Indy Eleven Announces 2017 Schedule

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Less than a week after submitting a bid to join Major League Soccer, the Indy Eleven has announced its 2017 schedule in the North American Soccer League. The team will kick off its home spring season April 1 following its best season to date in 2016, capturing the NASL Spring Season Championship.

The team will begin the season in California, taking on the San Francisco Deltas. The home opener will take place April 1 against Puerto Rico FC at Carroll Stadium on the IUPUI campus. The Indy Eleven is currently on a 19-game regular season undefeated streak at home, which dates back to October 2015.

"This year’s roster is full of players that tasted some success and got to the cusp of lifting the Soccer Bowl Trophy last year," said Head Coach Tim Hankinson. "The fire that has been burning since last November’s final will be a great motivator to fight our way back and get the job done in 2017, and we’re excited to get things underway."

Hankinson was named the 2016 NASL Coach of the Year in November. One month later, the team announced Hankinson would return for the 2017 season.

You can view the full Indy Eleven 2017 schedule below:

2017 NASL Spring Schedule
Date                     Time (ET)       Opponent                                   Venue                                                                               
Sat., March 25    10:00 pm       at San Francisco Deltas             Kezar Stadium – San Francisco, CA                              
Sat., April 1          3:00 pm         vs. Puerto Rico FC                      Carroll Stadium – Indianapolis, IN                                
Sat., April 8          7:30 pm         at Puerto Rico FC                       Juan Ramón Loubriel Stadium – Bayamón, PR
Sat., April 22       3:00 pm         vs. San Francisco Deltas            Carroll Stadium – Indianapolis, IN                                
Sat., April 29       7:00 pm         at Jacksonville Armada FC        Hodges Stadium – Jacksonville, FL                               
Sat., May 6           7:30 pm         vs. FC Edmonton                         Carroll Stadium – Indianapolis, IN                                
Sat., May 13        7:30 pm         at Miami FC                                 FIU Stadium – Miami, FL
Sat., May 20        7:30 pm         vs. Miami FC                                Carroll Stadium – Indianapolis, IN
Sat., May 27        9:00 pm         at FC Edmonton                          Clarke Field – Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Sat., June 3          10:00 pm       at San Francisco Deltas             Kezar Stadium – San Francisco, CA                              
Sat., June 10        7:30 pm         vs. Jacksonville Armada FC       Carroll Stadium – Indianapolis, IN
Sat., June 17        7:30 pm         vs. North Carolina FC                 Carroll Stadium – Indianapolis, IN
Sat., June 24        TBA                 at North Carolina FC                  WakeMed Soccer Park – Cary, NC
Tues., July 4         7:30 pm         at New York Cosmos                  MCU Park – Brooklyn, NY
Sat., July 8            7:30 pm         vs. New York Cosmos                 Carroll Stadium – Indianapolis, IN
Sat., July 15         7:30 pm         vs. Jacksonville Armada FC       Carroll Stadium – Indianapolis, IN
 
2017 NASL Fall Schedule
Date                     Time (ET)       Opponent                                   Venue                                                                               
Sun., July 30        4:00 pm         at FC Edmonton                          Clarke Field – Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Sat., Aug. 5          7:30 pm         vs. FC Edmonton                         Carroll Stadium – Indianapolis, IN                                
Sat., Aug. 12        7:30 pm         at Miami FC                                 FIU Stadium – Miami, FL
Sat., Aug. 19        7:30 pm         at New York Cosmos                  MCU Park – Brooklyn, NY
Sat., Aug. 26        7:30 pm         vs. Jacksonville Armada FC       Carroll Stadium – Indianapolis, IN
Sat., Sept. 2         7:30 pm         vs. San Francisco Deltas            Carroll Stadium – Indianapolis, IN                                
Sat., Sept. 9         7:00 pm         at Jacksonville Armada FC        Hodges Stadium – Jacksonville, FL                               
Wed., Sept. 13    7:00 pm         vs. North Carolina FC                 Carroll Stadium – Indianapolis, IN
Sun., Sept. 17      4:00 pm         at FC Edmonton                          Clarke Field – Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Sat., Sept. 23       7:30 pm         vs. Puerto Rico FC                      Carroll Stadium – Indianapolis, IN                                
Sun., Oct. 1          TBA                 at North Carolina FC                  WakeMed Soccer Park – Cary, NC
Sat., Oct. 7           7:30 pm         vs. New York Cosmos                 Carroll Stadium – Indianapolis, IN
Wed., Oct. 11     10:30 pm       at San Francisco Deltas             Kezar Stadium – San Francisco, CA                              
Sat., Oct. 14         TBA                 vs. Miami FC                                Carroll Stadium – Indianapolis, IN
Sat., Oct. 21         7:30 pm         at Puerto Rico FC                       Juan Ramón Loubriel Stadium – Bayamón, PR
Sun., Oct. 29       TBA                 vs. North Carolina FC                 Carroll Stadium – Indianapolis, IN
 
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