List of lacrosse teams in Canada

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The following is a list of lacrosse teams in Canada. It includes the league(s) they play for and championships won.

National Lacrosse League[edit]

Current teams
Team City Established Champion's Cup Titles (1998) Notes
Calgary Roughnecks Calgary, Alberta 2001 2  
Edmonton Rush Edmonton, Alberta 2005 0  
Toronto Rock Toronto, Ontario 1999 6 Founded in 1998 as the Ontario Raiders.
Vancouver Stealth Langley, British Columbia 2013 1 Founded in 2000 as the Albany Attack. 2010 Champion's Cup winner as Washington Stealth.
Former teams
Team City Existed Champion's Cup Titles (1998) Notes
Montreal Express Montreal, Quebec 2002 0  
Ontario Raiders Hamilton, Ontario 1998 0 Became the Toronto Rock in 1999.
Ottawa Rebel Ottawa, Ontario 2001-03 0  
Vancouver Ravens Vancouver, British Columbia 2002-04 0

Major League Lacrosse[edit]

Former teams

Team City Established Steinfeld Cup Titles Notes
Toronto Nationals Toronto, Ontario 2009 1 Moved to Hamilton after the 2010 season.
Hamilton Nationals Hamilton, Ontario 2011 0 Moved to Florida after the 2013 season.

Senior A[edit]

Major Series Lacrosse (OLA)[edit]

Current Teams[edit]

Team City Established League Titles (1887) Mann Cup Titles Notes
Brampton Excelsiors Brampton, Ontario 1912 22 8 Previously the Mimico-Brampton Combines, Brampton-Lakeshore Combines, Brampton Ramblers, Brampton Sealtests and the Bramalea Excelsiors
Brooklin Redmen Whitby, Ontario 1966 10 7
Kitchener-Waterloo Kodiaks Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario 2006 0 0
Oakville Rock Oakville, Ontario 2010 0 0 Previously of OLA Senior B league (2003-09).
Peterborough Lakers Peterborough, Ontario 1968 13 8
Six Nations Chiefs Six Nations, Ontario 1993 4 4

Former Teams[edit]

Team City Established League Titles (1887) Mann Cup Titles Notes
Barrie Lakeshores Barrie, Ontario 2004-10 0 0
St. Regis Indians Akwesasne 1998-2009 0 0 Previously the Akwesasne Thunder.

Western Lacrosse Association (BCLA)[edit]

Team City Established League Titles (1932) Mann Cup Titles Notes
Burnaby Lakers Burnaby, British Columbia 1986 0 0 Previously the Richmond Outlaws
Coquitlam Adanacs Coquitlam, British Columbia 1965 5 1 Previously the Portland Adanacs
Langley Thunder Langley, British Columbia 1994 0 0 Previously the North Shore Indians, Okanagan Thunder and North Shore Thunder
Maple Ridge Burrards Maple Ridge, British Columbia 1937 14 5 Previously the Vancouver Burrard Olympics, Vancouver Burrards, Vancouver Burrard Westerns, Vancouver Combines, Vancouver Pilseners, Vancouver Carlings and Surrey Burrards
Nanaimo Timbermen Nanaimo, British Columbia 2005 0 0 Unrelated to the old Nanaimo Timbermen franchise
New Westminster Salmonbellies New Westminster, British Columbia 1888 28 25 Previously the New Westminster Commandos, New Westminster Salmonacs, New Westminster Royals and New Westminster O’Keefes
Victoria Shamrocks Victoria, British Columbia 1950 17 8 Previously the Victoria Payless

Senior B[edit]

Can-Am Senior B Lacrosse League (Can-Am)[edit]

Team City Established League Titles (1996) Presidents Cup Titles Notes
Allegany Arrows Salamanca, New York 0 0
Buffalo Creek Thunder Buffalo, New York 2007 0 0
Newtown Golden Eagles Newtown, New York   8 1 2000 Presidents Cup winner.
Onondaga Redhawks Onondaga, New York  2001 6 2 2010 & 2014 Presidents Cup winner.
Pinewoods Smoke Irving, New York   0 0
Six Nations Slash Six Nations, Ontario   0 0
Tonawanda Braves Tonawanda, New York 0 0
Tuscarora Tomahawks Tuscarora, New York 0 0

Ontario Senior B Lacrosse League (OLA)[edit]

Current Teams
Team City Established League Titles (1999) Presidents Cup Titles Notes
Brooklin Merchants Brooklin, Ontario 2000 1 0
Ennismore James Gang Ennismore, Ontario 2007 0 0
Oakville Titans Oakville, Ontario 2000 0 0
Owen Sound NorthStars Owen Sound, Ontario 2001 0 0
Sarnia Beavers Sarnia, Ontario 2012 0 0
Six Nations Rivermen Hagersville, Ontario 2013 1 0
St. Catharines Saints St. Catharines, Ontario 2011 3 1 2013 Presidents Cup winner.
Former teams
Team City Existed League Titles (1999) Presidents Cup Titles Notes
Ajax-Pickering Rock Ajax/Pickering, Ontario 2003-10 0 0 Moved To Major Series Lacrosse (Senior A) in 2010.
Barrie Lakeshores Barrie, Ontario 2004-05 1 0 Moved to Major Series Lacrosse (Senior A) in 2005.
Burlington Chiefs Burlington, Ontario 2001 0 0
Huntsville Hawks Huntsville, Ontario 2011 0 0
Norwood Champs Smith-Ennismore-Lakefield, Ontario 2002 0 0 Formerly known as the Smith Ennismore Lakefield Shamrocks and Norwood Nitro.
Ohsweken Warriors Ohsweken, Ontario 2002 0 0 Formerly known as the Six Nations Crash and Mohawk Stars.
Owen Sound Woodsmen Owen Sound, Ontario 2000 7 1
Kitchener-Waterloo Kodiaks Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario 2003-06 1 2 Moved To Major Series Lacrosse (Senior A) in 2006.
St. Clair Storm Sarnia, Ontario 2000-07 0 0
Wellington-Dufferin Titans Wellington County, Ontario 2000 1 1 Formerly known as the Arthur Aces and Wellington Aces.

Quebec Senior Lacrosse League (LCSQ)[edit]

Current teams
Team City Established League Titles (2002) Presidents Cup Titles Notes
Capital Region Axemen Ottawa, Ontario 0 0
Kahnawake Mohawks Kahnawake, Quebec 2008 0 0 Moved from Longueuil in 2008. Previously the Longueuil Patriotes. 2006 QSLL champions.
Kahnawake Tomahawks Kahnawake, Quebec 2014 0 0
Sherbrooke Extrême Sherbrooke, Quebec 2007 0 0 Returned to QSLL in 2014.
Vermont Voyageurs Burlington, Vermont 2009 0 0
Former teams
Team City Existed League Titles (1999) Presidents Cup Titles Notes
Caughnawaga Indians Kahnawake, Quebec 2008 0 0 Previously the Lasalle Brasseurs. 2007 QSLL champions. Moved to TNSLL.
Vaudreuil Dinomytes Vaudreuil, Quebec 2005 2 0 Previously the Valleyfield Warriors. 2005 QSLL champions.

Rocky Mountain Lacrosse League (RMLL)[edit]

Team City Established League Titles (1995) Presidents Cup Titles Notes
Calgary Knights Calgary, Alberta 2002 0 0 Previously the Airdrie Knights.
Calgary Mountaineers Calgary/Cochrane, Alberta 1998 1 1
Edmonton Outlaws Edmonton, Alberta 1998 7 2 Previously the Sherwood Park Outlaws and the Edmonton Fullers.
Okotoks Senior Raiders Okotoks, Alberta 2003 0 0 Previously the Calgary Sr. Raiders and the DVN Oilfield Raiders.
St. Albert Senior Miners St. Albert, Alberta 2009 1 0
Spruce Grove Slash Spruce Grove, Alberta 2006 0 0

Three Nations Senior Lacrosse League (TNSLL)[edit]

Current Teams
Team City Established League Titles (1993) Presidents Cup Titles Notes
Akwesasne Outlawz Akwesasne, Ontario 1 0
Caughnawaga Indians Kahnawake, Quebec 2008 6 0
Snake Island Muskies Massena, New York 0 0
Tyendinaga Wolfpack Tyendinaga, Ontario 1995 0 0
Former teams
Team City Existed League Titles (1993) Presidents Cup Titles Notes
Akwesasne Thunder Akwesasne, Ontario 19th century 4 2 Previously the St. Regis Indians. Moved to Major Series Lacrosse (Senior A) in 1998.
Cornwall Island Redmen
Ganienkeh Gunners Ganienkeh, New York 1998 0 0
Kahnesatake Eagles Kahnesatake, Quebec 1997 0 0
Oneida Silverhawks Oneida, Ontario 1998 0 0
Onondaga Warriors Onondaga, New York 1903 1 0 Previously known as "O.A.C."
St. Regis Braves 2 2 2011 & 2012 Presidents Cup winner
Snye Warriors Snye, Quebec 1993 1 0
Tuscarora Thunderhawks Tuscarora, New York 1993 2 1

West Coast Senior Lacrosse Association (WCSLA)[edit]

Team City Established League Titles Presidents Cup Titles Notes
Ladner Pioneers Ladner, British Columbia 1981 6 2
Langley Warriors Langley, British Columbia 2009 0 0
Nanaimo Timbermen Nanaimo, British Columbia 1987 3 2 Previously Nanaimo Luckies.
North Shore Indians North Vancouver, British Columbia 1968 6 3
Port Moody Thunder North Vancouver, British Columbia 2012 0 0
Royal City Capitals New Westminster, British Columbia 1989 2 0 Previously Langley Knights and New Westminster Knights
Tri-City Bandits Port Coquitlam, British Columbia 1987 12 1 Previously Burnaby Cablevision, Burnaby Lakers, Burnaby Bandits, and Abbotsford Bandits.
Valley Rebels Abbotsford, British Columbia 1984 3 0 Previously Surrey Rebels.
Burnaby Burrards (suspended operation 2011) Burnaby, British Columbia 1968 2 0 Previously named Killarney, Vancouver Blue Angel Disco Sports, Vancouver Vipers (1993–1998), and Vancouver Burrards (1999–2007).
Chilliwack Mustangs (suspended operation 2012) Chilliwack, British Columbia 2009 0 0

Senior C[edit]

West Central Lacrosse League (WCSLL)[edit]

Current Teams
Team City Established League Titles (1999) Provincial Titles Alcan Titles Notes
Burnaby Lakers Burnaby, British Columbia 2013 0 0 0
Coquitlam Cobras Coquitlam, British Columbia 2009 0 0 0
Ladner Pioneers Ladner, British Columbia 2009 0 0 0
Port Coquitlam Hitmen Port Coquitlam, British Columbia 2003 2 0 0
Port Moody Express Port Moody, British Columbia 2003 5 3 1 named PoCoMo Express in 2005
Richmond Roadrunners Richmond, British Columbia 2013 0 0 0
Ridge Attack Maple Ridge, British Columbia 2003 0 0 0 Previously the Abbotsford Attack (2003–2008)
Vancouver Burrards Vancouver, British Columbia 2003 0 0 1 named Vancouver Vipers in 2003-2005
Former Teams
Team City Established League Titles (1999) Provincial Titles Alcan Titles Notes
North Shore Indians North Vancouver, British Columbia 2005 0 0 1
West Van Outlaws West Vancouver, British Columbia 2008 0 0 0

Rocky Mountain Lacrosse League[edit]

Team City Established League Titles (2010) Alcan Titles Notes
Airdrie Mohawks Airdrie, Alberta - 0 0
Blackfalds Silverbacks Blackfalds, Alberta - 0 0
Calgary Irish Calgary, Alberta 2010 0 0
Lethbridge Pioneers Lethbridge, Alberta 2010 0 0
Okotoks Erratic Okotoks, Alberta 2010 0 0
Red Deer IFR Workwear Silverbacks Red Deer, Alberta 2010 1 0
Tomahawks Senior Lacrosse Club Edmonton/Spruce Grove, Alberta 2010 0 0
Vermillion Rage Wainright, Alberta - 0 0

Circuit Québécois de Crosse Senior (FCQ)[edit]

Current teams
Team City Established League Titles (2008) Alcan Titles Notes
East Angus Wolfs East Angus, Quebec 2011 0 0
Longueuil Patriotes Longueuil, Quebec 2008 1 0
Wendake Ahki’wahcha’ Loretteville, Quebec 2014 0 0
Windsor Aigles Windsor, Quebec 2008 1 0 2014 league champion.
Former teams
Team City Existed League Titles (2008) Alcan Titles Notes
East Angus Ravens East Angus, Quebec 2008 0 0 Folded
Magog Memphrés Magog, Quebec 2009 0 0
Shawinigan Éclairs Shawinigan, Quebec 2008 0 0
Sherbrooke Extrême Sherbrooke, Quebec 2009 4 0 Moved back to QSLL Senior B in 2014.
Valleyfield Asterix Valleyfield, Quebec 2009 0 0

Junior A[edit]

Ontario Jr. A Council (OLA)[edit]

Team City Established League Titles (1961) Minto Cup Titles Notes
Akwesasne Jr. Indians Akwesasne 2007 0 0 Did not play in 2012
Brampton Excelsiors Brampton, Ontario 1883 3 1 Previously the Brampton ABC's and Bramalea Excelsiors
Barrie Tornado Barrie, Ontario 2000 0 0 Moved to OLA Jr A at start of 2009 season, won Founders Cup in 2003
Burlington Chiefs Burlington, Ontario 1976 0 0 Previously the Hamilton Bengals and Bay Area Bengals
Kitchener-Waterloo Braves Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario 1976 0 0 Previously the Kitchener Braves; Previously played in OLA Junior B where they won one league title and two Founders Cups
Mississauga Tomahawks Mississauga, Ontario 1973 0 0 Previously the Mississauga Athletics, Mississauga Sullivan Homes, Mississauga Merchants and Mississauga Arrowheads; Previously played in OLA Junior B where they won two league titles and one Founders Cups
Orangeville Northmen Orangeville, Ontario 1975 4 3 Previously the Orangeville Stingers; Previously played in OLA Junior C where they won one league title; Previously played in OLA Junior B where they won two league titles and two Founders Cups
Orillia Rama Kings Orillia, Ontario 1973 0 0 Previously the Orillia Lions, Orillia 501 Kings and Orillia Rogers Kings; Previously played in OLA Junior C; Previously played in OLA Junior B where they won three league titles and two Founders Cups
Ottawa Titans Ottawa, Ontario 2005 0 0
Peterborough Lakers Peterborough, Ontario  ???? 13 12 Previously the Hastings Legionnaires, Peterborough Petes, Peterborough Tee-Pees, Peterborough Gray-Munros, Peterborough Century 21, Peterborough James Gang, Peterborough Maulers, Peterborough Traders and Peterborough Javelins " Peterborough P.C.O.s
St. Catharines Athletics St. Catharines, Ontario  ???? 5 3 Previously the St. Catharines Supertests, St. Catharines Lakesides and St. Catharines Legionaires
Six Nations Arrows Six Nations, Ontario 1974 6 2 Previously the Six Nations Braves Previously played in OLA Junior C and Junior B
Toronto Beaches Toronto, Ontario 1976 0 0 Previously played in OLA Junior B
Whitby Warriors Whitby, Ontario  ???? 7 5 Previously the Whitby Consolidated Builders

BC Junior A Lacrosse League (BCLA)[edit]

Team City Established League Titles Minto Cup Titles Notes
Burnaby Lakers Burnaby, British Columbia  ????  ?? 8 Previously the Burnaby Cablevision
Coquitlam Adanacs Coquitlam, British Columbia  ????  ?? 0
Delta Islanders Delta, British Columbia  ????  ?? 0
New Westminster Salmonbellies New Westminster, British Columbia  ????  ?? 3 Previously the New Westminster Salmonacs
Port Coquitlam Saints Port Coquitlam, British Columbia 1995  ?? 0
Nanaimo Timbermen Nanaimo, British Columbia 2004  ?? 0
Langley Thunder Langley, British Columbia  ????  ?? 0 Previously the Surrey Stickmen
Victoria Shamrocks Victoria, British Columbia  ????  ?? 1 Previously the Victoria MacDonalds, Esquimalt Legion and Victoria Eagles

Rocky Mountain Lacrosse League (ALA)[edit]

Team City Established League Titles (2003) Minto Cup Titles Notes
Calgary Mountaineers Calgary, Alberta 2006 0 0
Calgary Raiders Calgary, Alberta 2003 1 0
Edmonton Eclipse Edmonton, Alberta 2006 0 0
St. Albert Miners St. Albert, Alberta 2003 4 0 Previous known as Edmonton Miners

Junior B[edit]

West Coast Junior Lacrosse League (BCLA)[edit]

Team City Established League Titles Founders Cup Titles Notes
Burnaby Lakers Burnaby, British Columbia    
Coquitlam Adanacs Coquitlam, British Columbia    
Delta Islanders Delta, British Columbia    
Langley Warriors Langley, British Columbia    
New Westminster Salmonbellies New Westminster, British Columbia    
North Shore Indians North Vancouver, British Columbia    
Port Coquitlam Saints Port Coquitlam, British Columbia    
Port Moody Thunder Port Moody, British Columbia 2009  
Richmond Roadrunners Richmond, British Columbia 2009  
Ridge Meadows Burrards Maple Ridge, British Columbia 2006  
Surrey Rebels Surrey, British Columbia 2006  

Ontario Jr. B Council (OLA)[edit]

Team City Established League Titles Founders Cup Titles Notes
Akwesasne Lightning Akwesasne, Ontario 1970 0 0 Previously the St. Regis Braves, St. Regis Mohawks, and St. Regis Indians
Barrie Tornado Barrie, Ontario 2000 1 1 Moved to OLA Jr A at start of 2009 season
Brampton Excelsiors Brampton, Ontario 2012 0 0 Previously played OLA Jr B from 1989 to 1994 when franchise moved to Milton. That franchise is currently the Mississauga Tomahawks. Returned to OLA Jr B at start of 2012 season as a new franchise.
Clarington Green Gaels Clarington, Ontario 1963 2 4 Previously the Oshawa Green Gaels; Previously played in OLA Junior A where they won seven league titles and seven Minto Cups
Cornwall Celtics Cornwall, Ontario 2006 0 0
Elora Mohawks Elora, Ontario 1967 2 5 Previously the Fergus Thistles and Guelph Mohawks; Previously played in OLA Junior A; Has won three Castrol Cups
Gloucester Griffins Gloucester, Ontario 1978 2 0
Guelph Regals Guelph, Ontario 1992 0 0
Halton Hills Bulldogs Halton Hills, Ontario 1995 1 1 Previously the Georgetown Bulldogs
Hamilton Bengals Hamilton, Ontario 2006 0 0
Huntsville Hawks Huntsville, Ontario 1965 1 1 Previously the Huntsville Legionaires and Huntsville Tornadoes; Previously played in OLA Junior C and OLA Junior A; Has won one Castrol Cup
Kahnawake Jr. Mohawks Kahnawake, Quebec 1970 0 0 Previously the Caughnawaga Indians; Moved to I.L.A.
London Blue Devils London, Ontario 2003 0 0
Markham Ironheads Markham, Ontario 2002 0 0
Mimico Mountaineers Toronto, Ontario 1993 0 0 Previously played in OLA Junior A
Mississauga Tomahawks Mississauga, Ontario 1989 0 0 Previously the Brampton Excelsiors, Brampton-Milton Mavericks, Milton Mavericks, and Mississauga Tomahawks
Nepean Knights Nepean, Ontario 1993 0 0
Niagara Thunderhawks Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario 2003 0 0
Oakville Buzz Oakville, Ontario 2001 1 1
Orangeville Northmen Orangeville, Ontario 2001 0 0
Orillia Rama Kings Orillia, Ontario 1980 3 2 Previously played Jr C from 1973 to 1979, Jr A from 1998 to 2008. Return to OLA Jr B at start of 2009
Owen Sound NorthStars Owen Sound, Ontario 1973 3 2 Previously the Owen Sound Rams, Owen Sound Satellites, Owen Sound Forsythes, Owen Sound Signmen and Owen Sound Flying Dutchmen; Previously played in OLA Junior C where they won three league titles
Sarnia Pacers Sarnia, Ontario 1973 4 4 Previously the Point Edward Easy Movers and Point Edward Pacers; Previously played in OLA Junior C
Newmarket Saints Newmarket, Ontario 2008 2 2 Relocated from Scarborough in 2008
Six Nations Rebels Six Nations 40, Ontario 1996 4 4 Known as the Six Nations Red Rebels from 1996 to 2001.
St. Catharines Spartans St. Catharines, Ontario 1979 3 3 Previously known as Spartan Warriors, Niagara Warriors, Niagara-on-the-Lake Warriors and Niagara Spartan Warriors
Wallaceburg Red Devils Wallaceburg, Ontario 1998 1 1
Welland Warlords Welland, Ontario 2001 0 0
Windsor Clippers Windsor, Ontario 2003 0 0 Previously known as the Windsor Warlocks and Windsor AKO Fratmen

Rocky Mountain Lacrosse League (ALA)[edit]

Current Teams[edit]

Team City Established League Titles (1995) Founders Cup Titles Notes
Calgary Chill Calgary, Alberta 2004 0 0
Calgary Mountaineers Calgary, Alberta 2002 9 1 Previously the Calgary Warthogs
Calgary Shamrocks Calgary, Alberta 2002 0 0
Edmonton Warriors Edmonton, Alberta 2002 3 0
Fort Saskatchewan Rebels Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta 2010 0 0
Manitoba Gryphons Winnipeg, Manitoba 2011 0 0
Northern Alberta Crude St. Albert, Alberta 2004 0 0 Previously the St. Albert Rams
Red Deer Rampage Red Deer, Alberta 2006 0 0
Rockyview Silvertips Cochrane, Alberta 2006 0 0
Saskatchewan SWAT Saskatoon, Saskatchewan 2007 0 0
Sherwood Park Titans Sherwood Park, Alberta 2004 0 0

Former Teams[edit]

Team City Existed League Titles (1995) Founders Cup Titles Notes
Medicine Hat Sundevils Medicine Hat, Alberta 2002-?? 0 0
South Saskatchewan Stealth Regina, Saskatchewan 2008 0 0

Quebec Junior Lacrosse League - Ligue de Crosse Junior du Québec (FCQ)[edit]

Current teams
Team City Established League Titles (2003) Founders Cup Titles Notes
Longueuil Patriotes Longueuil, Quebec 2007 1 0
Montreal WILA Nationals Pointe-Claire, Quebec 2005 1 0 Previously the West-Island Shamrocks (2005–07)
Sherbrooke Jr. Extrême Sherbrooke, Quebec 2003 4 0 Previously Sherbrooke Express (2003)
Windsor Aigles Windsor, Quebec 2003 0 0
Former teams
Team City Existed League Titles (2003) Founders Cup Titles Notes
Laval Rebels Laval, Quebec 2007 0 0
Montréal Éperviers Montreal, Quebec 2003 0 0
St-Hubert Bulldogs Saint-Hubert, Quebec 2003-05 0 0 Previously the Longueuil Bulldogs (2003)
Kahnawake Jr. Mohawks Kahnawake, Quebec 2005 1 0 Moved to the ILA
Akwesasne Eagles Akwesasne 2005 0 0 Moved to the ILA
Shawinigan Éclairs Grand-Mère, Quebec 2005-07 0 0
Lasalle Brasseurs LaSalle, Quebec 2006 0 0
St-Laurent Braves St-Laurent, Quebec 2006-07 0 0 Previously the St-Laurent Patriotes (2006)
Valleyfield Astérix Valleyfield, Quebec 2007-08 0 0 Moved to Senior C

Prairie Gold Lacrosse League (SLA)[edit]

Team City Established League Titles (2001) Founders Cup Titles Notes
Assiniboia Attack Assiniboia, Saskatchewan 2001 0 0
Big River Extreme Big River, Saskatchewan 2001 0 0 Previously the Big River Bulldogs
Moose Jaw Mustangs Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan 2002 6 0
Prince Albert Predators Prince Albert, Saskatchewan 2003 0 0
Regina Heat Regina, Saskatchewan 2003 0 0
Regina Riot Regina, Saskatchewan 2003 0 0
Regina Rifles Regina, Saskatchewan 2010 0 0
Saskatoon Brewers Saskatoon, Saskatchewan 2005 0 0
Saskatoon Smash Saskatoon, Saskatchewan 2001 1 0
Saskatoon Steelers Saskatoon, Saskatchewan 2004 0 0
Swift Current Rampage Swift Current, Saskatchewan 2003 0 0
Yorkton Bulldogs Yorkton, Saskatchewan 2003 0 0

East Coast Junior Lacrosse League[edit]

Team Area Established League Titles Founders Cup Titles Notes
Moncton Mavericks New Brunswick 0 0 Representing Team of New Brunswick at the Founders Cup
Halifax Southwest Hurricanes Nova Scotia 2 N/A
Dartmouth Bandits Nova Scotia 1 N/A
Halifax Northwest Rebels Nova Scotia 0 N/A
Sackville Wolves Nova Scotia 0 N/A

Iroquois Lacrosse Association (ILA)[edit]

Team Area Established League Titles (2006) Founders Cup Titles Notes
Akwesasne Eagles Akwesasne 2005 0 0 Previously of the Quebec Junior Lacrosse League
Kahnawake Jr. Mohawks Kahnawake, Quebec 1970 2 0 Previously of the OLA Jr. B Council (1970–2001) Previously of the Quebec Junior Lacrosse League
Onondaga Redhawks Onondaga, New York 1998 1 0 Previously Members of the OLA Jr. B Council (Onondaga Warriors)
Tyendinaga Wolfpack Tyendinaga, Ontario 2006 0 0

Red River Lacrosse Association (RRLA)[edit]

Team Area Established League Titles (Since 2007) Founders Cup Titles Notes
Sagkeeng Ojibway Jr. Sagkeeng First Nation, Manitoba  ???? 1 0
St. Andrews Wizards St. Andrews, Manitoba  ???? 0 0
Winnipeg Falcons Winnipeg, Manitoba  ???? 1 0
Winnipeg Gryphons Winnipeg, Manitoba  ???? 2 0 Represents Manitoba at the Founders Cup
Winnipeg Shamrocks Winnipeg, Manitoba  ???? 0 0
Winnipeg Sidewinders Winnipeg, Manitoba  ???? 0 0

Junior C[edit]

Ontario Junior C Lacrosse League[edit]

Team Area Established League Titles Notes
Caledon Bandits Caledon, Ontario 2008 1 Inaugural champions. Applied for entry into Ontario Junior B league.
Centre Wellington Warlords Centre Wellington, Ontario 2008 0 Inaugural season finalists.
Innisfil Wolfpack Innisfil, Ontario 2008 0
Shelburne Vets Shelburne, Ontario 2008 0
West Durham Patriots Pickering, Ontario 2008 0

Intermediate A[edit]

BC Intermediate Lacrosse League (BCLA)[edit]

Team City Established League Titles Notes
Burnaby Lakers Burnaby, British Columbia  
Coquitlam Adanacs Coquitlam, British Columbia   British Columbia Provincial Champions 2009
Delta Islanders Delta, British Columbia  
Langley Thunder Langley, British Columbia   Previously the Surrey Stickmen
Maple Ridge Burrards Maple Ridge, British Columbia 2012
Nanaimo Timbermen Nanaimo, British Columbia  
New Westminster Salmonbellies New Westminster, British Columbia   British Columbia Provincial Champions 2007,2008,2011
Port Coquitlam Saints Port Coquitlam, British Columbia  
Richmond Roadrunners Richmond, British Columbia 2010
Victoria Shamrocks Victoria, British Columbia   British Columbia Provincial Champions 2010

Intermediate B[edit]

BC Intermediate Lacrosse League (BCLA)[edit]

Team City Established League Titles Notes
Burnaby Lakers Burnaby, British Columbia  
Coquitlam Adanacs Coquitlam, British Columbia   British Columbia Provincial Champions 2005, 2006, 2007, and 2008
Delta Islanders Ladner, British Columbia  
Langley Warriors Langley, British Columbia  
New Westminster Salmonbellies New Westminster, British Columbia   British Columbia Provincial Champions 2003 and 2004
North Delta Hawks North Delta, British Columbia 2008  
North Shore Indians North Vancouver, British Columbia  
Port Coquitlam Saints Port Coquitlam, British Columbia  
Port Moody Thunder Port Moody, British Columbia 2007  
Richmond Roadrunners Richmond, British Columbia  
Ridge Meadows Burrards Maple Ridge, British Columbia 2006  
Surrey Rebels Surrey, British Columbia 2007  

Vancouver Island Intermediate Lacrosse League (BCLA)[edit]

Cowichan Thunder || Cowichan Valley, British Columbia

Team City Established League Titles
Parksville Sharks Parksville, British Columbia  
Nanaimo Timbermen Nanaimo, British Columbia  
Westshore Whalers (JDF) Langford, British Columbia   3 British Columbia Provincial Champions 2009, 2010, and 2011
Peninsula Warriors North Saanich, British Columbia  
Saanich Tigers Saanich, British Columbia  

Championships by province[edit]

The national championship trophies contested for at various levels of professional and amateur lacrosse in Canada:

Level Title Established B.C. AB SK ON QC Iroquois
NLL Champion's Cup 1987 5 1 N/A 1 0 N/A
MLL Steinfeld Cup 2001 7 N/A N/A 1 N/A N/A
Senior A Mann Cup 1901 50 1 0 42 5 8
Senior B Presidents Cup 1964 20 3 0 13 0 5
Junior A Minto Cup 19381 45 0 0 18 0 2
Junior B Founders Cup 1964 39 2 0 2 5 2

1The Minto Cup was awarded as a senior title from 1901–1936

See also[edit]

References[edit]