Hefner Soccer Complex

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Hefner Soccer Complex (also known as Hefner Stadium, and Hefner Fields) is a large group of soccer fields located in Fort Wayne, Indiana. It is named for David J. Hefner, deceased son of local entrepreneur and Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW) donor, William J. Hefner and his wife, Bonnie L. Hefner.

The complex consists of 14 fields highlighted by a 2,000-seat stadium. The complex is used by IPFW's soccer teams and the Fort Wayne Fever of the USL Premier Development League.

Events[edit]

National Soccer Festival is staged at the complex, celebrating the sport of soccer on the collegiate level, with such activities as golf outings, live entertainment, and food vendors.[1] In 2008, twelve universities participated in the event.[2]

Tennants[edit]

The complex is mainly occupied by the Fort Wayne Fever. The Plex indoor soccer building adjacent is also occupied by the Fort Wayne Fever. [3]

References[edit]

Coordinates: 41°7′10″N 85°6′57″W / 41.11944°N 85.11583°W / 41.11944; -85.11583