Paul Rabil Net Worth

Net Worth $ 7,000,000
Real name Paul Rabil
Source of Wealth Sports
Profession Lacrosse Player
Date of Birth Dec 14, 1985
Zodiac Sagittarius
Age 37
Height 191 cm / 6 ft 3 inch
Siblings Mike Rabil


Paul Rabil is a former professional lacrosse player and co-founder of the Premier Lacrosse League. As one of the world's most successful lacrosse players, he won the sport's most valuable player award in 2009 and won the Steinfeld Cup twice.

Paul Rabil's net worth is estimated at $7 million.

Paul Rabil's Biography

Paul Rabil was born in Gaithersburg, Maryland, United States, on December 14, 1985.

Sports have interested Rabil since a young age, so he has participated in a wide range of sports, such as lacrosse, football, and swimming. His mom and dad also grew up playing various sports, so sports were a huge part of his life.

At the age of twelve, Rabil received his first lacrosse stick from his neighbor. As a beginning player, he wasn't the best and wanted to give up. However, his mom motivated him to persevere.

Additionally, Rabil was diagnosed with ADHD and Auditory Processing Disorder, which made lacrosse even more challenging.[1]

He attended Watkins Mill High School in Montgomery Village, Maryland, before graduating from DeMatha Catholic High School in Hyattsville, Maryland. His next stop was Johns Hopkins University, where he played lacrosse.

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Major League Lacrosse - most important career achievements

  • 2008: Paul Rabil was selected 1st overall by Boston Cannons in MLL Collegiate Draft.
  • 2008: Rabil competes in MLL All-Star Game.
  • 2009: Rabil named MLL MVP and MLL Offensive Player of the Year.
  • 2010: Rabil named First-Team All-Pro and competes in the third consecutive All-Star team.
  • 2011: Rabil named MLL MVP and MLL Offensive Player of the Year for the second time; wins MLL Bud Light Skills Competition; named best lacrosse player in the world.
  • 2012: Rabil was declared MLL Offensive Player of the Year for the third time and set a single-season points record (72).
  • 2014: Rabil was named to the seventh consecutive All-Star team and MLL First-Team All-Pro for the sixth straight year.
  • 2015: Rabil traded to New York Lizards; starts 12 out of 14 regular-season games and has 24 goals, 15 assists, and three 2-point goals.
  • 2015: Rabil has two goals and two assists in a semifinal playoff game; the Lizards win in overtime 16-15.
  • 2015: Rabil has three goals and three assists in the Steinfeld Cup Championship game, helping the Lizards win 15-12; named Coca-Cola Player of the Game MVP.[2]

National Lacrosse League- most significant achievements

  • 2008: Rabil was drafted second overall in the National Lacrosse League (NLL) entry draft.
  • 2010: Rabil was part of the Washington Stealth NLL Champions Cup team, scoring two goals in the championship game.
  • 2010: Rabil sets Washington Stealth team record for loose balls in a season, with 153 in 16 NLL games.
  • January 2012: Rabil was selected to the second consecutive NLL All-Star game, having been selected to every All-Star game in each season he has played in the NLL.
  • February 2012: Rabil traded to Edmonton Rush for Athan Iannucci but refuses to report to the Rush and is placed on a hold-out list.
  • July 27, 2012: Rabil traded to Rochester Knighthawks for Jarrett Davis but did not report to training camp.
  • 2012: Rabil traded with three other players to Philadelphia Wings for Dan Dawson, Paul Dawson, and a first-round draft pick.
  • Rabil last played in the NLL in 2013.

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Premier Lacrosse League Founder

The PLL was founded by Paul Rabil, the sport's most high-profile player and personality, and his brother, Mike Rabil, a serial entrepreneur and investor, in 2018.

The Brothers' goal was to provide a good home for lacrosse with the best players, a strong business model, significant financial support, national media coverage through an exclusive agreement with NBC Sports Group, and a unique touring structure that better serves players and fans.

The PLL wants to show off the best players in the world by touring around the country and introducing the sport to new cities. The PLL has received support from significant investors and entertainment groups, like The Raine Group, Creative Artists Agency (CAA), The Chernin Group, and Blum Capital. Also, the PLL has created a new way for players to own a part of the league's success.[3]

Personal Life

In 2014 Rabil married Kelly Berger but divorced in 2017.

He was also in a relationship with the actress Eiza González, but they ended their relationship in 2021.

In Conclusion

Paul Rabil is one of the richest lacrosse players, with an estimated worth of $7 million.

He started playing lacrosse at twelve years old and, since then, has managed to establish himself as one of the most influential lacrosse players.


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  3. Pll. (2020, February 06). Lacrosse superstar Paul Rabil launches Premier Lacrosse League. Retrieved March 15, 2023, from,major%20North%20American%20professional%20team