A deposit of just $25 per season ticket reserves your seat for 2014 and a priority seat selection number. Playing at a reconfigured Carroll Stadium means there will be a limited number of season tickets available. Fans are encouraged to place deposits early to assure best seats.

Full season tickets in all price ranges will include discounts up to 20% off individual ticket prices and benefits and privileges. Season tickets range from $135 to $390 and include tickets to 15 home games. Individual ticket prices range from $10 to $30. A limited number of suites and high end premium seats will also be offered with additional amenities.

Payment plan options for season tickets allow partial payments to be made between now and the start of the team’s inaugural season. After the $25 per ticket deposit, an additional $75 per season ticket will be due when seat selection is made later in 2013 and full payment will be due by February 1, 2014.

13 Responses to “Reserve Your 2014 Season Tickets”

  1. Chris says:

    Any idea on when and if they are going to be holding open tryouts?

  2. Niki says:

    Lets go indy…cany wait for the team name

  3. Rob Burtz says:

    Is there a way to find out what our priority seat selection number is?

    • Bill Baugh says:

      I prepaid for season tickets. The confirmation email I received included this:

      “Thank you for supporting Indy Pro Soccer! We will contact you with your seat priority number and with information about seat selection later in 2013. More information about Indy Pro Soccer is available at IndyProSoccer.com .”

  4. Tank says:

    ‘Mon the Brickers!

  5. David Beckham says:

    Best thing to come into Indy!!

  6. E. W. Morack says:

    What are the approximate dates for the soccer season (beginning/ending, I doubt specific game dates have been identified)? I couldn’t find the dates for 2014 but perhaps I’ve overlooked them.

    • Justin Wiese says:

      If you look under the FAQ section in the club part I believe it is the second question down. NASL typically runs at the same time table as baseball.

  7. Should be great, can’t wait

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