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Old 11-14-2011, 04:42 AM
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I'm all for a sticky if someone writes a good, comprehensive post about it. Once you do, drop me a line.
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Old 11-14-2011, 05:46 AM
Location: Mason, OH
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As for soccer do a Google on both Cincinnati Adult Soccer and Cincinnati Adult Indoor Soccer. Some of thge indoor facilities located around town are:

1) Cincinnati Sports Club (link broken)
2) Soccer City
3) Town & Country Sports
4) Tri-County Soccer Plex
5) Wall2Wall
6) Western Hills Sports Mall

There is also the Southern Ohio Adult Soccer Association of which the Greater Cincinnati Adult Soccer League is a member.

The Western Hills Sport Mall has both indoor and outdoor soccer leagues for adults.

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Old 11-14-2011, 09:28 AM
Location: Oxford, Ohio
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Originally Posted by woxyroxme View Post

Forget Hyde Park or Mt. Adams, it's too overpriced and stodgy for someone your age.
You're probably right about Hyde Park. I'm not sure how many 20-somethings hang out there for the nightlife. But Mt. Adams would be a good bet for the OP, since he indicated the budget is no concern. When you've lived in NYC, I imagine the rents in Mt. Adams would seem low by comparison.

Originally Posted by Yac View Post
I'm all for a sticky if someone writes a good, comprehensive post about it. Once you do, drop me a line.
Cool. Now we just have to find someone capable of writing one from a non-biased perspective. Perhaps we should begin a search of the Cincinnati forum for someone willing to do it...?
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Old 11-15-2011, 09:33 PM
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Thanks for all the feedback guys. I appreciate it. I think I have enough to narrow my search down. Thanks again.
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Old 11-19-2011, 01:39 PM
Location: Mason, OH
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Originally Posted by Kerryman View Post
Hi all!

I'm moving to Cincinnati in January and I'm wondering where to live. I'm a 27 year old single male and am looking for an area with lots of young people and nightlife. I've heard that Mount Lookout, Hyde Park and Clifton are all good areas but they seem a bit far from the downtown area. Is the downtown area even good? Any suggestions would be very welcome. Thanks
Going back to your original post. First, if you are 27 I believe you are a bit past the college drink and drown crowd around Clifton. Depending on your likes the OTR area may offer what you are looking for, but may be a little more rough than you desire.

Hyde Park is definitely too stodgy for your tastes. Similar for Mt Lookout. Mt Adams will fit the bill providing you can afford the entrance fees.

I am not sure whether you have found anything relative to your soccer interests.

You did not indicate where your employment will be. So just guessing it will be downtown, I will say take a look across the river. Either in Mt Adams where the yuppies are or across the river in a similar but less costly atmosphere. I would recommend the Banks but it appears shortly sold out.
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Old 11-22-2011, 09:21 AM
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We have lots of soccer in the city. If you settle near Northside or Clifton, come check out the pick up at UC's practice field. Almost any night the weather's decent there will be a game going. They turn the lights on for us so we can play after dark. Around the city, there's a lot of variation in competition level from one league to the next. Check out Town & Country and Wall2Wall for high- level full field. Indoor is more of a mixed bag, with rec, coed, and competitive leagues at most facilities.
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