2019 Schedule

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  1. newtex

    newtex Member+

    May 25, 2005
    Houston
    Club:
    Houston Dynamo
    The 2019 home openers schedule is out:
    https://www.indyeleven.com/news_article/show/977349

    Here are the games involving Indy.
    Home team first.

    Saturday, March 9
    Saint Louis vs. Indy Eleven

    Friday, March 15
    Charlotte Independence v. Indy Eleven

    Saturday, March 30
    Indy Eleven v. Hartford Athletic
     
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  2. newtex

    newtex Member+

    May 25, 2005
    Houston
    Club:
    Houston Dynamo
    The full schedule is out. This is, of course, pending the resolution of the Ottawa sanctioning situation.

    https://www.indyeleven.com/news_article/show/978758

    2019 Regular Season
    Home team first, times TBA

    Saturday, March 9
    Saint Louis v. Indy

    Friday, March 15
    Charlotte Independence v. Indy

    Saturday, March 30
    Indy v. Hartford Athletic

    Saturday, April 13
    Swope Park Rangers v. Indy

    Wednesday, April 24
    Bethlehem Steel FC v. Indy

    Saturday, April 27
    New York Red Bulls II v. Indy

    Wednesday, May 1
    Indy v. Tampa Bay Rowdies

    Saturday, May 4
    Indy v. North Carolina FC

    Saturday, May 18
    Indy v. Charleston Battery

    Saturday, May 25
    Indy v. Nashville SC

    Saturday, June 1
    Indy v. Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC

    Saturday, June 8
    Memphis 901 FC v. Indy

    Saturday, June 15
    Loudoun United FC v. Indy

    Saturday, June 22
    Indy v. Atlanta United 2

    Wednesday, June 26
    Indy v. Birmingham Legion FC

    Saturday, June 29
    Indy v. Louisville City FC

    Saturday, July 13
    Hartford Athletic v. Indy

    Saturday, July 20
    Indy v. Loudoun United FC

    Saturday, July 27
    Nashville SC v. Indy

    Saturday, August 3
    North Carolina FC v. Indy

    Saturday, August 17
    Indy v. Saint Louis FC

    Saturday, August 24
    Indy v. Charlotte Independence

    Friday, August 30
    Louisville City FC v. Indy

    Wednesday, September 4
    Indy v. New York Red Bulls II

    Saturday, September 7
    Charleston Battery v. Indy

    Wednesday, September 11
    Indy v. Ottawa Fury FC

    Saturday, September 14
    Indy v. Bethlehem Steel FC

    Friday, September 20
    Birmingham Legion FC v. Indy

    Wednesday, September 25
    Atlanta United 2 v. Indy

    Saturday, September 28
    Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC v. Indy

    Wednesday, October 2
    Ottawa Fury FC v. Indy

    Saturday, October 5
    Indy v. Memphis 901 FC

    Saturday, October 12
    Tampa Bay Rowdies v. Indy

    Saturday, October 19
    Indy v. Swope Park Rangers
     
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  3. newtex

    newtex Member+

    May 25, 2005
    Houston
    Club:
    Houston Dynamo
    Schedule breakdown:

    By Month
    March: 1 home, 2 away
    April: 0 home, 3 away
    May: 4 home, 0 away
    June: 4 home, 2 away
    July: 1 home, 2 away
    August: 2 home, 2 away
    Sept: 3 home, 4 away
    Oct: 2 home, 2 away

    By Day of Week
    Wednesday: 4 home, 3 away
    Friday: 0 home, 3 away
    Saturday: 13 home, 11 away

    Longest streaks
    5 straight home games: May 1 through June 1
    4 straight road games: September 20 through October 2
     
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  4. jeffcoop

    jeffcoop BigSoccer Supporter

    Jul 11, 2006
    Central Indiana
    Club:
    Liverpool FC
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    #4 jeffcoop, Dec 20, 2018
    Last edited: Dec 20, 2018
    Four Wednesday home games is still too many, but it's better than last year.

    Edit: I hadn't been keeping track of the controversy surrounding the Furries' sanctioning for 2019. What a mess. I hope they can stay in USL--as fellow members of the NASL entering class of 2014, they have a tie to Indy going back to the beginning. Plus, I like making fun of their name (childish, I know).
     
  5. newtex

    newtex Member+

    May 25, 2005
    Houston
    Club:
    Houston Dynamo
    I just put all the games on my paper calendar. Wow! The Eleven have a tough end of the season.

    From September 4 through October 5 Indy has 9 games in those five weeks. That is 4 home and 5 away over those 32 days.
     
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  6. jeffcoop

    jeffcoop BigSoccer Supporter

    Jul 11, 2006
    Central Indiana
    Club:
    Liverpool FC
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    Wow, that is a lot to ask of any team at any level, and especially a lot to ask of a lower-division team.
     
  7. newtex

    newtex Member+

    May 25, 2005
    Houston
    Club:
    Houston Dynamo
  8. newtex

    newtex Member+

    May 25, 2005
    Houston
    Club:
    Houston Dynamo
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  9. canammj

    canammj Member

    Aug 25, 2004
    CHINO, CA
    Club:
    Los Angeles Galaxy
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    Hey Indy Supporters. I was thinking of coming out on your September 14th game and then head down to Cincy for their September 18th game. Never been to Indy. I like to check out sports venues of all sports (including the Speedway) and local universities campuses. What else would locals say is a can't miss thing to see and what can be skipped. Any thoughts would be appreciated.
     
  10. jeffcoop

    jeffcoop BigSoccer Supporter

    Jul 11, 2006
    Central Indiana
    Club:
    Liverpool FC
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    Really depends on your interests. If you like art, for example, the Indianapolis Museum of Art (now in a complex called Newfields) has an excellent collection, is a manageable size, has beautiful grounds, and is near Butler University. But if you're not into art, it's definitely skippable.

    Mass Ave and Fountain Square near downtown and Broad Ripple about 50 blocks north of downtown are fun areas for restaurants and bars. Depending on the game schedule, I'd encourage you to go to the Chatham Tap on Mass Ave (or alternatively Union Jack's in Broad Ripple) for a Premier League match on Sunday morning. Both have good beer and good food and draw good crowds for games (I'm partial to the Chatham Tap myself, but both are great).
     
  11. canammj

    canammj Member

    Aug 25, 2004
    CHINO, CA
    Club:
    Los Angeles Galaxy
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
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    Thanks !
    I also just located the Brickyard Battalion website so will be checking it all out
     
  12. jeffcoop

    jeffcoop BigSoccer Supporter

    Jul 11, 2006
    Central Indiana
    Club:
    Liverpool FC
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    It's only preseason, and early preseason at that, but scoring three goals to beat an MLS club is always good.

    Indy has added some significant attacking talent this winter. My biggest concern is the midfield, especially the attacking midfield. Rennie's style of play never seemed to favor moving the ball through midfield to begin with, and Indy lost significant midfield talent with Mares's return to Miami and Speas's loan to NCFC. Pasher apparently played well in the midfield for the tail end of this match, and if he can stay healthy this year it will go a way toward filling the midfield gap.
     

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