Welcome to the Brighton Bombers Lacrosse Club

Welcome to Brighton Lacrosse Club home of the Brighton Bombers, established in 1929 and then followed by amalgamation of Seacombe Women’s Lacrosse Club in 1996.

Our new Clubrooms and Facilities were completed in 2020 and share’s the same footprint as our original Clubrooms built in YYYY by proud club members on land donated by the City of Holdfast Bay Council.  Brighton Lacrosse Club acknowledges that we meet/play on the traditional Country of the Kaurna people of the Adelaide Plains and pays respect to Elders past and present.

We are located in the Brighton Sporting Precinct – Highet Ave, Hove in The City of Holdfast Bay.

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PLAYER REGISTRATION

Today we have 16 junior boys and girl’s teams and 7 senior men and women’s teams.

We pride ourselves on being a family friendly and proud club.

New players and families always welcome.

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FUNCTION CENTRE HIRE

Our Function Centre is available for hire for your next social gathering or corporate event.

Keep your event local. 

Get very competitive prices and have a fantastic time.

Lacrosse – The Fastest Game on Two Feet!

Lacrosse was first played by the Indigenous Tribes of North American as early as 1100AD!  The Haudenosaunee (Iroquois Nationals) invented the sport of Lacrosse, though they say it is a gift from the Creator.

Lacrosse was first played in Australia in June 1876 in Victoria, but the beginnings of Lacrosse in South Australia can be traced back to 1883 when a meeting was held at the Prince Alfred Hotel on 6 April of that year and the Adelaide Lacrosse Club was formed, however it wasn’t until two years later that first practice was held in the South Park Lands.

Lacrosse appeared as a sport in the 1904 and 1908 Summer Olympic Games, and as a demonstration sport in 1928, 1932 and 1948.  World Lacrosse is working hard for a modified version of Lacrosse (6v6) to be included in future Olympic Games, with a vision for potentially Los Angeles in 2028.

The South Australian Lacrosse competition is played from April through to the end of September, with a number of summer indoor competitions occurring along with school clinics and school competitions held by local clubs.

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