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The Lake County Stallions is dedicated to teaching the sports of Cheerleading, Football, and Lacrosse to youths K-8, in the Village of Mundelein, Fremont Township area, Wauconda, Vernon Hills, Grayslake, Hawthorn Woods, and surrounding towns, regardless of experience.  

Our program concentrates on teaching kids preparation, focus, discipline, technique, respect, self-confidence and building friendships.  With a staff of experienced, volunteer coaches, our athletes will display the highest degree of sportsmanship, competitive spirit, and even have fun during the season and practices. 

Check out our open Registrations!!!

2024 Fall Cheer

Registration is now open for all interested in joining our Cheer program. 

Visit our Cheer page for more information. 

Registration closes April 1st! 

*Note: 4th, 6th, 7th and 8th grade teams are now full. If you would like to get on a waitlist, please contact our Cheer Director at

2024 Tackle Football!

Registration Now Open!!!

Follow the link below for more information and to register today! 

The Registration "Home" is not currently available.

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Lacrosse Winter Clinic

Lacrosse Indoor Winter Clinic

Girls and boys, K-8th grade

Sundays starting January 21st through March 31st
2:00-3:00 pm for grades K-2
3:00-4:00 pm for grades 3-5
4:00-5:00 pm for grades 6-8

Dunbar Gym - Mundelein Park District Main building
888 Dunbar Rd.
Mundelein, IL


Hope to see you there!!

Spring Lacrosse

Boys and Girls Lacrosse Registrations are NOW OPEN!!! 

Follow the links below to register today! 

Special thanks to Aldridge Electric for sponsoring Lake County Stallions.


The Lake County Stallions (LCS) is committed to providing players a fun, positive, and secure environment in which to learn and enjoy the game. We do not tolerate bullying at any practice, game or other LCS sanctioned event. We will promote a TELLING atmosphere. This means that anyone who knows that bullying is taking place is expected to report the incident. Players and parents should be assured that they will be supported when bullying is reported.