The Melbourne University Lacrosse Club (MULC) is the oldest lacrosse club in Australia, having been founded in 1883. It is also the oldest continually existing lacrosse club in the world. The club is affiliated with the University of Melbourne, but is open to players of all ages and skill levels.
Melbourne University won their first men’s A Grade premiership three years after formation in 1886 and won eight more until their last A Grade premiership in 1920.
MULC has both men’s and women’s teams. The main training session for men and women is Thursday nights 630pm – 830pm at Western Oval in Royal Park, Parkville. Women also train on Monday nights 6pm-8pm at the hockey pitch at Melbourne University.
MULC is a welcoming and inclusive club, and is always looking for new players. The lacrosse season runs from April to August and preseason training gets underway from February. If newcomers haven’t played lacrosse before they can come to a training session and try it.
In addition to its competitive teams, MULC also has a number of social events throughout the year. The club is a great place to meet new people, make friends, and have fun.
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