The stadium is being constructed with expansion in mind and will hold anywhere between 20,000-21,500 fans. Included in the United seating plan is safe standing space for supporters groups along with a variety of suites, club seats, loge boxes and general seating.
Fan sections will be covered by a 360-degree canopy that will serve two purposes: to keep the noise of the crowd contained within the stadium and to protect fans from the elements throughout a match.
Field Heating System
Like Target Field and TCF Bank Stadium, the new Minnesota United soccer stadium at Midway will use a field heating system to keep the grass in optimal shape even during early spring and cold late-fall matches.
The stadium is being built with fans as the top priority. As such, every seat in the stadium will provide fantastic sight lines to all the action on the pitch. The furthest seat from the sideline will be just 125 feet away—providing one of the most intimate settings in all of professional sports.
LED lighting outside the stadium will allow it to change colors to reflect the festivities inside as well as shift to represent initiatives and ideas of the club. The elegant “flow” design concept will dazzle soccer fans and Minnesotans alike as it simultaneously blends in and stands out in a reinvigorated Midway neighborhood.
Distributed Antenna System
Never miss a call, never miss a moment—the Minnesota United stadium at Midway will allow fans to follow along online and post their favorite moments of the match flawlessly on social media platforms. Experience high-density WiFi for mobile device coverage and use the DAS for enhanced cell phone coverage at Midway.
Whether walking, driving, biking or taking public transportation, getting to Midway Stadium is easy and convenient. Centrally located on a major light rail and bus rapid transit lines as well as highway access, you can arrive from anywhere with ease.
For celebrations pre-match, post-match and throughout the week, Midway Stadium will lend itself to soccer fans and all Minnesotans. The stadium is designed to revitalize a 34-acre site with green space to bring a touch nature to Midway.