Sports fans, rejoice! Because when you live at our apartments in Anderson, you’ll absolutely love having easy and convenient access to some of the best sporting events in the city. Spend your warm spring and summer days at the baseball park or watch a history-making soccer event in person – there are so many fun events happening this year. Here are some awesome sporting events happening near Arbors of Anderson.
Nothing screams summer like watching America’s favorite past-time – a baseball game. Round up your friends and family and head over to the Great American Ballpark, just 15 minutes from our Anderson Township apartments, to catch a Cincinnati Reds game. With games running through September and into early October, it’s the perfect excuse to relax in the stands while cheering on your favorite team in Reds Country. Tickets start at just $8 and you’ll want to keep an eye out for special events at the stadium as well. Buy tickets, view the schedule, and check out stats on the Cincinnati Reds website.
Put on all your orange and blue and get ready for an energy-filled day when you attend an FC Cincinnati match. This soccer club seems to just get better and better every year and this season will be no exception. Expect jam-packed seats at TQL Stadium, just a 20-minute drive from our apartments in Anderson, where you’ll experience soccer fandom at its finest. Games run through early October and tickets start at $17 (varies per game). View stats, schedules, purchase season tickets, and more on the FC Cincinnati website.
USMNT vs. Morocco at TQL Stadium
Mark your calendars for June 1st because the US Men’s National Soccer Team is coming to TQL Stadium to compete against Morocco for an International Friendly. One of just a few United States stops, this is a match that truly can’t be missed. Tickets start at $70 and can be purchased here.
Show your support and your team spirit at one of these amazing sporting events happening near our Anderson Township apartments. Stop by Arbors of Anderson and tour our stunning floor plans today.