|Full name||Football Club Indiana|
|League||WPSL Elite League|
F.C. Indiana, also known as F.C. Indiana Lionesses, is an American women’s soccer team based in Indianapolis, Indiana. Founded in 2003, the team is currently a member of the WPSL Elite League. They play their home games at St. Joe Stadium.
In 2005, FC Indiana became the second North American women's team ever to win a league and cup double, capturing the WPSL national championship and the USASA Women's Open national championship (the Carolina Courage of the former Women's United Soccer Association [WUSA] won the Founder's Cup and WUSA league title in 2002).
FC Indiana won the 2005 WPSL title, having defeated host New England Mutiny 4-0 in the 2005 semifinals and the California Storm 5-4 (featuring internationals Brandi Chastain, Leslie Osborne and Sissi) in the 2005 finals.
In 2007, the club won its second WPSL title in three seasons, defeating the New England Mutiny 3-0. In October 2007, FC Indiana joined the W-League, consistently winning their division before returning to the WPSL for the 2011 season.
In 2012, they participated in the WPSL Elite, finishing at the bottom of the table.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Notable former players
The following players have played at the international or professional level:
General manager and head coach
Shek Borkowski (2004-)
|Year||Division||League||Reg. Season||Playoffs||National Cup|
|2007||1||WPSL||1st, Midwest||Champions||National Final|
|2008||1||USL W-League||1st, Midwest||National Final||Champions|
|2009||2||USL W-League||1st, Midwest||Conference Final|
|2010||2||USL W-League||1st, Midwest||Conference Final|
|2011||2||WPSL||1st, Midwest||Conference Final|
|2012||2||WPSL Elite||8th||Conference Final|
|2014||2||WPSL||1st, Midwest||Conference Final|
- USL W-League Central Conference Champions 2009
- US Open Cup Champions 2008
- USL W-League Regular Season Champions 2008
- USL W-League Central Conference Champions 2008
- USL W-League Midwest Division Champions 2008
- WPSL Champions 2007
- WPSL Midwest Conference Champions 2007
- US Open Cup Runners-up 2007
- WPSL Champions 2005
- WPSL Central Division Champions 2005
- US Open Cup Champions 2005
- Region 2 Champions 2005
- St. Joe Stadium 2013-
- IU Michael A. Carroll Track & Soccer Stadium 2012
- Kuntz Stadium 2007–2011
- Varsity Soccer Complex (Purdue University) 2007
- Goshen Soccer Park 2000-2006
- 2013: 287
- 2012: 1,359
- 2011: 329
- 2010: NA
- 2009: 771
- 2008: 1,012
- 2007: 557
- 2006: 911
- 2005: 723
- 2004: 105
- July 11, 2004 - FC Indiana defeats Australia Women's National Team 1-0.
- July 19, 2005 - FC Indiana defeats Trinidad & Tobago Women's National Team 3-0.
- July 21, 2005 - FC Indiana defeats Trinidad & Tobago Women's National Team 8-3.
- July 31, 2005 - After winning 4-0 over host New England Mutiny, FC Indiana upsets the defending champions California Storm 5-4, winning the Women's Premier Soccer League national championship.
- August 6, 2005 - Six days after winning the Women's Premier Soccer League title, FC Indiana defeats the Dallas SC Titans 4-0 in the U.S. Open Cup national final, achieving the second "double" in American women's soccer history.
- July 29, 2007 - FC Indiana defeats the New England Mutiny 3-0 to win its second WPSL title in three years.
- August 15, 2007 - FC Indiana defeats New Zealand Women's National Team 1-0.
- "FC Indiana Women's Team Celebrates 10th Anniversary". Womens League Soccer. Retrieved 12 September 2013.
- F.C. Indiana
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