Vikings Pride

The new stadium will not be just a location. It will be an epicenter of excitement, opportunity, and Minnesota Pride. The Vikings are an important part of our proud heritage and the relationship between the Vikings and the citizens of Minnesota runs deep (approximately 3 million fans follow Vikings games each Sunday).

Revitalizing Downtown

The new stadium is a significant piece of the overall revitalization of downtown east Minneapolis. Adjacent to the stadium will be a $400-million development including office, retail and residential space, as well as a new two-block community park that will offer an unprecedented pre-game experience on Vikings game days.

Our Economy

The new stadium will create a powerful economic engine, bringing in 7,500 construction jobs with nearly 4.3 million work hours and over 3,400 ongoing full- and part-time jobs related to the operation of the new facility.

Multi-purpose Stadium

Not only will the new stadium serve as the home to the Minnesota Vikings, but the facility will also host major national and international events that create economical, fiscal and social benefits to the region.

Multi-purpose Stadium

Because of the new stadium, the Minneapolis-St. Paul market has already been selected as one of three finalists to host Super Bowl LII (February 4, 2018) and one of eight finalists to host an NCAA Final Four in 2017, 2018, 2019 or 2020.