Lucas Oil Stadium




 Lucas Oil Stadium

Lucas Oil Stadium is a state-of-the-art, 63,000-seat, retractable roof, multi-purpose stadium featuring spectacular views of the Indianapolis skyline. Opened in 2008, Lucas Oil Stadium is the site of the 2011-2015 Big Ten Football Championship Games, in addition to Super Bowl XLVI in 2012. Among many events, Lucas Oil Stadium was also the venue for the 2010 NCAA Men's Final Four and will host that event again in 2015. The NFL's Indianapolis Colts also call Lucas Oil Stadium home. For the Big Ten Football Championship Game, the venue will be configured to accommodate more than 66,000 fans.

In addition, the stadium has an infill playing surface, seven locker rooms, exhibit space, meeting rooms, operable north window, dual two-level club lounges, 137 suites, retractable sideline seating, house reduction curtains, two large video boards, ribbon boards, spacious concourses, interior and exterior plaza space, 11 indoor docks, two vehicle ramps to the event level and much, much more. LOS is connected to the newly expanded convention center and 12 hotels and entertainment options by a pedestrian connector. For more information, please visit www.LucasOilStadium.com.

  • Lucas Oil Stadium Seating Chart for 2011 Big Ten Football Championship Game (PDF document)
  • Enjoy free Wi-Fi at the game, courtesy of Verizon. Simply go to the Wi-Fi settings on your smartphone, choose "VerizonWiFiLucasOil," and connect. It's that easy!

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