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The inaugural season of the North American Lacrosse League has concluded with our final game being played in Kentucky on April 7. What started out as a professional lacrosse league of six teams has ended with three strong team ownership groups who are already planning for the 2013 season.
The NALL endured various lawsuits and media attacks which never blocked the League as we accomplished what many believed was impossible- launch our first season in the face of prior internal dissension and frivolous disparagement. Our mission has always been to form a league consisting of high quality owners with significant financial and operational resources. We have now achieved that.
The North American Lacrosse League is comprised of individuals who possess significant experience in professional lacrosse as well as other professional sports and successful business ventures. This mix has made for a recipe of success, and we are extremely excited for the future. We also observe the growing need for legitimate venues for pro lacrosse with a primary focus on the US professional player. Watch us as we become the most promising professional lacrosse league in the United States, founded on the principles of promoting professional lacrosse here and throughout North America. We are the North American Lacrosse League