NASL’s Indy Eleven Announces Honda as Official Automobile

October 2, 2013

North American Sooccer League (NASL) club Indy Eleven have announced a new partnership with Honda designating the Japanese car manufacturesn as the Official Automobile of Indy Eleven.

Heading into its inaugural season in NASL, Indy Eleven’s three-year deal includes having the Honda logo on the front of their jerseys and all uniforms worn by the Indiana side through the entirety of the agreement.

“Indy Eleven’s partnership with Honda sets the tone for what this club plans to achieve in forming meaningful and lasting partnerships within the business community,” said Indy Eleven Owner Ersal Ozdemir. “While its national and international recognition can assist in getting Indy Eleven wider exposure, it is the possibilities provided by Honda’s Indiana connections that excite us most.”

“The Honda team of 2,000+ Hoosier employees at our Greensburg plant is excited for the upcoming season with Indy Eleven,” said Bob Nelson, HMIN president. “This partnership is a tremendous opportunity for the entire Honda family.”

“In a town where pro teams impact our daily lives and community livelihood, we’re excited and proud to be a major partner of Indiana’s newest sports organization,” said Dave Piercefield, President of Central Indiana Honda Dealers.

After nearly a year of putting together the building blocks for professional soccer in the Hoosier State, the Honda deal is another strong signal of growth for Indy Eleven as the team builds momentum towards its inaugural 2014 season.