The Lucas Oil Stadium is a multi-purpose site in Downtown Indianapolis. Its reddish-brown brick appearance is similar to other popular football and basketball venues such as the Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Hinkle Fieldhouse, and the Fairgrounds Coliseum. Some of its most special features are the retractable roof and windows, but nothing can compare to its underground walkway that directly connects the stadium to the Indiana Convention Center.
The stadium houses NFL’s Indianapolis Colts, and it was originally built as a replacement for RCA Rome and for the expansion of the convention center. It holds the Vince Lombardi trophy the Colts won in the 2006 Super Bowl. Aside from NFL matches with the home team, significant past events in the stadium include the Super Bowl XLVI, NCAA Men’s Basketball Final Four, and International Champions Cup.
Home Team: Indianapolis Colts