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About

The Colorado Mammoth is a member of the National Lacrosse League (NLL), North America’s professional indoor lacrosse league which features the best lacrosse players in the world. The team has qualified for the NLL playoffs in 16 of its 17 seasons, won the NLL Cup (2006) and hosted two NLL All-Star Games (2004, 2009). The Mammoth traditionally compete in an 18-game regular season from December to April, followed by the NLL Playoffs in May and June. Colorado plays its home games at Ball Arena in Denver, Colorado. The 2020-21 season will be the Colorado Mammoth’s 18th season playing in the Loud House. Mr. E. Stanley Kroenke, through Denver-based Kroenke Sports & Entertainment (KSE), became owner of the Colorado Mammoth on July 9, 2002.Off the turf, one of Mr. Kroenke’s priorities has been the Colorado community. The Mammoth continue to be a strong supporter of youth lacrosse in the state of Colorado through initiatives such as donating funds from Mammoth youth camp registrations to local youth lacrosse clubs working to grow the sport across Colorado.

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About the NLL

Founded in 1986, the National Lacrosse League (NLL) is the longest running and most successful professional lacrosse league, ranking third in average attendance for pro indoor sports behind only the NHL and NBA. The League is currently comprised of 14 franchises across the United States and Canada: Buffalo Bandits, Calgary Roughnecks, Colorado Mammoth, Fort Worth NLL (to begin play in 2021-22), Georgia Swarm, Halifax Thunderbirds, New England Black Wolves, New York Riptide, Philadelphia Wings, Rochester Knighthawks, San Diego Seals, Saskatchewan Rush, Toronto Rock, and Vancouver Warriors.

Welcome to the Loud House

Team History

Season By Season Record

SeasonGPWLPct.FinishedPlayoffs
20031697.563First, EastLost league, smifinal
200416133.813First, WestLost division final
20051688.599Third, WestLost division, semifinal
200616106.625Second, WestWon league chamionship
200716124.750First, WestLost division semifinal
20081697.563Second, WestLost division semifinal
20091679.437Fourth, WestLost division semifinal
201016412.250Fifth, WestDid not qualify
201116511.313Fourth, WestLost division semifinal
201216115.688Second, WestLost division semifinal
20131679.437Fourth, WestLost division semifinal
201418810.444Third, WestLost division semifinal
20151899.500Second, WestLost division semifinal
201618126.667Second, WestLost division demifinal
20171899.550Third, WestLost division final
201818117.661Second, WestLost division semifinal
201918612.333Fourth, WestLost division final
Totals284150134.528

Attendance

SeasonTotalAverageNLL RankSingle-Game High
2003131,90716,488Second18,207 (twice)
2004140,94217,618First18,290
2005136,28617,036Second18,326
2006132,34716,543First18,027
2007134,35916,795First18,027
2008139,71917,464First18,301
2009131,79116,474Second17,712
2010120,28815,036Second15,727
2011126,92715,866Second17,841
2012121,91315,239Second17,116
2013126,08415,761First17,622
2014141,35615,706First17,109
2015133,09114,788First16,239
2016124,48913,832Second15,622
2017130,12814,458Third17,209
2018126,69314,077Third16,062
2019115,34212,815Third15,951
Totals2,213,66215,58917,258