Lucas Oil Stadium
|Country||United States of America|
|Inauguration||24.08.2008 (Indianapolis Colts - Buffalo Bills)|
|Date of project||2005|
|Cost||720 mln $|
|Ownership||Indiana Stadium and Convention Building Authority|
|Address||500 South Capitol Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana 46225|
|Within the project||retractable roof, retractable glass walls|
|Notice||The stadium may be enlarged to 70 000 if needed, works with that capacity in basketball mode.|
New design: Second chance for Indianapolis
It's a preliminary concept for now but already seems impressive and is getting thumbs up from authorities. A 20,000-capacity stadium would be surrounded by additional uses and might bring actual revenue to the city.
USA: Minneapolis selected to host Super Bowl 2018
After four rounds of voting the NFL owners chose the new Vikings Stadium as host of the 2018 Super Bowl. One of the world’s most popular events will take place at a stadium that doesn’t exist yet.
USA: Another death at an NFL stadium
Looking at the sad statistic of fatal falls, American NFL seems to be among the most dangerous leagues in the world. In the past decade over a dozen people died and the last episode of this frightening story took place last weekend.
USA: Players and coaches with microphones?
In an attempt to bring more fans to NFL games, the league authorities are planning to plant microphones onto players and coaches, allowing everyone to hear what they say. According to Sports Business Journal, it’s a matter of a couple upcoming seasons.
USA: What’s better for matchday experience than a camera in the changing rooms?
American Football league NFL continues its efforts to compete with TV broadcasting. In another attempt to get fans off their couches and into the stands, the league has just mandated… changing room cameras.
USA: Bar-type standing terraces growing in the NFL?
An executive of the NFL predicts that future stadiums may be less about watching the game and more about a bar-type atmosphere of special decks with standing room. LA Times and NBC report.