Cobham Kit


Your daughter has joined the club, she wants to play matches, so she'll need a shirt and shirt number - here's how to order! Numbered playing shirts are required for matches, although we can lend a bib if your daughter forgets her shirt. We have a new kit supplier, Serious Sport, with the KIT Shop portal available here

New players will need to obtain a shirt number before ordering a shirt.

You will need to contact our Membership Secretary ( see the button above, top left) who allocates and logs player shirt numbers. Once you have your shirt number, please also ensure you note it on your Teamo Registration form. This number stays with your daughter while she is a member of the Club. Once you have your shirt number, you can then submit your uniform order to Serious Sport via our Kit Shop portal. Players' numbers go on the front of the shirt, with surname and number printed on the back of the shirts; you can add this information when you place your order.

Existing Members ordering from Serious Sport for the first time

Please have your daughter's shirt number to hand when you order the new playing shirt. If she can't remember or didn't have a playing number, please get in touch with the Membership Secretary ( see above) to get one logged. Please enter it on your Teamo Registration form. Then please access the Serious Sport portal here to purchase the new shirt.


We request that girls either wear Cobham kit or neutral sports kit (not school kit) for training sessions. Your daughter can wear our new training shirt or the Cobham playing shirt. This avoids visual school divisions and helps the girls integrate into the club. If your daughter comes directly to training from a school match, she should bring her Cobham shirt OR a neutral ( not school) top to change into. Suitable waterproof jackets and warm clothing are required in the winter. Boots or trainers are required, dependent on the weather. The Serious Sport site offers a range of Cobham kit in addition to the training and match shirts, including skorts, shorts, leggings, outerwear and beanies. Please browse the Serious Sport portal to see the range.


New members may borrow lacrosse sticks from the club initially. Gum shields are compulsory for all age groups. Eye protection -goggles - are highly recommended but not compulsory, in accordance with England Lacrosse guidance. Studded boots are recommended in winter. Jewellery should not be worn at training or matches.

Adrenalin Sport in Cobham hold stocks of sticks, gum shields (standard and for braces), eye goggles, stick bags, lacrosse balls and studs.

Custom-made gum shields can be sourced from, for example, Top-Guards or Opro    

A wide range of equipment can be ordered online from Hattersleys or UK Lacrosse.

If you are unsure what to order, please speak to our coaches during training and they can help you look at what others in your age group are using.

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