The Indianapolis Colts play American football professionally and are based in Indianapolis. The Indianapolis Colts are a member of the National Football League’s American Football Conference South division. The Colts have played their home games at Lucas Oil Stadium since the 2008 season.
Since its inception in Baltimore, Maryland, in 1953, when then-owner Carroll Rosenbloom purchased the assets of the NFL’s last founding Ohio League member, the Dayton Triangles-Dallas Texans, the Colts have competed as a member club of the NFL.
Following the 1970 merger, they were one of three NFL clubs to join those of the American Football League (AFL) to form the AFC.
During his tenure in Baltimore, the team made the playoffs ten times and won three NFL championships in 1958, 1959, and 1968.
The Baltimore Colts appeared in two Super Bowls, losing in Super Bowl III to the New York Jets and defeating the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl V.
Since moving to Indianapolis in 1984, the Colts have made the playoffs sixteen times, won two conference championships, and competed in two Super Bowls
What is the Colts net worth?
The Indianapolis Colts are one of the big clubs in the NFL. Over the years the Colts have been able to build their success and have accumulated a net worth of approximately $3.25 Billion.