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Celtic Camp a hit! Thanks to All!


Lions Camp, June 2015

The Lions would like to thank everyone who came out to camp this summer!

Great kids! Lots of Fun! (More pix to come!)



Field Status - Super Y

Indoor Facility

Updated: July 20, 2015

  • The Indoor Complex is Open.

Outdoor Facility

  • Outdoor Fields are Open.

Super Y Training Schedule:

  • 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM Tues, Wed & Thurs

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The 2014 St. Louis Lions Thank You!


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  • Jake Cawsey Named to PDL All-Conference Team!
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    HUGE CONGRATULATIONS to Jake Cawsey for being named to the PDL All-Conference Team, Central Division!!!Jake has been a key player for the Lions the last few years & a Fan Favorite! Well Deserved!  
  • Tristyn Hasmer & Raquel Rodriguez Invited to Super Y Scouting Series!
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    BIG CONGRATS Tristyn Hasmer & Raquel Rodriguez for invite to USL Super Y Scouting Series!Check out the video here:'s Green & White Proud!Good Luck!
  • Congratulations on a great road trip to Canada!
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    Great road trip through Canada! 2 wins and 1 tie.
  • June & July Summer Camp Registration is Open!
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    Train with future pros, by joining the St. Louis Lions, in what will surely be another fun camp for all ages! Or Train with Coaches from Glasgow, Scotland, who regularly prepare players for the highest levels of competition in Europe! The ST. LOUIS LIONS, THROUGH OUR PARTNERSHIP WITH CELTIC FC AND TONY GLAVIN, OFFER 2 GREAT SUMMER CAMPS TO CHOOSE FROM IN 2015! The St. Louis Lions 2015 Summer Camp is a wonderful opportunity for youth players to train with future professionals! It’s a lot of fun
Official Sports Medicine Partner


Fit for the Field

Brandon D. Larkin, MD


May 7, 2015

There’s No Such Thing as a “Simple” Ankle Sprain
Ankle sprains are some of the most common injuries that affect athletes. A sprain is caused by injury to a ligament, or a band of tissue that connects a bone to a bone. (A strain doesn’t happen to a ligament—it happens to a muscle or a tendon, a piece of tissue that connects a muscle to a bone.) Ligaments in the ankle help to keep the joint stable, so a sprain can be a serious issue, especially in an athlete.

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