ALRA Clinic FAQs

When are the ALRA clinics?

Clinic dates are posted on the ALRA Box Clinics and ALRA Field Clinics clinic pages.


Do I have to take a clinic every season?  Can I just take the test if I can't make a clinic?

Every ALRA Official is required, without exception, to attend a clinic every season.  The clinics are the central source of official direction, safety bulletins, and internal training for Officials.  This is also a requirement for liability purposes.  All ALRA Officials must also write, and pass, the NOCP written exam that correlates with their level of officiating.


Can I just take the test if I can't make a clinic?

No.  As mentioned above, all Officials must attend a clinic every season.


What level clinic do I register for?

Entry Level - this clinic is for first year Officials

Level 1 - this clinic is for any Official that Officiated for the first time in 2022.

Level 2 - this clinic is typically for Officials that have Officiated for two or more years and are over 16 years of age

Level 3 - for Officials that have Officiated for four or more years and are over 18 years of age

Level 4/5 - this clinic is for experienced Officials who, through their ability on floor, have been invited to attend the Uber Clinic held in cooperation with the RMLL Coaching Clinic 


Will there be a clinic for people attending University/College in the U.S.?

Yes.  There will be an online clinic provided for our out of country athletes interested in Officiating when they return home from school.  Please email the VP Technical to inquire about the Out-of-Country Student Clinic.


How much do referees get paid?

2023 Box Lacrosse Game Fees



U9 (Tyke)


U11 (Novice)


U13 (Peewee)


U15 (Bantam)


U17 (Midget)


Post U17 (Post Midget)


Junior B Tier II / III


Junior Ladies


Junior B / Senior C


Junior A / Senior B


Senior Ladies