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Enforcers Announce Home Field and Kickoff Times for 2012 Season
The Indianapolis Enforcers spent their inaugural season as a travel team in 2011. In 2012 they have announced that their home games for the 2012 season will be played at The SportZone.
The SportZone is a premier sports facility in Indianapolis and host multiple youth and adult leagues across 12 different sports. The Enforcers field is a regulation arena size field with state-of-the-art field turf capable of seating 900 fans. Fans will have access to a fully stocked concession stands featuring all your staple necessities as well as an 21 and older zone for beer and liquor sales.
Tickets for each game will be $16 with children 12-6 at a discounted rate of $10 and children under 6 get in for free. Tickets can be purchased at The SportZone ticket office located at 6601 Coffman Rd. Indianapolis, IN 46268
All of the Indianapolis Enforcers home games will kickoff at 3:15pm Eastern Time. For more infomation check our the Indianapolis Enforcers website at IndyEnforcers.com or The SportZone at SportZoneIndy.com
I just now saw an article in the Indy paper that the Enforcers were playing again this season...go figure!! 1st I heard of it, guess I should have come on here to look long time ago! I won't spend $16 to go to the Sportzone to see them play unfortunately. I can go to a Pacer game for that price (almost). Arena games are not that much! I was kind of excited to hear they were having home games. Sorry their record isn't that good but good luck to them for the rest of the season.
The Indiana Firebirds used to practice at the Sportzone! Nice facility.
And then, just weeks later, the players on Indy refuse to travel to Port Huron for a game. Claims were made that they'd all show up in Saginaw last night, will be interesting to see whether or not that was the case.
This, coupled with the Chicago Vipers/Pythons/Garter Snakes, is shaping up to be another great season of, "As the CIFL World Turns."