This season might look different from football seasons past, but as always, the Indianapolis Colts want to protect the health and safety of their fans while also ensuring maximum fun. Here’s a rundown of the precautions and procedures in place at Lucas Oil Stadium to protect your health when you attend Indianapolis Colts home games. Interested in attending a game? Visit Colts.com/tickets to secure your seats for an upcoming game!
Be Fit to Play
All fans and gameday staff will participate in a COVID-19 screening, including a temperature check and questionnaire prior to entering Lucas Oil Stadium. If you are feeling sick, stay home!
Two Yards Can Change the Game
Fans are required to practice physical distancing — standing/sitting at least 6 feet away from other people not in their party — while inside and outside the stadium. Fortunately, Lucas Oil Stadium has multiple entries and exits at four separate gates and more than 1 million square feet of club, concourse and corridor space, so fans will have ample space to practice distancing. Stadium capacity has been reduced to meet local, NFL and CDC guidelines, so stadium seating will be spaced farther apart. As such, seating will be grouped in “pods” to maintain distance between groups who are not known to one another.
Protecting the Team Starts with You
Face coverings are required at all times for fans over the age of 2, except when actively eating or drinking. Fans are also encouraged to wash and sanitize their hands regularly.
Ticketing is fully mobile to create a more secure and safer entry for fans. Colts games will also be cashless for the 2020 season, and fans can pay by major credit card, Apple Pay and Google Pay. Cash-to-card machines will be available for fans who need to exchange their cash for prepaid debit cards. These machines are located outside sections 116 and 543.
“The entire experience was amazing because of everything the Colts organization did to keep us safe, and how unobtrusive the safety measure all felt,” says Colts season ticket member Justin Mescher, who brought his 5-year-old son, Trent, to a recent game. “Safe family, a once-in-a-lifetime experience with my son, and a Colts win … you can’t get much better than that!”
For more information about gameday safety protocols, visit Colts.com/game-day/know-before-you-go.