Indy Saints FC joins the OVPL for 2020!

Indy Saints FC joins the OVPL for 2020!

Putting the band back together for 2020!

The Indy Saints FC are the second club to commit to playing in the inaugural 2020 season of the Ohio Valley Premier League (OVPL). In 2017, the Indy Saints were founded as their men’s team played in the Champions Soccer League USA. After the season, the league folded, and the Indy Saints men’s team was left without a home.The 2018 season brought a new Indy Saints, as they debuted a women’s team in the Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL) and have operated ever since.

With the new OVPL, Indy Saints can now provide the only destination for men’s players to play in Indianapolis.Home games for the Indy Saints are played at Cardinal Ritter High School. In the modern era of the US Open Cup (1994-present), only two amateur teams have qualified for the tournament (Reggae Boyz FC in 2005; Indy Eleven NPSL in 2016). Welcome Indy Saints to the OVPL!

About Indy Saints

The Saints were founded in 2017 on the principle of providing high-quality training to serious-minded soccer players. In 2018, the Indy Saints debuted a women’s team that played in the Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL), as they went on to win Franchise of the Year that year. Learn more about how to help Indy Saints FC by visiting the foundation website.

About the OVPL

The Ohio Valley Premier League (OVPL) was created to operate a competitive soccer circuit offering the only adult amateur competition throughout the tri-state (Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky) region. Player development is a central focus of the League, as the League strives to promote the region at a national level.The OVPL seeks to grow the game of soccer in the region by providing a highly-competitive soccer league for men, women, boys, and girls of all ages. The League is sanctioned through US Club Soccer and provides access to competing in the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup, the nation’s longest running tournament.

About US Club Soccer

US Club Soccer will foster the growth and development of soccer clubs throughout the United States to create the best possible development environment for players of all ages in every club.