Indianapolis Colts Tickets for Sale

     The Indianapolis Colts were established 62 years ago and are headquartered in the Indianapolis Colts Football Training Center in Indianapolis, Indiana.  The team is a member of the South division of the American Football Conference in the NFL.  They play all of their home games at Lucas Oil Stadium located at 500 South Capitol Avenue.  Seating capacity for the multi-purpose stadium is 62,421 with 137 executive suites.  Since moving to Indianapolis in 1984 from Baltimore this franchise has since appeared in the playoffs sixteen times, won two conference championships, and a Super Bowl under Peyton Manning in the 2006 season.  Current QB Andrew Luck has been living up to his name, after being drafted Luck led the Colts on a very productive season ending 2012 with a record of 11-5.  Luck has already started a habit of breaking Peyton Manning’s records, his first season breaking the Colt’s single season passing yardage record.  According to the depth chart first pick to guard QB Luck is LG Lance Louise and RG Todd Herremans both exceptional players that know how to protect the quarterback, as well as create holes.  These two athletes are prime examples of the how when players work together their performance and style becomes fluid and their skill becomes apparent in how every movement has a purpose.   #4 K Adam Vinatieri is celebrating his 20th season this year, spending the first ten with the New England Patriots and his last nine with the Colt’s.  An exceptional kicker for the Colts, Vinatieri had a percentage rate from 2010-2014 that was 100% consecutively accurate.

Lucas Oil Stadium

Lucas Oil Stadium is the new stadium that replaced the RCA Dome in 2008.  It is home to the Indianapolis Colts and only the Indianapolis Colts.   However the stadium is used for other entertainment events it is a multi-purpose facility for example the facility is already known for two famous music competitions in the United States; the Bands of America Grand National Championships, which features the top high school marching bands, and the Drum Corps International Championships.  Both Organizations serve corps style bands. The stadium has already hosted a Super Bowl in 2012, Lucas Oil Stadium hosted Super Bowl XLVI.  The stadium is often still referred to as “The House That Manning Built,” even though Peyton Manning no longer plays for the team.  Prior to the construction of the new stadium it was already announced that Lucas Oil had already purchased the naming rights for $121 million over 20 years.

The exterior of the stadium is faced with reddish-brown brick trimmed with Indiana Limestone; a favorite among several other Indiana sports venues in the area such as Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Hinkle Fieldhouse, and the Fairgrounds Coliseum.  This architectural style complements the older structures and plays to Indiana’s deep roots in community connection they share with each other over their love of all sports and in showing support anyway they can to their own teams and to other teams in the state.