Super Bowl XLVI Team, Media & NFL Bases Of Operation

Super Bowl XLVI Team, Media & NFL Bases Of OperationSuper Bowl XLVI will be played Sunday night at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Unlike the spread out nature of the last two Super Bowl logistical layouts, in the sprawling metropolises of Dallas/Fort Worth and South Florida, the condensed geography of Indiana's capital city allows for far less time spent in transit between one base of operation to another.

Stadium

Lucas Oil Stadium is located at 500 South Capitol Avenue in downtown Indianapolis. The state-of-the-art facility has been the home of the Indianapolis Colts since 2008.

 

New York Giants Hotel & Practice Facility

The NFC Champions are staying at the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown hotel, located at 350 West Maryland Street, one half mile north of Lucas Oil Stadium. 

Coach Tom Coughlin's team is conducting Super Bowl Week practice at a newly constructed facility on the campus of the University of Indianapolis. The indoor football bubble is located on the university's northeast corner, five miles south of the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown.   

 

New England Patriots Hotel & Practice Facility

The AFC Champions are staying at the University Place Conference Center & Hotel, located at 850 West Michigan Street in downtown Indianapolis, on the campus of IUPUI. This property is situated two miles northwest of Lucas Oil Stadium.

Coach Bill Belichick's team is preparing for Sunday's game in the nerve center of their longtime rival from the Heartland. The Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center, otherwise known as the Indianapolis Colts headquarters and practice venue, is located at 7001 West 56th Street, 10 miles northwest of the University Place Conference Center & Hotel.

 

Media Hotel

The brand new J.W. Marriott Indianapolis Downtown is serving as Super Bowl Week media headquarters. Located at 10 South West Street, 0.8 miles northwest of Lucas Oil Stadium, this hotel ranks as the largest J.W. Marriott in the country. Roughly 3,000 accredited members of the media, from all over the world, will conduct their affairs within the hotel's 100,000 square feet of meeting space. This property is also the setting for Radio Row, which is open to the public for the first time this year.

 

NFL Headquarter Hotel

Commissioner Roger Goodell and the rest of the NFL brain trust will operate the league out of the Westin Indianapolis hotel in downtown Indianapolis. Located at 50 South Capitol Ave, this setting sits one mile north of Lucas Oil Stadium.