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Google Maps launches first 360-degree Street View gallery of NFL stadium with interactive tour of Indianapolis Colts’ home

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The above Google Maps image is of Lucas Oil Stadium, otherwise known as the home of the Indianapolis Colts.

Google posted a 360-degree interactive photo tour of the stadium on Friday and said it is the first inside imagery of any NFL stadium in Google Maps.

The Google Maps team is (sic) “working hard (and having fun!) building the most comprehensive, accurate and usable map of the world — complete with imagery from inside your favorite sporting venues,” and it is subsequently trying to keep U.S. football fans entertained for the next 202 days until the 2013 kickoff of the National Football League.

Google detailed the new Street View gallery on the Google Lat Long blog:

With this new interactive, 360 degree imagery, you can march out of the tunnel and down the field towards the end zone, just like Andrew Luck did all season. Or check out the Colts’ locker room where Head Coach Chuck Pagano gave his memorable post-game locker room speech on November 4, after an inspirational win against the Miami Dolphins. You can also explore the stadium’s three concourses and suites, including the Quarterback Suite, a Field Level Suite and Loge-Level Suite.

Colts’ fans can check out the stadium images by searching for “Lucas Oil Stadium” or “Colts Stadium” in Google Maps in the desktop browser or Android or iPhone Google Maps app.

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