2023 PLL Schedule Brings League to All Corners of the Country

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LOS ANGELES — The Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) powered by Ticketmaster has announced locations for the 2023 season.

“The 2023 season will bring pro lacrosse to every corner of the country, from Boston to Charlotte to the Pacific Northwest,” said Co-Founder and President Paul Rabil. “We’re fired up for our first trip to the brand new state-of-the-art lacrosse facilities at the Ohio State University.”

“Several returning markets – Albany, Fairfield, Baltimore, and Denver – were sellout markets in 2022,” said Co-Founder and CEO Michael Rabil. “We’ve seen the appetite for pro lacrosse continue to grow with ticket sales revenue up 24 percent year-over-year.”

Gillette Stadium (Boston) will host all three quarterfinal matchups. James M. Shuart Stadium (Long Island) will host the semifinals. And for the third time in league history, Subaru Park (Philadelphia) will host the PLL Championship.

The 2023 season will follow the same format as last year, including 10 regular season weekends, 3 postseason, and 1 all-star weekend. Regular season weekends will feature four games, with all eight teams playing once per weekend. The league has released date ranges for competition each weekend, and will release final dates and matchups at a later time.

The league has not released 2023 tickets for sale, which will come at a later date. Interested buyers can sign up for first access to tickets here.







2023 PLL SCHEDULE

June 9-11: Charlotte, N.C. — American Legion Memorial Stadium
June 16-18: Columbus, Ohio — Ohio State Lacrosse Stadium
July 7-9: Minneapolis, Minn. — TCO Stadium
July 14-16: Fairfield, Conn — Rafferty Stadium
TBA: All-Star Weekend — TBA
July 28-30: Dallas, Texas — Ford Center at The Star
Aug. 4-6: Baltimore, Md. — Homewood Field
Aug. 11-13: Denver, Colo. — Peter Barton Lacrosse Stadium
Aug. 18-20: Tacoma, Wash. — Cheney Stadium
Aug. 25-27: Salt Lake City, Utah — Zions Bank Stadium
Sept. 1-4: Boston, Mass. — Gillette Stadium
Sept. 8-10: Long Island, N.Y. — James M. Shuart Stadium
Sept. 22-24: Philadelphia, Pa. — Subaru Park

The PLL’s 2023 All-Star market and venue will be announced at a later date.

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