Indianapolis Colts Packages Tickets
Indianapolis Colts ticket packages
Ever since moving from Baltimore to Indianapolis in 1984, the Colts have turned the city from a basketball mecca into a town that is mad for football as well. Playing in the "House that Peyton Built," Colts games feature an electric atmosphere with an Indiana twist. Easily purchase your Indianapolis Colts ticket packages at StubHub.
More about the Indianapolis Colts
The Colts play in the AFC South. Quarterbacked by Andrew Luck and coached by Frank Reich, the Colts have always been known for playing a brand of football that features a high-powered offense. This began under Peyton Manning who led the Colts to an unequaled record of success, including the franchise's first Super Bowl win since the move to Indianapolis. The Colts were a regular playoff participant with Manning at the helm of the offense, and the rivalry between Manning and Tom Brady is one of the best in NFL history.
The Indianapolis Colts experience
The Colts play their home games at Lucas Oil Stadium. The stadium was constructed in 2008 and seats approximately 67,000 for football. The stadium is equipped with a retractable roof, although the roof is often closed for Colts' games. Lucas Oil Stadium replaced the RCA Dome, which was the Colts' first home in Indianapolis. The stadium is equipped with many amenities that improve fans' gameday experience. The American Family Insurance Touchdown Town allows fan to congregate outside the stadium and play interactive games. The stadium is very tailgate friendly, and Colts' fans know how to throw a good tailgate party. Inside the stadium, the fans can watch the games in comfort no matter how cold it gets in Indianapolis in the fall.
The history of the Indianapolis Colts
The Colts have a proud history that dates back to their early days in Baltimore. The franchise was founded in 1953 and played in Memorial Stadium. In those days, the Colts were synonymous with the quarterback Johnny Unitas. The Colts teams in the late 1960s were dominant although the team lost in perhaps the biggest upset in NFL history when they were defeated by Joe Namath and the Jets in Super Bowl III. The Colts left Baltimore for Indianapolis and the promise of a new stadium. The Colts struggled for years after moving to Indiana, but a run in the mid-1990s left them inches short of a Super Bowl. After drafting Manning in the 1998 NFL Draft, it was sunny days for this franchise until the time when Manning left town after the 2011 season.
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