Minnesota United today announced that it has sold out of the premium seats included in the current phase of the Allianz Field seat transition process. The news comes after just 13 days of tours at the Allianz Field Experience Center powered by Atomic Data, and includes more than 600 premium seats in the Upper 90 Club, Loge Boxes, Field Club and Director’s Box seating areas.
“Our fans are simply incredible. We knew there would be high demand for seats at Allianz Field, but we didn’t know just how high it would be,” said MNUFC CEO Chris Wright. “It’s a tremendously positive sign for the club and yet more evidence that Allianz Field is going to be one of the hottest tickets in town come 2019. The fans are what makes the match day experience special, and a consistently packed stadium is the key to building that atmosphere.”
The club has started a waiting list for seats in the aforementioned sections, and the next phase of the Allianz Field seat transition process — Stadium Club — will begin early next month. Season ticket holders who have not yet selected seats for 2019 will be invited to an appointment at the Experience Center with order based on tenure as a season ticket holder and current seat location at TCF Bank Stadium. The Allianz Field seat transition process will have four more phases: Stadium Club; Midfield; Lower Bowl including Supporters; and Upper Bowl.
With over 13,000 season ticket holders, the best way to guarantee your spot at Allianz Field is to become a season ticket holder yourself. Tickets available at MNUFC.COM or by calling 763.4SOCCER. Minnesota United’s next home match is on Saturday, March 31 at 7:00 p.m. against Atlanta United.