Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes
3M Arena at Mariucci Twin Cities - Minneapolis & St. Paul Minneapolis 1993 10,000 Home of Minnesota Golden Gophers hockey (WCHA)
Halenbeck Hall Twin Cities - Minneapolis & St. Paul St. Cloud 1965 6,900 Home of St. Cloud State Huskies basketball & volleyball (NCAA)
Blakeslee Stadium Twin Cities - Minneapolis & St. Paul Mankato 1962 7,000 Home of Minnesota State Mankato football (NCAA); Hosts Minnesota Vikings (NFL) summer training camp
U.S. Bank Stadium Twin Cities - Minneapolis & St. Paul Minneapolis 2016 66,200 Home of the Minnesota Vikings (NFL), Summer X Games (2017-2018), Super Bowl LII, NCAA Final Four 2019
TCF Bank Stadium Twin Cities - Minneapolis & St. Paul Minneapolis 2009 50,805 Home of Minnesota Golden Gophers football (Big Ten)
National Sports Center Twin Cities - Minneapolis & St. Paul Blaine 1990 12,000 Home of Minnesota Stars FC soccer
Xcel Energy Center Twin Cities - Minneapolis & St. Paul St. Paul 2000 18,064 Home of the Minnesota Wild (NHL)
Herb Brooks National Hockey Center Twin Cities - Minneapolis & St. Paul St. Cloud 1989 5,763 Home of St. Cloud State Huskies hockey (WCHA)
Verizon Center Twin Cities - Minneapolis & St. Paul Mankato 1995 7,300 Home of Minnesota State Mavericks hockey (WCHA)
Williams Arena Twin Cities - Minneapolis & St. Paul Minneapolis 1928 14,625 Home of Minnesota Golden Gophers basketball, gymnastics, volleyball & wrestling (Big Ten)
Target Field Twin Cities - Minneapolis & St. Paul Minneapolis 2010 39,504 Home of the Minnesota Twins (MLB)
Target Center Twin Cities - Minneapolis & St. Paul Minneapolis 1990 20,500 Home of the Minnesota Timberwolves (NBA) & Minnesota Lynx (WNBA)
Brainerd International Raceway Twin Cities - Minneapolis & St. Paul Brainerd 1968 5,000 3.1-mile road course, dragstrip and kart track; Hosts the NHRA Nationals
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