Colts owner Jim Irsay, whose family owns the team, announced the team is on a three-game homestand starting next week.
The team will host FC Cincinnati, then play Chicago in an Eastern Conference match.
It will then play Toronto FC in a CONCACAF Champions League match, before finishing its trip in Florida.
Irsa, who is also chairman and CEO of Irsac Financial Group, has owned the Colts since 2004.
The Colts have won the last six league titles.
“The Indy Eleven team will be a special fixture in Indianapolis,” Irsasaid in a statement.
“It will bring a special atmosphere and a unique experience for our supporters.
It is important that we get the right team together and we are happy to announce that we have the right people on board to take on the challenge of creating a team with an exciting, innovative, and well-rounded brand.”
We will continue to focus on the business aspect of our business, which is important to us and we will do everything we can to deliver the best possible experience to our fans.
“The next two weeks of the season are critical for our team, and I’m proud to announce we have an all-star lineup in place for both matches.”
Irsay said in the statement that the team will use a blend of players from the NASL, USL, MLS, and Major League Soccer.
Ilsay said the Colts will play in their own stadium, but will not have an affiliated team in an existing facility, such as an arena or an existing training facility.
The team’s home stadium, the University of Phoenix Stadium, opened last summer.
The stadium was purchased for $9.2 million in December 2016, but has been undergoing renovations and will host two matches this year.
Last year, the team played its home games at the University Park Stadium in Indianapolis, and in October the team hosted a friendly in New York against the New York Cosmos.
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