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Formerly the Conseco Fieldhouse, Bankers Life Fieldhouse was built in 1997, and has been the home court for the NBA's Indianapolis Indiana Pacers team since 1999. The women's professional basketball team, the Indiana Fever, have also played at the Fieldhouse since 2000.
This award-winning downtown Indianapolis facility hosts a variety of world-class events throughout the year. Whether having fun at the latest concert, taking the kids to see the Disney on Ice performance or enjoying a night out, watching the latest Cirque du Soleil performance, the Fieldhouse is the place to be.
Not only the home turf for the National Football League's Indianapolis Colts, but Lucas Oil Stadium is also an impressive state-of-the-art facility, hosting a variety of events. Built in 2008, the multi-purpose center features a retractable roof, locker rooms, meeting and exhibit space, suites, lounges, large video boards and spacious concourses.
This incredible downtown Indianapolis facility is connected to the Indiana Convention Center, boasting of 566,000 square feet of space. Partake in a a behind-the-scenes stadium tour to see the press box, NFL locker room and the playing field. While at the stadium, be sure to bring your camera to capture the awesome Indianapolis skyline.
The Notre Dame Fighting Irish is one of the premier college athletics programs in the country. Based out of South Bend in northern Indiana, Notre Dame has a long and storied history. Plan your next visit to South Bend, or nearby Mishawaka, for the fall and enjoy an exciting college football game at Notre Dame Stadium.
Opened in 1930 at a cost of $750,000, Notre Dame Stadium seats 80,795 fans. You can find the stadium on the Notre Dame campus, just east of Highway 31 along Moose Krause Circle. Each year, the college football season kicks off in September and plays through the new year.
Located on the Indiana State Fairgrounds, the Pepsi Coliseum has been a Indianapolis landmark since it was built in 1939. The 8,200-seat coliseum was home to the Indiana Pacers from 1967 to 1974 and has been home to the Tier I ice hockey team, the Indiana Ice, since 1988.
The 11,000-seat coliseum hosts a variety of events including rodeos, concerts, circus events, livestock competitions, ice skating, and skating lessons in Indianapolis. Visit the fairgrounds to attend the Indianapolis Boat, Sport & Travel Show, the All American Horse Classic and concerts, held throughout the year.
The home field for MLB's Indianapolis Indians, and the Triple-A Affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates, Victory Field opened in 1996 – replacing Bush Stadium. The ideal downtown Indianapolis location, neighbors Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Lucas Oil Stadium and the Indiana University Natatorium.
Visit the "Best Minor League Ballpark in America", as noted by Sports Illustrated, to cheer on the Indians for a fun day at the ballpark. Fans love the festival-style lawn seating, the 12,202 stadium seats and luxury suites. Enjoy a delicious meal at one of the downtown Indianapolis restaurants before the game, to round out your time in the city.