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Indianapolis Colts Football

After two full seasons without professional football, NFL Commissioner Bert Bell challenged the franchise in December of 1952 to sell 15,000 season tickets within six weeks in order to re-enter the NFL. They reached that 15,000-ticket quota in four weeks and three days. In 1953, the Dallas team was moved to Baltimore and they adopted the Colts name.

The Baltimore Colts became the Indianapolis Colts in 1984. They found their new home in the RCA Dome. In 1994, Thomson Consumer Electronics signed a 10-year contract to change the name of the Hoosier Dome to the RCA Dome. In January 2004, Thomson extended the deal for another five years.

In 1998, the Indianapolis Colts chose Peyton Manning as their first round draft pick. They finished that season at 3-13, but Manning showed great promise and Marshall Faulk made it to the Pro Bowl. Marshall Faulk was traded to the Rams in 1999 and the Indianapolis Colts chose Edgerrin James as their first round draft pick. James caught on quickly and Manning and Marvin Harrison clicked as a deadly passing combination. The Colts finished the season 13-3 - in what was the greatest one-year turnaround in NFL history - and won the AFC East. Manning, Harrison and James were all chosen for the Pro Bowl.

In 2004, the New England Patriots once again stomped on the Indianapolis Colts dreams of making it to the Super Bowl. For the second year in a row, Manning was named the league’s Most Valuable Player. The wide receiving trio of Marvin Harrison, Reggie Wayne and Brandon Stokley each had at least 10 touchdowns and more than 1,000 yards for the season - also a league first. Edgerrin James ended the season ranked fourth in the NFL with 1,548 yards.

They clinched a surprising playoff spot in the 2012 season making it the fourteenth playoff berth for them since 1995. They have also one two conference championships and one Super Bowl.

Lucas Oil Stadium In Indianapolis, Indiana

The Lucas Oil Stadium in located in Indianapolis, IN and is a multi-purpose stadium. It was opened in 2008 and replaced the RCA Dome. It hosted Super Bowl XLVI in 2012 and is ofter referred to as "The House That Manning Built", even though Peyton Manning is no longer with the organization.

It has a seating capacity for football games of 62,421 and can be expanded up to 70,000 for large events. It has 137 luxury suites and a semi-private 200-east party room. The stadium has a retractable roof that is to be opened or closed 90 minutes before kickoff depending on the weather.