Indoor Soccer Returns to Cincinnati Gardens

 

Cincinnati Kings to begin play

 

in November, 2010


Fast-paced professional indoor soccer in Cincinnati

gets a new name and a new home

 

The 1790 Express will change its name to the Cincinnati Kings Indoor Team and will play their home games at the Cincinnati Gardens from November through March beginning this season. Soccer fans will be familiar with many of the players including Craig Salvati and 2009 Premier Arena Soccer League (PASL) MVP Jeff Hughes who will return to play indoor soccer this fall.


"This partnership will give the Kings a year-round presence with the soccer community and fans in the area," said Kings Indoor General Manager, Steve Wood. "With our move to the Cincinnati Gardens, we have a professional home that will allow us to grow into the future."


Click here for 2010-2011 Home Schedule

 

Season tickets are $96 for adults and $80 for youth/college students and include tickets to all eight home games and a Kings merchandise kit (t-shirt, string bag, water bottle and key chain) valued at $65. Family four-pack season tickets and 10 and 20-game packs are available as well. Individual game tickets will go on sale very soon and will be available. Parking for all Cincinnati Kings Indoor Team games at the Cincinnati Gardens, is FREE!

 

The Cincinnati Kings Indoor Team will play their 2010 season in PASL –Pro, a nine-team league with the Kings competing in the Eastern Conference against the Detroit Waza, St. Louis Illusion, Louisville Lightning and Ohio Vortex (Canton).

 

The Cincinnati Kings Outdoor Team will continue to compete in the United Soccer Leagues Premier Development League and play their games at Town & Country Soccer Stadium in Wilder, Ky.

 

For more information and for season tickets, visit www.kingsindoor.com

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