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Indy Eleven prepares for Fort Lauderdale

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Kleberson (left) with Don Smart, Pedro Mendes and another player watch an attack unfold at Thursday's practice. - REBECCA TOWNSEND
  • Rebecca Townsend
  • Kleberson (left) with Don Smart, Pedro Mendes and another player watch an attack unfold at Thursday's practice.


Indy Eleven fans are likely going into withdraw, knowing they won't have a home game for two weeks after a run of local riches with games against Indiana University, the Carolina Rail Hawks and the Tampa Bay Rowdies.

So far the team is tied for sixth place in the North American Soccer League, after ties in its fist two league matches.

The Eleven trained at Grand Park in Westfield Thursday before leaving on Friday for South Florida for a Saturday game against the Fort Lauderdale Strikers, currently tied for fourth with a win and a loss so far this season.

The April 26 match begins at 7:30 p.m. at Lockhart Stadium in Fort Lauderdale.

Coaches Tim Regan and Juergen Sommer assess their players' performance.
  • Coaches Tim Regan and Juergen Sommer assess their players' performance.


Locally, supporters' clubs will be hosting watch parties around the city

The NASLLive.com streaming video package will carry the game, as will the SoFloRadio.com audio stream.

Kristian NIcht waits to see if he'll be called into action as an attacker battles for an angle. - REBECCA TOWNSEND
  • Rebecca Townsend
  • Kristian NIcht waits to see if he'll be called into action as an attacker battles for an angle.


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