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2023 PLL Schedule Dates and Locations Released

Happy New Year! The PLL unveiled their 2023 schedule on Sunday afternoon. The PLL will continue to help grow the game by bringing the top players in the game all over the United States in 2023.

The 2023 season will include 10 regular season weekends, 3 post-season, and 1 all-star weekend. Regular season weekends will feature four games, with all eight teams playing once per weekend. The league has not yet released the exact dates and times for the contests as of yet.

Before we get into the schedule here are a few takeaways looking at the schedule:

Keep Playing the Hits

Ticket sales revenue has increased 24% year-over-year in the PLL first four years. 2022 saw the PLL have sellouts at four of their locations; Albany, Fairfield, Baltimore, and Denver. The league will be making return trips to each of these stadiums.

College & Soccer Stadiums

I loved seeing that the PLL is finding the right size stadiums to showcase their game. As much as I love the league playing at Gillette Stadium, a packed Homewood or Barton Stadium add another level of electricity to the games.

This year the league will play at six college stadiums, four soccer stadiums, and three NFL facilities. The average capacity for the regular season games this season will be 6,550.

New Venues

The PLL will visit two new venues in 2023. They make their return to the Midwest and will play in Ohio State’s brand new state-of-the-art facility. The new facility will seat somewhere between 2,000 and 3,000 fans and should make for an elite fan experience. 

The league will also change venues in Seattle. Last year the PLL played in the Tacoma Dome. This year they are moving to Cheney Stadium. Cheney Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Tacoma that houses both the Tacoma Rainiers (MiLB) and the Tacoma Defiance (MLS Next Pro).

All-Star Game

The league did not announce where the 2023 All-Star game will be held. I think this would be a great opportunity for the league to jump into California and also bookend the World Lacrosse Games experience. The games will be held from June 21 to July 1st in San Diego at San Diego State University and the University of San Diego. San Diego State just opened the newly constructed 35,000-seat Snapdragon Stadium.

Here is a closer look at the 2023 schedule.

Week 1 (Albany, NY)

Site: Tom & Mary Casey Stadium

Seating Capacity: 8,500

Dates: June 2- June 4

Week 2 (Charlotte, NC)

Site: American Legion Memorial Stadium

Seating Capacity: 10,500

Dates: June 9 – June 11

Week 3 (Columbus, OH)

Site: OSU Lacrosse Stadium

Seating Capacity: 3,000

Dates: June 16 – June 18

Week 4 (Minneapolis, MN)

Site: TCO Stadium

Seating Capacity: 6,000

Dates: July 7 – July 9

Week 5 (Fairfield, CT)

Site: Rafferty Stadium

Seating Capacity: 3,500

Dates: July 14 – July 16

Week 6 (All Star Game)

Week 7 (Dallas, TX)

Site: The Star

Seating Capacity: 12,000

Dates: July 28 – July 30

Week 8 (Baltimore, MD)

Site: Homewood Field

Seating Capacity: 8,500

Dates: August 4 – August 6

Week 9 (Denver, CO)

Site: Barton Stadium

Seating Capacity: 2,000

Dates: August 11 – August 13

Week 10 (Seattle, WA)

Site: Cheney Stadium

Seating Capacity: 6,500

Dates: August 18 – August 20

Week 11 (Salt Lake City, UT)

Site: Zions Bank Stadium

Seating Capacity: 5,000

Dates: August 25 – August 27


Quarterfinals (Boston, MA)

Site: Gillette Stadium

Seating Capacity: 65,878

Dates: September 1 – September 4

Semifinals (Long Island, NY)

Site: Shuart Stadium

Seating Capacity: 11,929

Dates: September 8 – September 10

Championship (Philadelphia, PA)

Site: Subaru Park

Seating Capacity: 18,500

Dates: TBD

Tickets for the PLL 2023 schedule have not been released as of yet. Those interested can sign up for access to tickets HERE!