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Whether you love professional, college or amateur sports, you’ll find a good home team in MSP. With some of the most-celebrated sporting venues, and a best-in-the-nation park system, you can enjoy your favorite sport as a spectator, fan or active participant.
Home of the Minnesota Twins and ranked “Best Stadium Experience of All Professional Sports in North America” by ESPN The Magazine.
Catch 2015 #1 draft pick Karl-Anthony Towns and the Minnesota Timberwolves or 3-time WNBA champs, the Minnesota Lynx. Across the street—the brand new Mayo Sports Clinic.
US Bank Stadium
New home of the Minnesota Vikings beginning with the 2016 season. Will be the site of Super Bowl LI in 2018 and NCAA Final Four in 2019.
The Big Ten Golden Gophers play here. While their stadium is being built, the Vikings play here. And when last in town, The Rolling Stones played in this 50,000+ seat open-air stadium.
Both the men’s and women’s teams at the U of M are perennial Frozen Four attendees. It’s what you’d expect from the home state of the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Xcel Energy Center
When the NHL’s Minnesota Wild aren’t tearing up the ice, catch a concert by music superstars like Foo Fighters, Taylor Swift and Madonna.
“The Greenest Ballpark in America” is the new home of the St. Paul Saints. Microbrews, local eats and open seating on the grass behind left field.
Metro Green Line
Sure, you can’t watch the game here, but this light rail line connects all four of MSP’s stadia—the only commuter train in the nation to do so.
National Sports Center
Current home of the Minnesota United FC and the world’s largest amateur sports and meeting facility. 50 soccer fields, an ice arena, cycling velodrome, 18-hole golf course and 100,000 sq. ft. of indoor training and meeting space.
St. Paul Curling Club
With 1200 members, it’s the largest curling club in the US. Members have gone on to the Olympics and other national and world competitions.