Each year in May, Indianapolis welcomes crowds to the largest single-day sporting event in the world: The Indianapolis 500. On February 5, 2012, Indy stepped into the international spotlight again to play host to one of the world’s most watched sporting events: Super Bowl XLVI.
Decades of thoughtful planning and strategic investment by civic leaders, nonprofits, and private industry have built Indianapolis into a true sports capital. The Super Bowl created a new opportunity to demonstrate our capability. We rose to the occasion, and in doing so, we positioned ourselves to be able to think boldly as we envision and plan our next steps.
In this brief window, we have a chance to capitalize on our momentum and take some critical strides toward making Indianapolis a more globally recognized city. Global business and economic development initiatives are already underway, and an equally important initiative to support those efforts will be the development of the Indianapolis World Sports Park.
The Indianapolis World Sports Park will be located on the site of Post Road Community Park. This 40-acre footprint will be transformed into a modular complex designed for international-level tournaments as well as amenities to serve the local community. Cricket, Lacrosse, Hurling, Rugby, and International Basketball are some of the key sports the park will accommodate.
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