You’re never too young to be an Indianapolis Colts fan.
And for fans between the ages of 4 and 14, there’s a club that was made just for them. Parents and caregivers can sign up their kids for the Colts Kids Club, which gives kids a unique, behind-the-scenes look at their favorite football team.
For a one-time membership fee of $30, Colts Kids Club members receive a personalized membership kit, newsletters and invitations to exclusive Kids Club events. The membership kit includes fun Colts-related gear, including a Colts jersey lunch cooler, a Colts water bottle, a banner flag of quarterback Andrew Luck, and Blue’s Road Trip Through Indiana, a book written by Colts mascot, Blue. Once they become members, kids receive access to events and newsletters until they are 14 years old.
After two regular home games, Kids Club members are invited down to the Lucas Oil Stadium field for post-game visits, where they can run around, take photos, throw footballs and imagine what it would be like to play a game in the Colts’ home stadium.
“It’s a quick 30-minute visit to the field, but the kids love the feeling of being down on the field just like our players,” says Alexa Strobridge, senior marketing manager for the Indianapolis Colts.
The most popular Kids Club event takes place in October with the Halloween Party — and this year, the fun will be open to all kids, not just Kids Club members. Kids are encouraged to wear their favorite costume and join the Colts for a night of trick-or-treating, games, and meet-and-greets with Colts players and cheerleaders, right inside the stadium.
Learn more about Colts Kids Club and sign up at colts.com/kids.
When Blue isn’t on the field cheering on the Indianapolis Colts, he’s busy traveling around Indiana and writing about his adventures. Blue’s Road Trip Through Indiana — written by the man behind the mascot, Trey Mock — was inspired by Blue’s travels over the past 10 years. Blue has visited more than 1,500 Indiana schools to provide free educational programs, and his journey has taken him to some well-known places around the state, including Quilt Gardens in Elkhart County, Turkey Run State Park and Indiana Dunes. The illustrated children’s book encourages kids to seek out their own traveling adventures, and includes a picture of Blue that kids can cut out and take with them on their next trip. Blue’s Road Trip Through Indiana is included with the Kids Club membership, and is also available online at Amazon and the Colts Pro Shop.