Durham University Men's Lacrosse Club has existed for a number of years. The most recent incarnation of the club began in the early 2000s, with the club competing in the new defunct Anglo-Scottish League This was followed by competing in the initial BUSA precursor league & Regional Tournaments, and then being an ever present in the BUCS leagues. Men’s Lacrosse is one of the most successful clubs in Durham, and one of the best lacrosse clubs in the country. In the last 11 years, Durham Men’s Lacrosse has won 10 BUCS National League and National Cup Championships.
The success of our 1s team is built on the development and learning that happens in the 2s and 3s teams. Many of our players are brand new to the sport; however, under the tutelage and guidance of the best in the country, they have been able to rise through the ranks and play lacrosse at the highest levels. We pride ourselves in our ability to cultivate international level athletes. We welcome all experience levels and encourage anyone interested to come out and give it a go!
The club successfully run a mixed tournament every year, playing without pitch boundaries. The club has also assisted in facilitating a large intra-mural mixed lacrosse league between the colleges of the university, providing further opportunities for new players to take up the game.
Live coverage from courtesy of BUCS of Nottingham Trent versus Durham in the Men’s Lacrosse Championship Final at BUCS Big Wednesday, powered by New Balance.
Durham Men's Lacrosse has a history of producing athletes who have been involved in lacrosse at the international level.