|League||National Lacrosse League|
|Based in||Halifax, Nova Scotia|
|Colours||Purple, orange, white, black|
|Head coach||Mike Accursi|
|Division titles||(1) 2020|
The Halifax Thunderbirds are a professional box lacrosse team in the North Division of the National Lacrosse League (NLL). They play at Scotiabank Centre in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
On September 13, 2018, the NLL approved a franchise relocation to the city of Halifax.  Curt Styres, the previous owner of the NLL's Rochester Knighthawks, moved the Knighthawks' franchise to Halifax, Nova Scotia. The Knighthawks intellectual property (name and logo) was sold to Pegula Sports and Entertainment, owners of the Buffalo Bandits, who will operate a new expansion franchise from the 2019–2020 season under the Knighthawks moniker. While located in Rochester the franchise won 5 championships.
The Halifax Thunderbirds made their league debut on December 7, 2019, defeating the New York Riptide 12–4 in front of a crowd of 6,847 at the Scotiabank Centre.
2021–2022 Halifax Thunderbirds Roster - Website: https://www.halifaxthunderbirds.com/team
Athletic Performance Coach
|2020||Graeme Hossack||Defensive Player of the Year|
|John Catalano||Executive of the Year|
|2020||North||8-4||1st||.667||6-1||2-3||139||126||Mike Accursi||No Playoffs Held|
|2022||Eastern||11-7||3rd||.611||7-2||4-5||198||195||Mike Accursi||Lost East Division Quarterfinals|
|Playoff Totals||1 Appearance||0-1||.000||0-0||0-1||13||14||0 Championships|
|2022||East Division Quarterfinals||Halifax 13||Toronto 14|
First Round Selections