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Indiana Fever Basketball Basics

The Fever was established in 2000 as part of the Women's National Basketball Association’s expansion efforts. Herb Simon, the owner of the Pacers, played a significant role in establishing the franchise, which fit right into Indiana’s existing sports culture. The community embraced their professional WNBA team, which strengthened the league's presence in the Midwest.

  • WNBA Conference: Eastern

  • Mascot: Freddy Fever

  • Team Colors: Red, Navy Blue, Gold, White

  • Last Playoff Appearance: 2016 First Round vs. Phoenix Mercury

  • Last Championship: 2012 vs. Minnesota Lynx

The Indiana Fever Schedule

Each year, the Indiana Fever plays around 40 regular-season basketball games, half at home and half on the road. The schedule features a balanced mix of matchups against Eastern Conference contenders and teams from the West, ensuring fairness while promoting cross-league rivalries and fan engagement.

Key Eastern Conference Competitors

  • Connecticut Sun: The Sun have consistently been a tough competitor for the Fever due to their strong defensive play and depth of talent, which challenges Indiana’s roster.

  • Chicago Sky: The Sky’s dynamic offense often tests Indiana’s defensive capabilities, making each encounter a critical measure of the Fever's resilience.

Key Western Conference Competitors

  • Las Vegas Aces: The Aces present a key interconference challenge due to their high-scoring ability and star-studded lineup, providing a benchmark for the Fever's competitiveness.

  • Seattle Storm: Games against the Storm have been pivotal, providing intensity that pushes the Fever to elevate their game against one of the WNBA’s perennial powerhouses.

Gainbridge Fieldhouse

Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Downtown Indianapolis opened in 1999 and has a seating capacity of around 17,000. In addition to serving as the home venue for the Fever, the arena hosts the Indiana Pacers, premier concerts, and other community events.


Spaces near the Gainbridge Fieldhouse fill up fast, so consider reserving a spot for your vehicle in advance. GoTickets allows you to secure parking when you purchase your Indiana Fever basketball tickets, and we highly recommend taking advantage of this convenient feature. 

If you prefer to search for vacancies upon arrival, the closest lots can be found at the following locations:

  • 155 Delaware Street

  • 120 Virginia Avenue

  • 101 S Alabama Street

Alternative Transportation

For those who prefer public transportation, the IndyGo bus system provides service throughout Indianapolis. Several bus routes serve the area around Gainbridge Fieldhouse, making it convenient for fans to reach the venue. Routes and schedules may vary, so it's advisable to check the IndyGo website or contact the organization directly for the most up-to-date information.

Moments That Made Headlines

There’s nothing like seeing your favorite basketball team from the stands! When you are right in the heart of the action, the atmosphere is intoxicating, as every play ignites a surge of excitement. Imagine what it must have felt like to be in the arena during these spectacular moments in Indiana Fever history:

  • 6/5/2000: On a groundbreaking day for Indiana sports, the Fever earned their first franchise victory at home, defeating the Miami Sol 80–59. The final minutes had fans on their feet, as they watched the team go on a thrilling 35–14 tear. Indiana’s starters outscored Miami’s 66–24. 

  • 10/21/2012: Three years after a heartbreaking loss in their first WNBA Finals appearance, the Fever seized their opportunity for redemption, defeating the Minnesota Lynx 87–78 to win their first WNBA Championship. Standout starter Tamika Catchings earned MVP honors.

  • 9/11/2016: Indiana clinched their 12th consecutive playoff berth with an 80–73 win over the Washington Mystics. This victory set the record for the longest streak of playoff appearances in WNBA history, putting the team on par with other professional sports franchise playoff records.

  • 9/8/2019: Kelsey Mitchell scored 38 points against the Connecticut Sun, setting a franchise record for points in a regular-season game and the WNBA record for three-pointers made in a game. The decisive 104–76 final score made Mitchell’s achievements even sweeter!

  • 5/3/2024: In her Indiana Fever debut, Caitlin Clark scored 21 points in front of a sellout crowd at Gainbridge Fieldhouse. The preseason game gave fans a glimpse of what they can expect from the NCAA Division 1 all-time leading scorer and former Iowa Hawkeyes phenom.

Frequently Asked Questions

When do Indiana Fever tickets go on sale?

Indiana Fever tickets typically go on sale when the WNBA schedule is announced, around mid-December each year. If you need last-minute seats, explore listings from verified resellers at

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How much are Indiana Fever tickets?

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Are Indiana Fever tickets cheaper than Indiana Pacers tickets?

Although pricing fluctuates, Indiana Fever tickets are often less expensive than Indiana Pacers tickets. This is due to differences in player salaries as well as seat availability and current demand.

Are Indiana Fever tickets sold out?

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