Big Ten Championship at Lucas Oil Stadium
Lucas Oil Stadium is the top football stadium in the Midwest and has been the home of the Big Ten Championship since the inaugural game in 2011. The stadium's capacity is 70,000 and it has a retractable window, showing the Indianapolis skyline when open. Lucas Oil Stadium is the home venue of the Indianapolis Colts. The best places to sit at Lucas Oil Field include:
The 100 level sections at midfield (112-114, 139-141) are called Club I and are the best lower level seats. Field sideline and field end zone seats are great for an up-close view of the game. One of our favorite spots in the venue are the lower-level endzone seats in this level. Look for seats in Sections 152, 153, 101 or 102 which offer a nice view of the action for a fairly reasonable price for 100-level seats.
The 200 level sections are directly behind the 100 level but are much smaller. The sections in the 200 level near midfield are still club sections. We recommend the club level sidelines or endzone seats, but the best prices on 200-level are often the corner sections like Sections 220-222.
300 & 400 Level
At midfield, the 300 level is all suites. Along the sidelines, corners and end zones are small sections of loge seating. Also called loge seating, the 400 level has smaller sections outside of 401-403 and 450-453.
The 600 level is called the terrace section. These seats are the cheapest tickets for the Big 10 Championship. There are often seats in the endzone or corner starting near $100 a ticket. On a big year, those may be 30% more but on a down year those seats may be a lot less.
Big Ten Championship Parking
Indy is less than 4 hours from both Ann Arbor and Columbus, so many fans drive to this game. That may leave fans wanting to have a parking pass to make sure gameday goes more smooth. Fans needing a Big Ten Championship Game parking pass can shop our assortment of available parking passes for the big game.