Friday, February 15, 2013

[G] Through the tunnel and onto the field...see inside the Indianapolis Colts stadium on Google Maps

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Google Lat Long: Through the tunnel and onto the field...see inside the Indianapolis Colts stadium on Google Maps

The Super Bowl is over, the lockers are cleared out and the players have gone home, but passionate football fans across the U.S. are already counting the days (202 to be exact!) until the 2013 kickoff of the National Football League (NFL). What will we do with our Sundays for the next 6 months?!

To fill the football void, you can turn to Google Maps. Where, starting today, you can take a VIP, 360-degree interactive photo tour of Lucas Oil Stadium, home of the Indianapolis Colts. This is the first imagery of inside an NFL stadium in Google Maps, and another example of how we’re working hard (and having fun!) building the most comprehensive, accurate and usable map of the world -- complete with imagery from inside your favorite sporting venues.

The large Colts helmet at mid-field is a key focal point for all Colts fans

With this new interactive, 360 degree imagery, you can march out of the tunnel and down the field towards the end zone, just like Andrew Luck did all season. Or check out the Colts’ locker room where Head Coach Chuck Pagano gave his memorable post-game locker room speech on November 4, after an inspirational win against the Miami Dolphins. You can also explore the stadium’s three concourses and suites, including the Quarterback Suite, a Field Level Suite and Loge-Level Suite.

The official locker room of the Indianapolis Colts

Together with the Colts and Lucas Oil Stadium, we’re thrilled to give you, the fans, a behind-the-scenes look at the home of the Colts, and enable anyone to “visit” the stadium from wherever they may be.

Check out the stadium images by searching for “Lucas Oil Stadium” or “Colts Stadium” in Google Maps on your browser, Android or iPhone app or visit the Street View Gallery. And be sure to check out for more details.

Posted by Evan Rapoport, Product Manager, Google Maps

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