Indianapolis Colts Pittsburgh Tickets
Winner of fifteen Division Championships, the Indianapolis Colts will be facing the Pittsburgh Steelers at the Heinz Field this season. Prepare yourselves to join thousands of football lovers by getting Indianapolis Colts Pittsburgh tickets for the game. In addition to the Division Titles, the Colts have won seven Conference Championships, three NFL Championships and two Super Bowl Championships. They have also made twenty six playoff appearances. The team is owned by Jim Irsay. Ryan Grigson is the team’s General Manager whereas Head Coach Chuck Pagano leads the team. The team’s legendary coaches, Weeb Ewbank, Mike McCormack and Don Shula have been inducted to the “Pro Football Hall of Fame” amongst many other Colts legends. Recently the Colts won Wild Card Playoffs against the Chiefs in 2013.
With an all time winning percentage of 0.6875, the Indianapolis Colts are way ahead of the opposing Pittsburgh Steelers who stand at 0.5. Indianapolis Colts Pittsburgh tickets are selling for the football season this year. Visit the Heinz Field in Pittsburgh with your friends to share the live experience of the game. Based in Indiana, the Indianapolis Colts plays their home games at the Lucas Oil Stadium. The team belongs to the National Football League, plays in the South Division and is an associated member of the American Football Conference. The Colts became a member of the NFL and were one of the very few teams to switch to the AFC following the 1970 AFL-NFL merger.
During their stay in Baltimore, the team advanced to the post season ten times and won three NFL Championships (1958, 1959 and 1968) in the process. While in Baltimore, they also made two Super Bowl appearances, winning Super Bowl V by beating the Dallas Cowboys. Since the team moved to Indianapolis in 1984, it has made fourteen playoff appearances.
Outstanding Colts players, who have made it to the “Pro Football Hall of Fame”, include Marshall Faulk, Jim Parker, Richard Dent, Joe Perry, Eric Dickerson and Johnny Unitas amongst others. Eleven of the players were inducted to the “Ring of Honor” including Bill Brooks, Marvin Harrison, Marshall Faulk, Tony Dungy, Edgerrin James amongst others.
To catch this legendary team live in action, do watch their upcoming game against the Steelers.