After leading the North American Soccer League in attendance during its inaugural season, the Indy Eleven faces a big challenge to maintain that momentum. The team has lobbied hard for an 18,000-seat home venue. Now it has to prove it can fill it.
In this week’s IBJ special Interview Issue, Peter Wilt is one of 29 people profiled. I’m using some space on The Score to reveal more of Wilt’s thoughts on sports business, fandom and connecting with the community.
Indy Eleven officials want to raise revenue but have no interest in raising ticket prices. With the team selling out home games, Eleven chief Peter Wilt will have to get creative, and eventually make another run at a new stadium.