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The NFL’s Indianapolis Colts relocated to Indianapolis from Baltimore in 1984 and have built a winning tradition. Originally, the Colts played in the Hoosier Dome (later renamed the RCA Dome) until Lucas Oil Stadium opened in 2008.
The storied history of the franchise has seen quarterback legends including Johnny Unitas, Peyton Manning, and Andrew Luck. Manning’s 2007 team won a Super Bowl title thanks to Coach Tony Dungy and Ring of Honor players including Edgerrin James, Marvin Harrison, Reggie Wayne, Dwight Freeney, and Robert Mathis. Today, Coach Frank Reich and leads a highly competitive squad that competes in the AFC South where they annually battle the Tennessee Titans, Houston Texans, and Jacksonville Jaguars for divisional titles.
Lucas Oil Stadium is home to the Colts and is located in the heart of downtown Indianapolis adjacent to the Indiana Convention Center. In addition to the Colts, Lucas Oil Stadium has also played host to the Big Ten Football Championship, College Football Playoff Championship, NCAA Men’s Basketball Final Four, concerts, conventions, and more.
The Colts play 17 regular seasons games with eight at home in Lucas Oil Stadium. They also play three preseason games. The stadium has 67,000 permanent seats, 139 suites, and two club lounges. When the weather permits the roof and a north-facing window that frames the Indianapolis skyline are opened to let the outside in.
Thanks to its convenient location in downtown Indianapolis, finding parking for Lucas Oil Stadium is extremely convenient. In addition to the stadium’s South Lot, parking is available throughout downtown in lots, garages, and surrounding streets. Tickets for games can be purchased through the Lucas Oil Stadium ticket office on the southeast corner of the stadium on Capitol Avenue. Lucas Oil Stadium offers accessibility services, and guests are encouraged to make them aware of special needs when purchasing tickets.