PLL All-Star Game to Be Held at Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles

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Photo Courtesy of Banc of California Stadium                                                                                               

The Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) has announced that their inaugural PLL All-Star game will be held at Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles, CA on July 21st. This announcement comes after the league announced top in Washington, D.C. two weeks ago for week six of the PLL season. 

Los Angeles is the seventh city that the PLL has announced they will visit during their inaugural 2019 season. Los Angeles is the home of PLL headquarters and joins Atlanta, Chicago, New York, Baltimore, and Boston, and Washington, D.C. as host cities for the 2019 season. 

Banc of California Stadium will play host to the PLL All-Star game in Los Angeles. The stadium is practically brand new, opening in April of 2018. Banc of California Stadium is the home arena for the MLS’s Los Angeles FC.

Bringing the PLL to Los Angeles will allow lacrosse fans in a growing southern California lacrosse market to be able to see professional lacrosse being played in their own backyard. The PLL coming just adds another layer of excitement for the lacrosse community in the area. 


Current announced 2019 PLL Schedule 

Boston, Mass. (Gillette Stadium) – June 1st-2nd

New York, N.Y. (Red Bull Arena) – June 8th-9th

Chicago, Ill. (Seatgeek Stadium) – June 15th-16th

Baltimore, Md. (Homewood Field) – June 22nd-23rd

Atlanta, Ga. (Georgia State Stadium) – June 28th-29th

Washington, D.C. (Audi Field) – July 6th-7th

All-Star Game: Los Angeles, CA (Banc of California Stadium) – July 21st

 

 

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