“We’re going to make one last run at it,” Ozdemir said of the Indy Eleven. “Something has to change.”
Adam Wren17 min read
How To Shop The Adidas Warehouse Sale
Three semis were unloaded Thursday, when the sale began, and there was more to hit the floor.
Megan Fernandez2 min read
Get Connected: Lion Catcher
Lion Catcher works to bring services into the neighborhood rather than making residents already strapped for time and money go to them.
Kate Franzman1 min read
The Naysayer on Darrell Hazell
But for Head Coach Darrell Hazell personally, the win was even sweeter and I can truly empathize.
Mike Botkin4 min read
The Replay: Andrew Luck, Pat McAfee, and Mari Hulman George
Andrew Luck, cover boy
Michael Rubino1 min read
Overheard at Mass Ave's World Cup Block Party
While the U.S. Men’s National Team came up short in a 2-1 loss to Belgium, it was the passion and oddball quips of Indy sports fans that won the day.
Jon R. LaFollette2 min read
Time-Lapse Video: Mass Ave's World Cup Block Party
Take a look at our sped-up clip from Tuesday’s World Cup viewing party held downtown.
Michael Schrader1 min read
Know Before You Go: Mass Ave’s World Cup Block Party
For one, know what’s at stake: If the Americans waffle against the Belgians, we’re toast.
Joe Ruley2 min read
Wanted: Retro USA T-shirts
You can stand out from the cheering crowd with one of these red-and-blue–striped ringers from Indy-based The Brick Shirt House, emblazoned with either an old-school crest or “USA” in a retro-tastic font.
Evan West1 min read
Loud and Proud: Indy's World Cup Fans
The World Cup comes just two months after the debut of the Indy Eleven. While the world’s game has long struggled to find permanent footing stateside, interest in the sport has been rekindled.
Jon R. LaFollette2 min read
Overheard at the Indy Eleven Game
A phrase repeated a few times during the contest: “Give it to the IU guys!”
Jonathan Scott2 min read
Short of the Goal: A Soccer Hopeful, Murdered
What Daniel Foster knows for sure is that by 2:15 a.m., his brother lay in the club’s parking lot, blood seeping from his ear.
Adam Wren15 min read
Indy Eleven to Broadcast Weekly Radio Show on ESPN 1070
“Soccer, whether it’s an inferiority complex or whatever, has never had the traditional media platforms,” says team president Peter Wilt. “To finally have one like that in Indiana is unique.”
Jonathan Scott3 min read
Hot-Button Issues: Paying To Play
Virtually no city official wants to lose a pro franchise on his or her watch—especially with a bid to host another Super Bowl in 2018 still in play.
IM Editors4 min read
Indy: America's Newest Soccer Town?
Inside the cavernous Lucas Oil Stadium, amid a sea of 40,000 chanting fans watching the venue’s first soccer match, two different contests were unfolding.