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Welcome Folsom Lacrosse Families,

            Thank you for volunteering!! When you access the volunteer schedule you will find a list of all the volunteer jobs needed by your team.  The “Open” column shows either “Full” or how many volunteers are still needed for that job.  Click anywhere on the line of an Open job to sign-up for that job.

 Please sign-up for a job or multiple jobs which total a minimum of 10 “credits” per player for that player’s team.  Credits are listed for each job.  Generally, a credit equates to an hour of time commitment, but credits can also vary dependent on level of effort (e.g. away game sideline manager is less credits than home game sideline manager as more tasks are required of the home game sideline manager).  Some jobs are a commitment for an entire season while others are specific to a particular game or event.  Job descriptions are attached and available in the Documents tab of the FLA website.  Your team’s volunteer sign-up schedule may not have all of the jobs listed in the Volunteer Job Description document, as your Team Manager has tailored your schedule based upon minimum needs and number of volunteers available, to help minimize the amount of volunteer hours required from each family.

 If you have any questions, please reach out to your Team Manager or contact Lovi Yu at Have a great season!


Team Volunteer Link
Boys 14U Red
Boys 14U Black
Boys 12U Red
Boys 12U Black
Girls 14U Red (Veteran)
Girls 14U Black (Rookie)
Coed 8U
Girls 10U
Boys 10U




1) Arrive 15 minutes before the start of practice with a pen.

2) Get the check-in sheet, thermometer, and hand sanitizer from your coach.

    Have all players form a line for check-in.

    Check each player's temperature and record on the check-in sheet.

    Anyone with a temperature over 99.0 must be sent home.

    Ensure all players use hand sanitizer and are wearing a mask/gator.

3) Stay for checkin until 15 after the start of practice (i.e. if practice starts at 6pm, you should

    be there from 5:45 - 6:15).

4) Return check-in supplies to your coach.



Team Manager

1)     Team game/volunteer reminders and info emails 

2)     Solicitation/Assignment of Volunteers for games/events

3)     Confirmation of Referees/Coaches for home games

4)     Coordination of Game Box/Table/Chairs for home games

 Water Jug Manager

Bring an FLA provided water jug (filled with ice and water) to each game (home and away), for use by the players/coaches/refs to refill their water bottles as needed. 

 Pop-Up Tent Manager (away games only)  

Bring your personal pop-up tent to each rainy or greater than 80 degree away game for use by the players and coaches to stand under as needed.


Photograph the players during games, post the pictures for parents to download, and provide pictures to FLA for posting to the FLA website.  Personal camera required.


Video the games, providing the video to the coach for analysis and coaching purposes. Can also be uploaded for players/parents to download/view.  Personal video camera required.

Statistician (only if requested by coach) 

       Track statistics during each game, summarize and provide to the coach for analysis and coaching purposes.




Sideline Manager (mandatory for all home and away games) 

A position you can do while cheering on your a beautiful orange vest!  Sideline Manager is responsible for ensuring the spectators and fans support the athletes, coaches and officials in a positive manner and refrain from unsportsmanlike behavior. If necessary, you would notify an unruly fan or spectator that unsportsmanlike behavior may lead to ejection and/or a game cancelation by the officials.  In the rare instance that further contact with an unruly fan or spectator is needed, this can be handled by a game official.  There should be a Sideline Manager from the opposing team as well.  Both Sideline Managers meet with the referees before the game starts. When Folsom is the home team you are also responsible for placing balls on the end and side lines right before the game, replacing them at half time, and collecting them at the end of the game.  Final additional task for home games is to ensure children are not playing in unsafe areas where they may get hit by a stray shot. Review the NCJLA link for more details:

Score Keeper (home games only)

Sit at the game table, keep track of scoring, penalties, etc.  Training available.

Game Clock (home games only)

Sit at the game table, keep track of the time left in each quarter as well as any penalties being served.  Training available.

Away Game Table Support (Girls only)

2 people from each team are required to be at the table for each girl’s game, including away games.  Home game score/clock positions are posted separately.

 Tent/Table/Chair Set-Up / Tear Down (home games - first and last games of the day only)

Two large pop-up tents, the game table, and 3 chairs need to be brought from our storage shed down below of the parking lot at Livermore (by the baseball field) up to the field and setup before the first game of the day and then must be torn down and returned to the shed at the end of the day.  There is a wagon that is used for transporting the equipment.  Typically takes less than 30 minutes to complete this task.  A FLA Board Member will meet you at the shed to unlock it.


Temperature Takers (home games only, two volunteers per game) New in 2021

Arrive 45 minutes before the game and take the temperature of all players (home and away) and all spectators. 

In addition to writing down each person’s name, you must also add team name for players, and ask every person these yes/no questions:

  • Have you had a cough, sore throat, shortness of breath or fever in the last 14 days?

  • Have you been in contact with anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 14 days?


You will use the temperature check sheets provided by the team manager, who should put them in the team box. There should be two forms given to you. One is for players. This form should already be filled out with player names and numbers. The second form is blank and is for spectators. 


In the temperature column, you can simply put a checkmark down if their temperature is 100.3F or less. If it’s higher than that, you need to note down the actual temperature. 


Anyone with a temperature over 100.3 must be asked to leave. Anyone who answers yes to any of the yes/no questions, must be asked to leave.


When the game is done, take a picture and email them to Please ensure this is done in order to keep a record. If you are unable to do this, please put them back in the team box. Any unused forms should be returned to the team box.


Please note, you must be available to take temperatures throughout the game, though you can certainly watch the game from where you’re standing. As an alternative to signing up to volunteer for your child’s game, you could volunteer for the game right before your child’s game. Meaning, you would volunteer for another team and someone from another team may volunteer for your team’s game. If your team’s game is the last one for the day on that field, you may or may not get a volunteer from another team, but they are certainly allowed to volunteer for that game, if they wish to get their hours in that way.