Colts connect with community through Mascots vs. Peewees game, free training camp practices


INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) — The Indianapolis Colts and their mascot Blue will host mascots from across the NFL to play in the Mascot vs. Peewees Football game.

For the third year, NFL mascots and local peewee football teams will play in a game. The mascots will be around of photos and autographs ahead of the game, and the Colts Junior Cheerleaders will perform during halftime. Fans will also get the chance to check out the "Colts in Motion" traveling museum and the Colts PLAY 60 Zone.

Tickets to the game are available now online for $5. Proceeds from ticket sales will benefit the Indianapolis Colts Foundation, which partners with nonprofit organizations throughout Indiana.

The game starts at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, July 12 at Carmel High School. Pre-game activities will start at 4 p.m.

For more details on the game, including mascots scheduled to attend and peewee teams set to participate, click here.

The community involvement with the Colts doesn't end after the Mascots vs. Peewees game. The team announced last week fans will have more than a dozen opportunities to watch training camp practices for free ahead of the 2018-19 season.

The training camp kickoff event is July 25. The first practice is July 26, with opportunities to watch practice through Aug. 18.

While attending training camp practices is free, fans do you to secure a ticket beforehand. Click here to get your ticket online.

See the full training camp schedule, including themed days, below or click here.

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