You have questions, we have answers! We're looking forward to seeing you throughout the 2017 season. If there is anything else you'd like to know please don't hesitate to give us a call at 763.4SOCCER or write your question as a comment below.
There are 16-20 regular season home matches spanning from March and ending in October in addition to Major League Soccer playoffs which can extend into December—roughly two home matches a month.
The MLS schedule is typically released at the beginning of the new year. We expect to have a full scheduled at some point in January.
Most MLS matches take place on Saturdays, but we could potentially play some Wednesday, Friday and Sunday games as well.
Typically soccer matches begin at 7 p.m. or 7:30 p.m., but times vary and occassionally games will be played at 1 p.m. or 4 p.m. for weekend matches.
United gear is available for sale online now at mlssoccer.com, along with local retailers. Click our shop button now for more information or to make a purchase.
Yes! This will help create a soccer experience and homefield advantage that ONLY Minnesota can provide.
We have set a baseline price of $18 per ticket per match for season tickets.
Minnesotans are historically one of the most loyal fans in all of sports and support their teams from day one. We have been very pleased with how many people have already put their deposit down for 2017 which may push us to a waiting list soon after. With teams like Orlando City, Portland, and Kansas City all having waiting lists, we know we can have just as robust of a fan base.
The best option is to wait until the entire party is able to select seats and pick the seats at the same time. Getting your friends to purchase their season tickets today will help the entire group tremendously.
Yes. We are also providing payment plan options for your convenience.
With the excitement around season tickets there are no current plan for partial ticket packages at this time.
We are still sorting out the best broadcast options for fans to follow all home and away matches, including radio and television.
We are still working with the University of Minnesota and Major League Soccer to determine this detail, but our intention is to give all soccer fans in Minnesota the best opportunity to watch the team play.
We are working with the University of Minnesota to ensure convenient parking options.
We are working with the University of Minnesota and the city of Minneapolis on possible tailgating options. We understand this is an important aspect of game day and we intend to provide the best experience possible before, during and following each match.
We plan for the entire stadium to be family friendly. We're working to create a fun, exciting and inclusive atmosphere at TCF Bank Stadium.
We are hopeful to break ground on the stadium in St. Paul in the near future. Minnesotans deserve a world class stadium and building it that way is the priority.
Early designs indicate the stadium will have a capacity of roughly 20,000 fans with potential to expand to 25,000.
The new stadium is being constructed in St. Paul in the Midway neighborhood at the intersection of Snelling and I-94.
We are working with a lot of companies in the market and have had a lot of great discussions. More to come!