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The Shindigz National Soccer Festival continues the spring-time tradition and returns to the Fort Wayne Sport Club on Saturday, April 12th as 2012 National Champion Indiana University takes on 2013 National Champion University of Notre Dame at 2 p.m.  Enjoy the highest level of men's collegiate soccer at the area's best soccer club venue - plus, half-time activities and more including autograph and photo opportunities with both teams after the game!

Purchase discount tickets in advance for only $5 for high school age and under and $7 for adults at participating Fort Wayne-area Walgreen's locations, all Connolly's Do-It-Best Hardware stores and 800˚ Restaurants. Store locations can be found at www.walgreens.com, www.connollysdoitbest.com and www.800degrees.net respectively. Visit www.nationalsoccerfestival.com for more event specific information.  Tickets will be $7 for high school age and $10 for adults at the gate on the day of the event.

"You can feel the 'cabin fever' here in Fort Wayne. Shindigz National Soccer Festival has got the cure in the form of Indiana University vs. University of Notre Dame men's soccer," says Shindigz National Soccer Festival President Terry Stefankiewicz. "Gather up the family and come on out to the Fort Wayne Sport Club and enjoy the battle of the back-to-back NCAA men's soccer National Champions!"

Make plans for the family to be a part of this affordable Fort Wayne spring-time tradition! Come see the Indiana University Hoosiers vs. The University of Notre Dame Fighting Irish men's soccer spring match at the Fort Wayne Sport Club, 3102 Ardmore Ave, on Saturday, April 12th. Game time is 2 p.m.

Not only will there be a great soccer game, but also many other activities available to attendees. Fort Wayne Sport Club will have a beer tent and Hall's Catering will be providing other general concession services. So, if you're looking for something to do, there is a great opportunity for you to get out and have a great time watching some of the best men's collegiate soccer action together. Both teams will also be available following the game for autograph and photo opportunities with fans.

The Fort Wayne Sport Club was founded in 1927 by an active group of soccer players who immigrated to the Fort Wayne area from Germany in the aftermath of World War I. Their immediate goal was 'the promotion of football (soccer) and German culture' in the Northeast Indiana area. The Sport Club has since established itself as one of the most successful soccer clubs in the Midwest.


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