Kuntz Stadium

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Kuntz Memorial Soccer Stadium
Kuntz Stadium
Location 1502 West 16th Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46202
Owner City of Indianapolis
Operator Indianapolis Parks and Recreation
Capacity 6,800
Surface Grass
Opened 1987
Tenants
FC Indiana (WPSL) (2006-Present)
FC Indiana (NPSL) (2007)
Indiana Blast (A-League) (1998-2004) Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Jaguars
Indiana Killers (2013-Present)
Indianapolis AlleyCats (2012-Present)

Kuntz Memorial Soccer Stadium is an outdoor soccer facility located in Indianapolis. It is the location of the IHSAA State Soccer finals. It contains two FIFA-regulated game fields and seats 5,257 people. Various championship games have been played in this facility.[1] FC Indiana, a United Soccer Leagues W-League women's team currently plays there, but is in negotiations to move across the street to Bush Stadium for games.[2] The Indianapolis AlleyCats, a professional ultimate disc team playing in the American Ultimate Disc League (AUDL), has played its games at Kuntz since 2013. It was the site of the 1987 Pan American Games soccer tournament and three U.S. Open Cup finals.

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Coordinates: 39°47′25″N 86°11′21″W / 39.790175°N 86.189185°W / 39.790175; -86.189185