Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes Video Book Group
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TCF Bank Stadium Minneapolis St. Paul Minneapolis 2009 50,805 Home of Minnesota Golden Gophers football (Big 10)
National Sports Center Minneapolis St. Paul Blaine 1990 12,000 600-acre campus with 50+ grass soccer fields, 8-sheet ice arena, 18-hole golf course, cycling velodrome and 100,000 square feet of indoor training & meeting space
U.S. Bank Stadium 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
Halenbeck Hall Minneapolis St. Paul St. Cloud 1965 6,900 Home of St. Cloud State Huskies basketball, volleyball & wrestling (NCAA)
Mayo Clinic Health System Event Center Minneapolis St. Paul Mankato 1995 8,200 Home of Minnesota State Mavericks hockey (WCHA)
Target Field Minneapolis St. Paul Minneapolis 2010 39,504 Home of the Minnesota Twins (MLB)
Target Center Minneapolis St. Paul Minneapolis 1990 20,500 Home of the Minnesota Timberwolves (NBA) & Minnesota Lynx (WNBA)
Herb Brooks National Hockey Center Minneapolis St. Paul St. Cloud 1989 6,000 Home of St. Cloud State Huskies hockey (WCHA)
Xcel Energy Center Minneapolis St. Paul St. Paul 2000 18,064 Home of the Minnesota Wild (NHL)
Williams Arena Minneapolis St. Paul Minneapolis 1928 14,625 Home of Minnesota Golden Gophers basketball, gymnastics, volleyball & wrestling (Big 10)
Blakeslee Stadium Minneapolis St. Paul Mankato 1962 7,000 Home of Minnesota State Mankato football (NCAA); Hosts Minnesota Vikings (NFL) summer training camp
Allianz Field Minneapolis St. Paul St. Paul 2019 19,400 Home of Minnesota United FC (MLS)
CHS Field Minneapolis St. Paul St. Paul 2015 7,210 Home of the St. Paul Saints (AAIPB) & Hamline University Pipers baseball (MIAC)
3M Arena at Mariucci Minneapolis St. Paul Minneapolis 1993 10,000 Home of Minnesota Golden Gophers hockey (WCHA)
Brainerd International Raceway Minneapolis St. Paul Brainerd 1968 5,000 3.1-mile road course, dragstrip and kart track; Hosts the NHRA Nationals
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