Founded initially as the Baltimore Colts in 1953, fans would not have a chance to
purchase Colts tickets in Indianapolis until the team relocated in 1984. After the Colts
made their move to Indianapolis, they went on to appear in the playoffs
fourteen times. Colts tickets have given fans a chance to cheer the team on
to two AFC Championships, and a Super Bowl victory over the Chicago Bears in Super Bowl XLI.
Fans lucky enough to be in possession of
Colts tickets were able to witness
Peyton Manning win his first championship.
Colts tickets have
allowed fans the chance to watch the team make a playoff run nine times.
The rivalry the team shares with the New England Patriots was one of the fiercest rivalries in the 2000's. The two teams have been division
rivals since 1970, yet this rivalry did not become intense until after the Colts had been
moved to the AFC south. Still, fans enjoy the rivalry which has its roots in the
comparisons made between Peyton Manning and Tom Brady, and Colts tickets for
games against the Patriots remain a highly sought after item as they allow fans a
chance to participate in the rivalry, and to lend support to the Colts every time they
face the Patriots on the field.
With a $720 million price tag and a capacity of 70,000, Lucas Oil Stadium provides fans with nothing but the best during Colts home games. Colts tickets give fans access to a state of the art facility that
since it first opened in 2008, has offered such features as a movable window wall and
a mechanized retractable roof. Designed to compliment many other older structures
found in the downtown area the stadium has given Indianapolis a new state of the art complex that complements the downtown metro area's historic skyline.
Fans of the team welcome the chance to don the blue and white and cheer the Colts
to victory over rivals such as the New England Patriots and Tennessee Titans.
The team's mascot, Blue, is a familiar sight during any home game, cheering the team
on alongside Indianapolis residents, fans of the team, and other holders of Colts
tickets. The team has enjoyed staunch support from its fan base over the past two and
a half decades since it took up residence in Indianapolis. The sizable investment made
in Lucas Oil stadium offers insight to the importance Indianapolis places in the
team, and the huge fan turnout whenever they play at home. For
many fans, the small cost of purchase needed for Colts tickets offers a great value and
the chance to cheer on the team in person is not to be missed.
12-4-12: Behind rookie sensation Andrew Luck the colts have strung together a couple of dramatic wins. Luck’s numbers aren’t staggering but his poise on key drives has been remarkable for a rookie. At 8-4 and riding high off of last week’s comeback win in Detroit, the Colts will head into battle with the Titans at home. Following that matchup, they will play the Houston Texans twice along with the Kansas City Chiefs.
1-9-13: Andrew Luck is the leading candidate for rookie of the year, rightfully so. After a dismal and injury plagued 2011 which brought only two wins to the franchise all season Luck and the Colts finished second in their division, winning 11 games. It was a great ride until it ended against Baltimore in the AFC wild card game last week. Luck and his offense was held to just 9 points in a game that wasn’t as lopsided as the score implies. With Luck leading this team for the foreseeable future, the results seem extremely promising. This first playoff loss should be used as a lesson, look for the Colts to be perennial contenders in the near future.