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FAQ > Playing Lacrosse > How long should kids lacrosse sticks be?

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The lacrosse stick should not be more than forty-six (46”), nor less than forty (40”), and not more than eight (8”), nor less than four and one half (4 1/2”) in width.

In Pee Wee and all lower divisions, the minimum length of the stick can be thirty–four (34”). Sticks should be cut as short as is allowed. The kids will learn to catch and cradle a lot easier.

Last updated on April 8, 2010 by Fort Saskatchewan Rebels Lacrosse