The Indianapolis Indians are the Triple-A affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates. Founded in 1902, the Indians are recognized as the second oldest minor league franchise in American professional baseball. The club played in Bush Stadium on the city’s westside until 1996 when they moved to downtown’s Victory Field which was been called the “best minor league stadium in America” by Sports Illustrated in 2001.
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Indians Games at Victory Field
One of the defining features of Victory Field is its positioning in downtown that frames the city skyline. A grassy area beyond the outfield wall is a favorite spot for families to pitch a blanket. Located in the heart of downtown Indianapolis, Victory Field is steps away from hotels, restaurants, and bars.
The Indians play 150 games each year with half of those at home. Victory Field has 12,230 fixed seats but can accommodate 14,230 fans with lawn and standing space. Suites, a party deck, and party terraces are available for entertaining.
Plan Your Visit
Thanks to its convenient location in downtown Indianapolis, finding parking for Victory Field is extremely convenient. In addition to limited parking at the stadium, visitors can find nearby parking in a variety of lots and garages. Tickets for Indians games can be purchased through the Victory Field box office. Victory Field offers accessibility services for those needing special accommodation.