Jeff Castner: Best Sports Venues in Indianapolis

Posted: October 18, 2014 in Career, Education, Sports, Sports Fan

Indianapolis is known as the home to one of the biggest sporting events in the history of modern sport: the Indy 500, which takes place every Memorial Day weekend at Indy’s Motor Speedway. As longtime Indianapolis resident Jeff Castner knows, his hometown is perhaps best known throughout the world for what is considered the “Greatest Spectacle in Racing”, though the large metropolis also contains numerous other professional sporting opportunities the casual visitor may not be aware of.

Lucas Oil Stadium

Lucas Oil Stadium is home to one of Jeff Castner’s favorite professional teams, the Indianapolis Colts, which keeps this enormous venue rocking every Sunday, and occasionally on Monday nights. Lucas Oil is also hosting the 2015 NCAA Men’s Final Four, and is home to the annual Big Ten Football Championship.

Jeff Castner

Jeff Castner

Bankers Life Fieldhouse

The Indiana Pacers have enjoyed much success in recent years, thanks in no small part to the raucous devotion of thousands of screaming fans who visit the Bankers Life Fieldhouse for every Pacers home game. As a Pacers fan, Jeff Castner takes advantage of any opportunity he has to root on his NBA favorite, which promises to have another competitive and successful season.

Victory Field

Ranked as one of the best minor league baseball parks in the country, Victory Field provides the perfect venue for a family outing at the ballgame. Victory Field is a local favorite and continues to be upheld as one of the finest minor league baseball venues in the Midwest. Jeff Castner enjoys catching a game here whenever he can.

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