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Birmingham Youth Lacrosse League




Birmingham, AL 35238
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  • Description - Birmingham Youth Lacrosse League

    The Greater Birmingham Youth Lacrosse Association (GBYLA) originated as the Birmingham Youth Lacrosse League and was formed in the year 1999 as a tax-exempt Alabama non-profit corporation with the mission of building the sport of lacrosse in the Greater Birmingham Metropolitan Area and the State of Alabama. Since its inception, the GBYLA has grown from two boy's teams in the first year to a recent enrollment of 1324 boys and girls playing on 60 teams in the 2011 Spring Season.

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