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The WNBA's Indiana Fever play at Gainbridge Fieldhouse Pacers Sports & Entertainment

Indiana Fever

Indianapolis' WNBA Team

The WNBA’s Indiana Fever were founded in the league’s inaugural season in 2000. The Fever’s legacy took shape in 2001 with the draft of Basketball Hall of Fame legend Tamika Catchings. The team quickly became playoff mainstays culminating in a WNBA championship in 2012 under coach Lin Dunn and a team featuring Catchings, Katie Douglas, and Tully Bevilaqua. Today, the Fever are building a new generation of talent under coach Christie Sides.

After drafting Aliyah Boston from South Carolina with the first pick in the 2023 WNBA draft, the Fever are set to once again pick first. A legacy is being built and there has never been a better time to get to Gainbridge Fieldhouse and cheer for the Fever.

In 2024, 36 of 40 regular season games on national television during the 25th regular season in franchise history. The first four games of the Fever regular season schedule will appear on ABC, ESPN or Prime Video platforms. Throughout the regular season, Indiana will play two games on ABC, five games on ESPN, one game on ESPN 2, two games on CBS, one game on CBS Sports Network, eight games on ION, four games on Prime Video and 13 games on NBA TV.

Welcome, Caitlin Clark

The NCAA Division I all-time leading scorer and Hawkeye star, Caitlin Clark, joins the Indiana Fever team for the 2024 season. Not only has Clark finished her last season at University of Iowa with more points - 3,951 - than any player, man or woman, before her, but she is the only D-I women's player to have over 1,000 assists in her career.

Indiana Fever 2024 Schedule

Fever Games at Gainbridge Fieldhouse

As one of the only NBA arenas designed specifically for viewing basketball games, Gainbridge Fieldhouse is often lauded as the most spectator-friendly arena in the league. Located in the heart of downtown Indianapolis, the Fieldhouse is steps away from hotels, restaurants, and bars. In addition to the Fever and the NBA’s Indiana Pacers, the Fieldhouse also regularly hosts the Big Ten Men’s and Women’s Championships, NCAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournament games, concerts, professional wrestling, and a myriad of other special events.

Plan Your Visit

Thanks to its convenient location in downtown Indianapolis, finding parking for Gainbridge Fieldhouse is extremely convenient. In addition to the attached Virginia Avenue Parking Garage visitors can find nearby parking in a variety of lots and garages. Tickets for Fever games can be purchased through the Gainbridge Fieldhouse box office. The Fieldhouse offers a wide range of accessibility services to those needing special accommodation.

The Fieldhouse of the Future

Gainbridge Fieldhouse is recently completed major renovations to modernize this classic facility. The spectacular new Bicentennial Unity Plaza on the north side of the arena is a new addition that features a basketball court during the summer and an ice-skating rink during the winter. Public art and community programming make this space an iconic addition to this already spectacular facility.

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