LOS ANGELES – (June 23, 2023) – The Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) powered by Ticketmaster today announced a partnership with King Louie’s Sports Complex ahead of the league’s All Star Game in Louisville on July 22. Together, the PLL and King Louie’s Sports Complex will work to further establish Louisville as a premier destination for lacrosse enthusiasts, athletes, and fans.
Leading up to the PLL’s All Star weekend, King Louie’s Sports Complex will host youth clinics with PLL pros to support the growth of the game in Louisville. The King Louie’s Sports Complex is a 7 acre mixed use facility featuring a full-sized outdoor turf field and regulation sized outdoor box field. The complex also has 46,000 square feet of indoor space that is a combination of a full size indoor box field and multiple smaller turf fields.
“We are thrilled to continue our work with King Louie’s Sports Complex during our 2023 All Star weekend in Louisville,” said Andrew Sinnenberg, COO at the PLL. “Mike Havill and his team have been great partners and stewards of the game in the area. We look forward to hosting their teams and area lacrosse players for PLL Academy clinics, and continue to grow the game together.”
“The partnership between our facility and the PLL represents an amazing opportunity to showcase the best of lacrosse to the next generation of players here in Louisville,” said Michael Havill, the co-founder of King Louie’s Sports Complex. “Our facility already has a number of young athletes and lacrosse teams who are inspired by the players in the PLL. We’re thrilled to have the opportunity to see the world’s best lacrosse players in action here in Louisville.”
King Louie’s Sports Complex will host two PLL Academy events this summer led by PLL players. Ryan Drenner, Reece Eddy and Mark McNeill will host a four day summer camp from July 10 to 13. King Louie’s Sports Complex will also host the PLL Academy All-Star Pro Clinic ahead of the PLL All Star game on Saturday, July 22 at 1:00pm ET.
The 2023 PLL All-Star Game will showcase some of the best players from the league that have been voted on by fans throughout the first half of the league’s 2023 season. The teams will compete in a number of skills challenges, culminating in the 2023 PLL All-Star Game. To view the PLL schedule and purchase tickets, visit www.premierlacrosseleague.com/schedule.
About the Premier Lacrosse League:
The Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) powered by Ticketmaster is a men’s professional lacrosse league in North America, composed of 8 teams rostered by the best players in the world. Co-founded by lacrosse superstar, philanthropist, and investor Paul Rabil and his brother, serial entrepreneur and investor, Mike Rabil, the Premier Lacrosse League is backed by an investment group composed of Joe Tsai Sports, Brett Jefferson Holdings, The Raine Group, Creative Artists Agency (CAA), Chernin Group, Blum Capital, The Kraft Group, Arctos Sports Partners, and other top investors in sports and media. The PLL is distributed through an exclusive media rights agreement with ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN+. The PLL was recognized by Front Office Sports’ 2021 Best Employers in Sports. For more information, visit www.premierlacrosseleague.com and follow on social media: Instagram (@PLL), Twitter (@PremierLacrosse), Facebook (@PremierLacrosseLeague), YouTube (YouTube.com/PLL) and TikTok (@pll).
About King Louie’s Sports Complex:
The King Louie’s Sports Complex (KLSC) spans across 7 acres of mixed use facility that features both a full-sized outdoor turf field and a regulation sized outdoor box field. There is also 46,000 sq ft of indoor space that is a part of the complex and includes a full size indoor box field and multiple smaller turf fields. It opened its doors in 2015 and has continued to innovate its facility making it a state of the art location capable of hosting multiple sporting events including lacrosse, field hockey, soccer and flag football. On the property, there are also 3 outdoor and 3 indoor sand volleyball courts as well as 2 of the areas nicest and newest outdoor sports fields. It is a home for athletics in Louisville and continues to serve as a home to athletics for a number of local athletes, teams and players.