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Colts, City Of Indianapolis Open New Football Field

Intro: With summer like temperatures gracing Indianapolis on Wednesday, the Colts were in the community opening a new football field.





INDIANAPOLIS – On Wednesday, Indianapolis Colts ViceChair/Owner Kalen Irsay and Blue took part in a ribbon cutting ceremony for a new turf football field on Indianapolis' west side.

The field, which was made possible through support from the Colts, NFL Foundation, City of Indianapolis, Indianapolis Park and Recreation, LISC (Local Initiatives Supports Corporation) and the Indianapolis Parks Foundation, is part of a significant redevelopment project at the old site of the Central State Hospital.

The track and field was constructed using rubber and sand from the turf of the RCA Dome, and will be used by the local community, including youth football teams and Christel House Academy.

The Colts involvement in this project is part of an ongoing effort to support the game of football at all levels throughout Indiana. For more information on the Colts Youth Football initiatives, click here.

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