individual skills, have fun and meet new friends. Our lacrosse development camp is geared towards young and new lacrosse players of all ability levels. Each day features individual skill development to increase their fundamentals. We keep the kids moving and motivated through competition, games and scrimmages. Top area coaches and players will run the camp. No equipment. Sticks only. If you do not have a stick, the camp will provide one.

Lacrosse Skills Training Camp:
Each day features individual skill development, position coaching, scrimmages and competition led by top area coaches and players. The skills camp has a focus on individualized skill and position development. We provided one on one instruction to build our player’s confidence and passion for the sport of lacrosse. Campers are split by age and experience in this track, so they will work with others of similar ability. All boys and girls players need to supply their own equipment.

QUESTIONS? Email Director Todd Dillon at or call 314-221-7895


Defy Athletix will be putting on a girls and boys shooting immersion camp and goalie immersion camp that will take place on June 13th and June 14th.

Please visit the camps and clinics section for additional details.

Camps and clinics. 

Have you heard about our 2018 Spring SLYLA teams yet? We are in full swing preparing for the upcoming season. We’ve got training sessions and practices being planned. Fields will be getting relined for lacrosse at our facilities. We will have more teams this year than last year which means more tournaments, events, and especially more fun. Our spring uniforms are in production and we’ve got a sneak peak of the design for you. Check out the photos below and don’t forget to sign up if you haven’t already!

Registration is now available! Click here to go to our Spring registration : Spring Teams & Leagues

LFA Winter Lacrosse Skills Clinic

Current University of North Carolina Men’s Lacrosse assistant.  Frady’s previous collegiate coaching experience includes stops at Eastern Connecticut State University, Fairfield University and Quinnipiac University.  Most recently he had worked from 2014-16 for 3D Lacrosse LLC in San Francisco as its director for Northern California.  In that role, he oversaw select camps, clinics, workshops and training and development for the company. Prior to that he was an assistant coach at Quinnipiac from 2006-14.  He served as the team’s defensive coordinator for seven of those seasons and as the offensive coordinator in 2012.  He was the program’s recruiting coordinator and also served as goalie coach. Frady also served as an assistant coach at Eastern Connecticut State in 2004 and at Fairfield in 2005. He is a 2005 alumnus of Eastern Connecticut State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in communication with a focus in public relations.  He minored in physical education.  He was a varsity lacrosse player for three years at ECSU from 2001-03, playing on teams which won the Little East Conference each of those seasons. The Warriors advanced all three years to the NCAA Division III Championship tournament.

Saturday, September 23rd, 2017
12pm start time
For Men 21+

Lou Fusz Soccer Complex (Turf Fields #7-10)
2155 Creve Coeur Mill Rd
Maryland Heights, MO 63146

$500 early bird team discount until September 3rd
$600 from September 3rd – September 19th
Or sign up as a FREE AGENT for $50 and play for the HOUSE TEAM

7v7 Format (1 goalie, 2 A/M/D) (min 7 players, max 12 players)
4 Game Guarantee
Playoffs & Tournament Champions
20 minute games (2 minute half time)
:30 shot clock
68×40 yard fields
All games played on our turf facilities
Teams supply their own pinnie

Award winning BBQ by Sugarfire Smoke House
Beer Specials
Live Music

Questions? Contact Todd Dillon at or by phone at



Lou Fusz Fall MON & WED Night Boys & Girls Lacrosse League 2017 at the beautiful Lou Fusz Soccer Club fields.

BOYS DATES & TIMES: SEPT – 11, 18, 25  OCT – 2, 9, 16
8U Boys & 10U Boys (boys ages 7-10)
MONDAYS – 5:15pm-6:45pm (Field #10)
12U Boys & 14U Boys (boys ages 11-14)
MONDAYS – 6:45pm-8:15pm (Field #10)

GIRLS DATES & TIMES:  SEPT – 13, 20, 27  OCT – 4, 11, 18
8U Girls & 10U Girls (girls ages 7-10)
WEDNESDAYS – 5:15pm-6:45pm (Field #10)
12U Girls & 14U Girls (girls ages 11-14)
WEDNESDAYS – 6:45pm-8:15pm (Field #10)

  • 6 weeks long
  • 1 hour & 1/2 every Wednesday evening
  • For boys & girls ages 7-14 years old
  • FREE League reversible pinnie
  • Fee: $150
  • First 20-30 minutes feature education and instruction, position coaching, drills, and work on fundamentals. Last 50-60 minutes will feature competitive games scrimmages.
  • Players will be split up by age and skill level
  • Girl’s League requires: goggles, mouth guard and legal stick.
  • Boy’s League requires: helmet, shoulder pads, elbow pads, gloves, cup, mouth guard and legal stick
  • All players must have active US Lacrosse Membership




3 week sessions (every Wednesday)
Open to all area boys and girls players ages 5–14
For brand new players with no or limited experience
Players will receive instruction from top area coaches and players
Focus on learning fundamentals, rules, scrimmaging and having fun
Lou Fusz will provide sticks to borrow for sessions
Once player completes session, he or she will be ready for League or Team play

Session 1.) WEDNESDAYS: AUG 23, 30 from 5:15pm – 6:45pm & SEPT 6 from 6:45pm-8:15pm
Session 2.) WEDNESDAYS: OCT 18, 25, & NOV 1 from 5:15pm – 6:45pm

FIELD #10 at
Lou Fusz Soccer Complex
2155 Creve Coeur Mill Rd
St. Louis, MO 63146

FEE: $50 per session

Contact Executive Director, Todd Dillon at or 314-221-7895

What is SPEED Lacrosse? SPEED is a pioneering new way to play the game of lacrosse. The perfect mixture of field and box lacrosse. It’s for both the experienced player looking to have fun and build their skills, or the brand new player looking to try lacrosse for the first time. It’s played 3v3 with sticks and mouth guards only. There is limited/light checking, small goals, and soft foam balls.

When: SAT 6/24 (times will very based on age groups and number of team)
Where: RAMS PARK (1 Rams Way, Earth City, MO 63045
Who: Any boy, girl, man or woman age 8 and up (skill and experience don’t matter)

COST: $50 per player (Includes SPEED Membership Fee). Guaranteed minimum of 3 games.

GENERAL RULES: 3v3 games, 5 players per team, (3) six-minute periods (like hockey), court size is 40 x 20 yards, 3 x 3 ft goals, SPEED Lacrosse is low contact, played with a stick, soft ball, mouth guard only (no pads).  CLICK HERE FOR FULL RULES.

Recreational & Competitive Groups (Boys, Girls, or Co-ed)
Youth: 10U, 12U, and 14U
High School
Masters (adults)

*** Sticks will be available for new players to borrow during the day***



Lou Fusz is one of the first companies to use the Gateway Arch in branding. We wanted to honor that tradition and our city by using the Arch in our new crest. The 5 stripes represent the 5 points of the Fusz Philosophy that are respect, hard work, enjoyment, excellence, and progress. This philosophy has been in the Lou Fusz DNA since the early 60’s. When we actively pursue this philosophy in sport, we believe we become better players, people, and teams. That is why we aim to teach this philosophy whether there is a ball at our feet or a lacrosse stick in our hands. Lou Fusz Athletic is the global name and brand for both our Lacrosse and Soccer clubs. We couldn’t be more excited to reveal this new crest.