Minnesota Vikings Tickets for Sale
Head coach Mike Zimmer is very excited to head back out for a brand new season with his Minnesota Vikings. The Minnesota Vikings joined the NFL as an expansion team in 1960, they are in the North division of the National Football Conference or the NFC of the National Football League. The Vikings are owned by successful real estate developer Zygmunt Wilf the franchise President is Mark Wilf, General Manager for the team is Rick Spielman and fans have nicknamed the franchise, The Vikes, The Purple, Purple Pride,, The Purple People Eaters, and The Purple and Gold. Minnesota has played in four Super Bowls but lost them all currently the team plays all home games at TCF Bank Stadium at the University of Minnesota as they wait for their new stadium to be finished for the 2016 season. They will be moving to their newly built stadium that will be called, U.S. Bank Stadium it is located on the site of their former home, the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in Downtown East. TCF Bank Stadium boasts a seating capacity of 52,525 and the U.S. Bank Stadium will offer 65,000 seats with the ability to expand to 73,000. If Minnesota Vikings can get their offensive line to come around and stay on point they will be real contenders against the Packers for the NFC North Title. However that is worrisome with Phil Loadholt and Carter Bykowski both out due to season ending injuries. T.J. Clemmings is starter at right tackle, David Yankley and rookie Tyrus Thompson have both stepped up to be the next man at tackle.
TCF Bank Stadium
This stadium was constructed and opened in 2009 at a cost of $303,386,606 and is the temporary home to the Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League or (NFL) for the 2014-2015 season while their new stadium is being built. This stadium is also home to the Minnesota Golden Gophers of the NCAA. The beautiful horseshoe style stadium boasts a seating capacity of up to 80,000 people. It also boasts the largest lockers rooms in college or professional football. Super Bowl winning coach and former player Tony Dungy called the stadium “unbelievable” and wide receiver Chris Carter said that the on-campus facility “will give the University of Minnesota a chance to compete not only in the Big Ten but nationally for some of the best athletes”. One eye catching sight to take in if you get the chance to experience this awesome stadium is that around the perimeter there are cast stone pieces with each of the 87 counties names engraved on the panels. The panels are contained within the reminiscent Memorial Wall.
Seating accommodation needs you may have are easily met with all the choices available to patrons at the TCF Bank Stadium. There are approximately 20,000 seats with chair backs, the stadium features 1000 handicap accessible and companion seats. Premium seating includes 37 private suites, 250 indoor club seats, 1250 outdoor club seats 50 loge boxes, along with access to exclusive Club Room to premium-seat ticket holders.