The Indy Eleven is ready to kickstart the 2020 soccer season as it returns to action July 11 at Lucas Oil Stadium. With health restrictions in place, fans will be allowed to watch as Indy Eleven takes on Saint Louis FC as part of the USL Championship series.
The organization says fans will be required to wear masks, except when eating or drinking.
The club says it has coordinated with Lucas Oil Stadium, the Capital Improvement Board, and public health agencies to create a health and safety plan that will allow for a limited number of fans during the 16-game regular season.
“Indianapolis is world-renowned for our ability to host sporting events, and we look forward to helping our city establish the benchmark for how to host games safely and responsibly in home markets during these challenging times,” said Indy Eleven Chief Executive Officer Greg Stremlaw.
Tickets will be sold for only the lower level, reserved seating section of the stadium. Staggered seats will be separated by a minimum of four seats or six feet.
Indy Eleven says it will announce additional details regarding scheduling, ticketing, and broadcasts as they are finalized in the coming days.