Big Ten Men’s and Women’s Soccer Tournaments Return to Grand Park

by | Sep 27, 2018 | RRSN News, Soccer Blogs | 0 comments

Big Ten Men’s and Women’s Soccer Tournaments Return to Grand Park

Tournaments run first and second week of November

 

ROSEMONT, Ill. — The Big Ten men’s and women’s soccer tournament semifinal and championship games will return to Grand Park in Westfield, Indiana, for the 2018 season, the conference announced Thursday.

As the tournaments return to Grand Park, it serves as the third year for a neutral-site tournament for the men and the second year for the women.

“The Big Ten is excited to return to Grand Park for Men’s and Women’s Soccer Tournament. Grand Park has been an excellent host for this event,” said Big Ten Associate Commissioner for Sports Administration Wendy Fallen. “We are confident that our students and coaches will continue to have terrific experiences.”

The women’s tournament is slated to begin Oct. 28 with the top four seeds hosting the quarterfinal games on campus. The tournament will move to Grand Park for the two semifinal games on Friday, Nov. 2 and the championship game on Sunday, Nov. 4. 

The men’s tournament will start with quarterfinal games being played on campus Nov. 3-4, following the same format as the women. Play will commence at Grand Park on Friday, Nov. 9 with two semifinals and will conclude on Sunday, Nov. 11 with the championship game.

One-day General Admission tickets will be available for purchase, presale and on-site, for $12 for adults, $7 for youth, high school and college students with school ID and $1 for veterans and active military. A daily Family Pack, two parents and children, will be available (presale only) for $24. Children five and under will be admitted for $1. Groups (10 or more) discounts are available by contact TJ Land at tjland@grandpark.org. Beginning Oct. 1, presale tickets will be available for purchase at grandpark.org

Kickoff times and television coverage for all Big Ten men’s and women’s soccer tournament games will be announced at a later date.

About Westfield and Grand Park:

Westfield is located just north of Indianapolis, Indiana. It is home to almost 40,000 people and the Grand Park Sports Campus. Grand Park is a 400 + acre sports complex, with 31 outdoor fields, 26 baseball diamonds, a privately-owned basketball facility and a 370,000 sq. ft. events center. The campus boasts almost 2 million visits a year and has attracted almost $700 million of economic development since its opening. Westfield is located within one day’s drive of more than half of the United States population and within 40 minutes of the award-winning Indianapolis International Airport.

Big Ten Men’s and Women’s Soccer Tournaments Return to Grand Park

Tournaments run first and second week of November

 

ROSEMONT, Ill. — The Big Ten men’s and women’s soccer tournament semifinal and championship games will return to Grand Park in Westfield, Indiana, for the 2018 season, the conference announced Thursday.

As the tournaments return to Grand Park, it serves as the third year for a neutral-site tournament for the men and the second year for the women.

“The Big Ten is excited to return to Grand Park for Men’s and Women’s Soccer Tournament. Grand Park has been an excellent host for this event,” said Big Ten Associate Commissioner for Sports Administration Wendy Fallen. “We are confident that our students and coaches will continue to have terrific experiences.”

The women’s tournament is slated to begin Oct. 28 with the top four seeds hosting the quarterfinal games on campus. The tournament will move to Grand Park for the two semifinal games on Friday, Nov. 2 and the championship game on Sunday, Nov. 4. 

The men’s tournament will start with quarterfinal games being played on campus Nov. 3-4, following the same format as the women. Play will commence at Grand Park on Friday, Nov. 9 with two semifinals and will conclude on Sunday, Nov. 11 with the championship game.

One-day General Admission tickets will be available for purchase, presale and on-site, for $12 for adults, $7 for youth, high school and college students with school ID and $1 for veterans and active military. A daily Family Pack, two parents and children, will be available (presale only) for $24. Children five and under will be admitted for $1. Groups (10 or more) discounts are available by contact TJ Land at tjland@grandpark.org. Beginning Oct. 1, presale tickets will be available for purchase at grandpark.org

Kickoff times and television coverage for all Big Ten men’s and women’s soccer tournament games will be announced at a later date.

About Westfield and Grand Park:

Westfield is located just north of Indianapolis, Indiana. It is home to almost 40,000 people and the Grand Park Sports Campus. Grand Park is a 400 + acre sports complex, with 31 outdoor fields, 26 baseball diamonds, a privately-owned basketball facility and a 370,000 sq. ft. events center. The campus boasts almost 2 million visits a year and has attracted almost $700 million of economic development since its opening. Westfield is located within one day’s drive of more than half of the United States population and within 40 minutes of the award-winning Indianapolis International Airport.

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