Today, Governor Eric Holcomb formally signed Senate Enrolled Act 7 into law. The act includes language that would enable a Professional Sports Development Area (PSDA) that would include a multi-purpose soccer stadium for Indy Eleven Professional Soccer. In response, Eleven Park issued the following statement:
With the Governor’s signature, we are ready to kick off a new era for Indy Eleven Professional Soccer and the world’s most popular sport in Indiana – with no new taxes and no appropriations from city or state governments.
The state legislative process is now complete. We will now continue along the path to fully capturing this one-in-a-generation opportunity to secure the future of the world’s game in our capital city. The project will now proceed to the City of Indianapolis where we will work to create the Public-Private-Partnership that is described in the Eleven Park proposal.
Indy Eleven will continue its 2019 season with two home games in the next week, hosting the Tampa Bay Rowdies on May 1st and North Carolina FC on May 4th at Lucas Oil Stadium. Tickets are available by visiting IndyEleven.com/Tickets or by calling 317-685-1100.