Like cliff diving or ferret ownership, lacrosse is an endeavor best watched from the sidelines. Witness acts of bodily bravery with this GrouponLive deal to see a Denver Outlaws lacrosse game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. Choose between the following options:
- For $35, you get a ticket package (a $90 value), which includes:
- One ticket for field-level seating in the Corral
- Tour of Sports Authority Field at Mile High
- Team poster
- Autograph session with Outlaws players<p>
This option may be used at any of the following games: * Against the Hamilton Nationals on Saturday, May 5, at 7 p.m. * Against the Long Island Lizards on Saturday, May 12, at 7 p.m. * Against the Boston Cannons on Saturday, May 19, at 7 p.m.<p>
Under the direction of new head coach Jim Stagnitta, the Outlaws are poised to sprint, carry, and pass their way toward a seventh consecutive playoff berth, using Sports Authority Field at Mile High as a safe haven for success. Veteran attacker Brendan Mundorf resumes his position as the team’s offensive captain following another all-star summer in 2011, when he finished tied for best in Major League Lacrosse with 30 goals. Defensively, three-time all-star goalie Jesse Schwartzman led the league in goals-against average a season ago, making him the team’s top pick to protect the net and the locker room’s plasma televisions during food fights.
Outlaws fans can scout the hard-hitting action from one of two seating areas, including the Corral section, which hovers close enough to the field to see plays develop. Additionally, tours of Sports Authority Field at Mile High burrow guests deeper into the stadium’s hallowed halls, and a team poster and autographs supe up memorabilia collections with black and orange swag.
The Denver Outlaws joined Major League Lacrosse as an expansion team in 2006, immediately staking out their territory with a Western Conference title and a trip to the league championship. In the years since, they’ve played in the championship game 5 times and took home their first MLL Championship in 2014. From their inception, the Outlaws have marauded the league record books, setting attendance records in their inaugural season and improving from there.