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Pro tip: Bring your furry friend and cheer on the team as they compete against the Pittsburgh Riverhounds on August 31.

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Looking for fun, family-friendly summer plans? Indy Eleven has a season full of promotional nights to enjoy at Carroll Stadium (think: Marvel superheroes, pup meet-ups + goat yoga).

Here’s what’s coming up:

  • Christmas in July | Saturday, July 20
  • Mike Night | Wednesday, Aug. 7
  • Kick Cancer Night | Saturday, Aug. 11

Bonus: The team also offers youth camps for kids 6-14, focusing on developing skills from fundamentals like passing and dribbling to tactical movements on the field. The next camp will run July 22-25. View the schedule + grab tickets

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