There’s a lot to experience at TCF Bank Stadium beyond the action on the pitch, from food options to service amenities to take care of all your match day needs.
Concession stands are located throughout the stadium and include meal options from Mayslack’s, Subway, Panino’s, Domino’s, Dino’s, La Loma, Famous Dave’s and Goldy’s Grill, plus more snack-oriented options from Drew’s Fresh Popcorn, Go Nuts, Sugar Buzzers and Maui Wowi. At the stadium’s southwest entrance, the plaza features Jax Café, Kennedy, Cheese Curds and another Famous Dave’s location.
Near gates A, C and E, there are ATMs, guest services desks and first aid stations. Elevators are located close to those gates, as well as at gates B and D. The ticket office — where you can pick up will-call tickets — is on the south side of the building, as is the premium ticket entrance. The supporters entrance is at gate C, offering direct access to the home supporters’ seating in sections 123–127. Also note that the gates open 90 minutes before kickoff and it’s a good idea to show up early because this is going to be a new experience for everyone as they find their seats in a new stadium.
Minnesota United merchandise will be available at Team Stores throughout the stadium and remember: members of the Itasca Society receive 10% off with their membership card at Team Stores on match day (and always online). Those cards will be arriving in the mail with season tickets this week. Any jersey you purchase at the stadium can be brought to the Team Store in section 129 to be customized.
Also, please note that due to the current listed phone number for our transactions being out of state, Wells Fargo debit card transactions cannot currently be processed for merchandise at Team Stores. MNUFC is working on a fix for this and it should only affect the first match. The good news is that all Team Stores accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express and cash.
Tickets are still available for Minnesota United’s home opener on March 12 at TCF Bank Stadium against fellow expansion side Atlanta United. Be there for the beginning as MNUFC embarks on its inaugural MLS season. Fans who want to catch every home match can join the Itasca Society. Over 10,000 season tickets have already been sold, rapidly approaching the inaugural season limit of 11,842 members in this exclusive club — one for every lake in Minnesota. A portion of all proceeds from these season tickets are donated to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources’ Loon Monitoring program. Both season tickets and tickets for the home opener are available now at MNUFC.COM or by calling 763.4SOCCER.