F.C. Indiana (NPSL)

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F.C. Indiana
FC Indiana logo.jpg
Full name Football Club Indiana
Nickname(s) The Lions
Founded 2000
Stadium Legacy Sports Club
Lafayette, IN
Ground Capacity 2,000
Chairman David Bugay
Manager United States Erik Castro
League Premier Arena Soccer League
National Premier Soccer League

F.C. Indiana is an American men's soccer team based in Lafayette, Indiana, United States. Founded in 2000, the team compete in the Premier Arena Soccer League indoor soccer league. The Lions also play in the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL), a national outdoor league at the fourth tier of the American Soccer Pyramid.

The men's club are affiliated with the F.C. Indiana women's team.

History[edit]

The Lions formed a men's adult team in 2006 and entered play in the PASL 2006-07 Winter season. The team then played outdoors in the NPSL 2007 season.

The team went hiatus for the 2008-09 season and returned to play both leagues in 2009. After their second NPSL campaign the team played exclusively indoor soccer for five seasons. In early December of 2014 the team announced it would return to the NPSL for the 2015 season.[1]

Year-by-year[edit]

Season League Regular Season W-D-L Playoffs US Open Cup
2006-07 PASL 2-0-6; 3rd, Great Lakes Did not qualify --
2007 NPSL 0-0-10; 6th, Midwest Did not qualify Did not qualify
2007-08 PASL 1-0-5; 4th, Great Lakes Did not qualify Did not participate
2009 NPSL 2-1-5; 5th, Midwest Did not qualify Did not qualify
2009-10 PASL 3-1-2 Did not qualify Lost to Detroit Waza in Round of 16
2010-11 PASL 4-0-4 Did not qualify Did not qualify
2011-12 PASL 2-1-5 Did not qualify Did not participate
2012-13 PASL 5-0-3 Did not qualify Did not qualify
2013-14 PASL 4-0-3 1-2 at PASL National Tournament[2] Did not qualify
2014-15 PASL TBD TBD TBD
2015 NPSL TBD TBD TBD

Stadia[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FC Indiana Joins the NPSL". NPSL. 5 December 2014. 
  2. ^ "Premier Arena Soccer League Nationals Results". Chicago Mustangs. 15 March 2014. 

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