The Indianapolis Colts were established in 1953, one of the first teams to join the NFL, then the AFL, then back to the NFL in 1970. Initially based in Baltimore, the team played 14 seasons before finding a home in Indianapolis. The Colts have two Super Bowl Championships in their name, one in Baltimore and one in Indianapolis. Much like the history split between cities, the team history is split into two major eras. The early days in Baltimore brought championships with the legendary Johnny Unitas at the helm. After the move to Indianapolis, a cold-streak was snapped with the draft of Peyton Manning who went on to lead the team to its second Super Bowl Championship. Since 2002, the Colts have been a perennial powerhouse in the AFC South and are always a threat to the opposition.
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Lucas Oil Stadium opened in 2008 replacing the Colts long-time home at the RCA Dome. The stadium immediately made a splash by hosting a wide array of sports and entertainment events. With a capacity of 67,000 screaming fans, the stadium serves as a challenging environment for any incoming team. With the harsh winter weather conditions, Lucas Oil Stadium also features a retractable roof, which takes only ten minutes to open.
Cheap Indianapolis Colts tickets usually are best found in the upper deck. Unsurprisingly, the closer to the action, the more expensive the tickets become. We recommend checking sections 446-449, putting you in the upper deck of the end zone corner. They’re some of the cheapest sections without sacrificing a great view of the action.