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Fishers lands team in the Indoor Football League

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Fishers, Indiana – With a brand-new franchise club scheduled to move to Fishers for the 2025 season, the Indoor Football League is growing its presence in the Indianapolis region.

Jim Hallet will control the recently revealed team, which hasn’t been given an official name yet, and it will reside in the Fishers Event Center, which is now undergoing development. In addition, Hallet owns the Indianapolis Fuel hockey team, which will play indoor football in the Fishers Event Center alongside the new squad.

The Fuel and the unidentified indoor football team will be run by the same front office, which will also be shared by the two teams. The new indoor football team will follow suit and make its debut in 2025. The Fuel will move from their current home of the Indiana Farmers Coliseum to the Fishers Event Center in 2024.

Jim Hallett stated, “We are thrilled to welcome another professional sports team to the Indianapolis area.” “I’m thrilled to provide another reasonably priced family-friendly experience in our community at the new event center in Fishers, which is set to become a center for sports and entertainment.”

Season ticket reservations are now being accepted, and each seat requires a $50 deposit. You can find out more at indyindoorfootball.com.

In 2023, the 15th season of the IFL, the longest-running indoor football league in the US, got underway. There are presently 16 teams participating, representing 12 states.

Follow @IndyIndoorFB on social media to get the latest news about the new IFL team in the Indianapolis area.

 

 

 

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