Lucas Oil Stadium
Indianapolis, IN is home to Lucas Oil Stadium, which opened in 2008 and boasts 139 luxury suites spread across multiple levels. Clients of LuxuryVIPSuites.com have their choice of location depending on the size of their group. Featuring a wide range of configurations, from 8 to 72 people, you are sure to find the perfect Colts suite for you. We have everything from Field Level Suites, which are merely a few feet away from the game, all the way to Super Suites which are comprised of amenities including personal TVs between each leather stadium seat, private bathrooms, and VIP parking. When searching for the optimal way to host a corporate event, Colts suites are the way to go.
Lucas Oil Stadium has a state of the art retractable roof which adds to the ambience with a beautiful view of downtown Indianapolis when the weather is nice, but can also close up to protect you from the harsh elements. Please call LuxuryVIPSuites.com today at 610-828-7407 to begin the process of acquiring a Colts luxury suite for a game this season. We handle every detail to ensure a smooth and unforgettable experience.
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Watch history in the making in an Indianapolis Colts luxury suite!
The history of the Colts franchise dates back more than 60 years and spans across two American cities. It includes several league championships, two Super Bowls, and two of the most iconic quarterbacks in football lore.
Privileged with the honor of getting to watch two of the greatest quarterbacks of all time in Johnny Unitas and Peyton Manning, Colts fans have also endured a long and dark period marred by a lack of success on the field and a controversial and heartbreaking move from Baltimore to Indianapolis under owner Robert Irsay.
Jim Irsay, Robert’s son, is now the owner of the Colts and has seen his team through a momentous Super Bowl victory in 2006, the opening of an incredible venue at Lucas Oil Stadium in 2008, as well as through the transition from Peyton Manning to Andrew Luck and beyond.
Reminiscent of the season in which Peyton Manning missed every game due to injury, Andrew Luck missed all of the 2017 season with an ongoing shoulder problem. A disappointing final tally of 4-12 ushered in the firing of Chuck Pagano at the end of the year. A worried fan base was clinging to their hopes that Andrew Luck would return to right the ship under a new head coach. Undoubtedly still feeling some pain, Luck persevered through a rough beginning to the season and ended up putting up some great numbers in 2018 (earning AP Comeback Player of the Year honors) while guiding his team to a playoff berth. However, the injuries and resulting pain continued to pile up, leading Luck to make the stunning announcement in late August of 2019 that he was walking away from football and retiring at the age of 29.
The first season in Indy went fairly well for new head coach Frank Reich. It was his first as a head coach, coming from the Philadelphia Eagles as their offensive coordinator and winning the Super Bowl there. A former NFL quarterback, Reich played behind Jim Kelly and is thought of as one of the best backup quarterbacks of all time. He played a major role in several dramatic comeback wins during his 13 seasons as a player. After taking some time in retirement, Reich spent the last 10 years bouncing around the league in various coaching positions. His diverse background has given him the confidence to know how to handle tough situations. He proved that last year by going 10-6, good enough for second place in the AFC South and making the playoffs. After a dominant performance against Houston in the Wild Card round, the Colts were overmatched by the Kansas City Chiefs. After having the rug pulled out from under him with Luck’s retirement just a week prior to the 2019 season, Reich’s game plan would have to shift.
Luckily, there is a wealth of talent on this roster. Star receivers T.Y. Hilton and Zach Pascal are always ready to have a breakout game. Former Carolina Panthers receiver. Tight end Jack Doyle is one of the most reliable in the game. Fighting back from an injury last season, he put up some great numbers in 2019. The quarterback position, however, would be the deciding factor when it came to the fate of this team. Veteran backup Jacoby Brissett had been thrust into the spotlight as the starter. Colts fans across the country cheered him on as he worked hard to keep his team in the fight. In an offseason stunner, Indianapolis announced the free agency signing of Philip Rivers. Coming over from the Chargers after 16 years, Rivers takes over the starting role on a one year deal with a mindset solely focused on a Super Bowl title.
Marlon Mack had a great 2019 season, going over 1,000 yards for the first time in his career. Add to the offensive line Quenton Nelson, the number six overall pick in the 2018 draft who can open up some big holes and give the running game a boost. Brissett, too, will benefit from the protection of his new guard out of Notre Dame. Canton-bound kicker Adam Vinatieri always has great success putting the ball through the uprights in Indianapolis and anywhere else this team travels.
The Indianapolis defense got a big offseason boost when they signed veteran defensive end Justin Houston. An instant leader, Houston reinvigorated this squad which features Anthony Walker, Darius Leonard, Kenny Moore, and Malik Hooker. The Colts had three picks in the second round of the 2019 draft and used two of them to add to their defense. Rock Ya-Sin was chosen out of Temple to play cornerback while Ben Banogu was selected from LSU at linebacker.
As the Colts start the 2020 season and hope to make another playoff run, Coach Reich and company have aspirations of adding another Lombardi Trophy to a franchise that has been home to such enormous talents as Peyton Manning, Johnny Unitas, Marvin Harrison, Reggie Wayne, and Dwight Freeney. Click here for more information about the Indianapolis Colts.
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