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Membership is nearing 700 for the Brickyard Battalion, a fan club organized to support Indy's new yet-to-be-named professional soccer team.
On July 16 and 17, with the Heat Index near 100, the Indy Eleven hosted its first round of player tryouts.
Step by step, Head Coach Juergen Sommer moves closer to selecting the players who will take the field for Indy Eleven in its inaugural season, which kicks off next spring.
While Felix Achoch's death after an assault this summer remains an unsolved homicide, his spirit will be kept alive through a celebration this Saturday - and a foundation in his honor.
Rare is the opportunity to watch a professional soccer team built from the ground up. Indy's time is now. Indy Eleven President Peter Wilt met with Rebecca Townsend to discuss first year progress.
If you don't have your tickets yet for the Indy Eleven opening game on April 12, you may be out of luck! Single-game tickets are on-sale now and moving fast. Also ... how about an Indy Eleven / I.U. match? Or maybe Notre Dame?
Prior to beginning their regular season on April 12, Indy Eleven will take on I.U., University of Louisville, and - this Saturday night - the Tourbeau Soccer Academy in Westfield. Oh, yes ... did we mention the Chicago Fire?
For local soccer fans, what follows is close to Gospel: The keys to excellence in the beautiful game, according to both Coach Yeagleys ...
With an exhibition match against IU at Carroll Stadium Friday and its NASL season opener against the Carolina RailHawks on April 12, the beautiful game is set to blossom Circle City style.
The Eleven finished 3-1 over Indiana with a stoppage time goal from Don Smart offered as a final gift for the supporters who braved wind chills dipping into the 20s by the match's end.
Indy Eleven supporters celebrated the closure of an exciting inaugural pre-season and the arrival of a whole new caliber of professional soccer taking root in the Hoosier state.
Check out all the action: From toasted Rail Hawk to the fireworks. The Indy Eleven threw a hell of a party on Saturday.
As we prepare for tonight's game against the Tampa Bay Rowdies, our thoughts return to last weekend's inaugural match. What a spectacle!
Indy Eleven tied their second game of the season against the Tampa Bay Rowdies on Saturday night. Final score 1-1. With plenty of aggressive attacks falling just short, the fans stayed fired up throughout.
The Eleven trained at Grand Park in Westfield Thursday before leaving on Friday for South Florida. The team lost its Saturday night game 2-3 to the Fort Lauderdale Strikers. Still, a chemistry is building within the team and confidence in its potential remains high.
Two Edmonton goals in quick succession during the first half proved insurmountable as fans cursed the refs as
and Coach Juergen Sommer continued to experiment with his line-up.
The Saturday match ended 2-4 and, though coaches, players and fans alike are beyond ready for a win, Indy continues to take to the field with an aggressive attack, creating numerous possibilities, just not finding the elusive net as often as necessary to earn a W.
Indy Eleven concedes a 2-1 defeat in the 89th minute following a hard-fought but ultimately uneven match.
The beautiful game eluded Indy Eleven and the Atlanta Silverbacks on Saturday. In fact, the match got quite ugly.
The Koelschip is deemed one of the best beer bars in the country! Plus, there are more beer and brewing events going on this July than you can fathom.