The statistical properties of populations of brown dwarf binaries have profound implications on the basic physics of star formation and solar system assembly. Additionally, binary systems present a unique opportunity to determine dynamical masses, which are essential for testing evolutionary model predictions. We present a sample of 9 unresolved L-dwarfs imaged at high resolution with the NACO (Nasmyth Adaptive Optics System [NAOS] Near-Infrared Imager and Spectrograph [CONICA]) instrument at the VLT (Very Large Telescope). We confidently confirm 1 low-mass binary system. This new binary is a great point of study for further investigation and insight into brown dwarf binary systems.