Minnesota VikingsU.S. Bank Stadium Where do the Minnesota Vikings play football?U.S Bank Stadium
U.S. Bank Stadium is an enclosed multi-purpose stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota and is the home of the Minnesota Vikings (NFL). Built on the former site of the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome, the indoor stadium opened in 2016 and became first fixed-roof stadium built in the NFL since Ford Field in Detroit, which opened in 2002. The seating capacity is 66,860 for most games, but can be expanded to 73,000 for soccer, concerts, and special events. U.S. Bank Stadium hosted Super Bowl LII won by the Philadelphia Eagles on February 4, 2018, the ESPN X Games on July 19–22, 2018, and the NCAA Final Four Basketball Championship won by the Virginia Cavaliers on April 6–8, 2019. The stadium is also expected to host the 2020 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships. It also hosts early season college baseball games of the University of Minnesota Golden Gophers (NCAA).
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Minnesota Vikings FAQ
What is the capacity of U.S. Bank Stadium?
U.S. Bank Stadium has a seating capacity of 66,655.
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When did U.S. Bank Stadium Open?
U.S. Bank Stadium opened on July 22, 2016.
When did the Minnesota Vikings join the NFL?
The Minnesota Vikings joined the NFL as an expansion team in 1960.