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The New York Atlas will call UAlbany home for the 2024 PLL season.

2024 PLL Schedule Revealed; Stops in Fairfield, Minneapolis, Louisville Included

January 1, 2024
USA Lacrosse Magazine Staff
Nick Ieradi/PLL

The Premier Lacrosse League released its 2024 regular season schedule on New Year’s Day, a historic schedule given the league’s new home cities that will each host a homecoming weekend over the summer.

The league’s sixth season will be its first with teams tied to home markets. The season will still be 14 weeks, with eight of the league’s 10 regular season game weekends to be held in teams’ home markets. Minneapolis and Fairfield, Conn., will host two out-of-market weekends with all eight PLL teams, and All-Star Weekend will return to Louisville for the second straight season.

Beginning this summer, the PLL will adopt a two-conference structure. The New York Atlas, Boston Cannons, Philadelphia Waterdogs and Maryland Whipsnakes will make up the Eastern Conference. The Utah Archers, Carolina Chaos, Denver Outlaws and California Redwoods will make up the Western Conference. As such, the PLL All-Star Game will feature a conference-based matchup for the first time.

A new conference playoff structure will be announced soon.


May 31-June 2 — New York Atlas Homecoming Weekend
Albany, N.Y. — Casey Stadium at UAlbany

June 7-9 — Carolina Chaos Homecoming Weekend
Charlotte, N.C. — American Legion Memorial Stadium

June 14-16 — Philadelphia Waterdogs Homecoming Weekend
Philadelphia, Pa. — Villanova Stadium

June 28-30
Minneapolis, Minn. — TCO Stadium

July 5-7 — Boston Cannons Homecoming Weekend
Boston, Mass. — Harvard Stadium

July 12-14 — All-Star Weekend
Louisville, Ky. — Dr. Mark & Cindy Lynn Stadium at the University of Louisville

July 19-21
Fairfield, Conn. — Rafferty Stadium

July 26-28 — California Redwoods Homecoming Weekend
San Diego, Calif. — Torero Stadium

August 2-4 — Maryland Whipsnakes Homecoming Weekend
Baltimore, Md. — Homewood Field

August 9-11 — Denver Outlaws Homecoming Weekend
Denver, Colo. — Peter Barton Stadium

August 16-18 — Utah Archers Homecoming Weekend
Salt Lake City, Utah — Zions Bank Stadium