The New York Lizards of Major League Lacrosse (MLL) were founded in 2001 as one of the league’s six original teams. Formerly the Long Island Lizards, the team won the Steinfeld Cup in its inaugural season, 2001, as well as in 2003. In 2013, the Lizards played five of their home games at Hofstra University’s Shuart Stadium and two games at Randall's Island's Icahn Stadium.
The New York Lizards are owned by majority owner Medallion Financial Corp, Vice Chairman, Richard Mack, and other investors.
Games and Tickets
The Lizard’s season runs from late April until mid-August, playing seven games at home and seven away. Special packages to Lizards games are available for birthday parties, Family Fun Packs, fundraisers, and group outings. Individual game tickets start at just $20. For more information about purchasing tickets to a Lizards game, go to NYLizards.com/tickets.
Throughout the year, the New York Lizards host a series of youth camps and clinics, run by Lizard’s players and coaching staff. Summer camps are four days long and held throughout the tri-state area. Clinics take place in the fall and winter, and are generally two to three hours in length. The full summer camp schedule can be found online at NYLizards.com/camps.
The Lizards Elite Travel Team is a summer travel team for boys. Tryouts for the 2015 team will be held in August. For more information about the Lizards Elite, go to LizardsElite.com.