Parking

Once you’ve familiarized yourself with the policies of attending a game in the COVID-19 world, you’ll need to think about how you’re getting there. As with most sporting events, parking will be at a premium. There are several surface lots available around Allianz Field for fans looking to park.

Gameday Prep: Parking -

In the past, fans were able to purchase parking packages that allowed for parking throughout the season. This season, parking passes will be available on a single-game basis, with a limited number of lots open and varying week to week. Parking passes can be purchased online in advance of games or fans can purchase a parking pass as they enter the lot. Note: These transactions – like all transactions at Allianz Field in 2021 – must be cashless and will require a credit card. Keep your cash at home.


Fans are asked to wear their masks as soon as they leave their vehicle.


Other Transportation Options


For some, leaving the car at home will be the best option. Fans who choose to drive to the game will deal with congestion and delays both when arriving and departing Allianz Field. Minnesota United highly recommends exploring other options for getting to and from the stadium and fortunately there are plenty of options to choose from.


The Snelling-University area is serviced by both the Green Line Light Rail and the A Line bus rapid transit systems, as well as other city bus lines. Allianz Field also features a dedicated area for app-based ride-sharing as well as 400 bike parking spots.


Park-and-Ride
With limited parking options around Allianz Field, one of the best options for fans attending a Minnesota United game is parking off-site and taking a free shuttle to Allianz Field.


Downtown Saint Paul
The city of Saint Paul has made four parking ramps in downtown Saint Paul available within walking distance of transit lines with direct routes to Allianz Field. The city's Smith, 7A, Lowertown and Block 19 parking ramps will all be available to the public at a $5 rate on gamedays, beginning two hours before kickoff.


Metro Transit
Allianz Field is located near attractive options for Metro Transit, making it easy to get to the stadium from locations all over the Twin Cities in an economic and efficient fashion.


Due to the pandemic, Metro Transit bus and light rail lines servicing Allianz Field may have limited capacity. Trains and buses leaving Snelling and University stops will follow capacity limits which may lead to long lines after games. For the most current information, click here.


Masks are required when waiting for and while riding Metro Transit. Click here to learn more about Metro Transit’s public health protocols.


By Train
The Green Line Light Rail has a stop just outside the stadium.


By Bus
Metro Transit A Line services and local bus routes allow transportation options most of the day for commuters along the University and Snelling routes. Visit the Metro Transit website to plan your trip to Allianz Field on gameday.


Ride Share
Allianz Field has designated pick-up and drop-off points on the Southeast side of the stadium for fans planning on taking Lyft, Uber or a taxi to games. Get dropped off curbside on your way into the stadium on gameday, with easy access to your gate no matter where you're seated.


Bike
Allianz Field is a bike-friendly stadium, with 400 bike parking spots available on-site. Take the bikeway to the stadium, then secure your bike, grab your helmet and head into the stadium on gameday.


From the North
Cyclists traveling north and south are encouraged to use the Pascal Street bike lanes.


From the East
Cyclists traveling to or from the east are also encouraged to utilize Pascal to connect to bike facilities along Charles Avenue or Marshall Avenue.


From the West
Cyclists traveling to or from the west are encouraged to utilize the bikeway on St. Anthony Avenue.


Please note that the bike racks provided by MNUFC are not monitored during events and the club is not responsible for stolen bikes.

COVID-19 Health Promise


In order to help mitigate the risk of transmission of the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 and any resulting disease (together with any mutation, adaptation, or variation thereof, “COVID-19”) and other contagious illnesses, Holder agrees to the following:


  • Stay-at-home: Holder agrees that neither Holder, nor anyone in Holder’s party, will attend any Event if any one or more of the following is true on the day of such Event:
    • Within the 14 days prior to the Event, Holder has (or any person in Holder’s party or with whom Holder has had close contact has) traveled to any state or international territory identified by federal or applicable local governments as being subject to travel or quarantine advisories due to COVID-19.
    • Within the 48 hours prior to the Event, Holder has (or any person in Holder’s party or with whom Holder has close contact has) experienced symptoms of COVID-19 (e.g., a fever of 100.4⁰F or higher, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, chills, repeated shaking, muscle pain/achiness, headache, sore throat, loss of taste or smell, nasal congestion, runny nose, vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue or any other symptoms associated with COVID-19 identified by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or Health Canada, as applicable);
    • Within the 14 days prior to the Event, Holder has (or any person in Holder’s party or with whom Holder has had close contact has) tested positive for, or been exposed to someone who has tested positive for, COVID-19.


As always, Minnesota United’s goal is to provide a best-in-class service at Allianz Field. Your safety and the safety of other fans, staff and players is a top priority. Come on you Loons!

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