Once you’ve familiarized yourself with what to expect at TCF Bank Stadium on match days, you’ll need to think about how you’re getting there. As with any major sporting event, parking will be at a premium. There are many surface lots and parking ramps surrounding TCF Bank Stadium.
You should be prepared for congestion and delays both when arriving and departing or driving around the University of Minnesota campus. We highly recommend carpooling, biking, walking or taking public transportation.
On that last point, the light rail is a terrific option for fans. The Stadium Village stop on the Green Line is right next door to the stadium. The Green Line itself can take riders from either downtown Saint Paul or downtown Minneapolis directly to the stadium, and riders in the south metro can take the Blue Line to downtown Minneapolis and transfer. Visit Metro Transit’s website to plan your trip in more detail.
Guests using accessible parking are encouraged to park in the University Ave Ramp on match days. Golf cart service will be provided to and from the stadium for any guests who require it.
If you have any parking questions, please contact the Gopher Ticket Office at 612.626.8080 or toll free at 1.800.UGOPHER.
Parking Passes | Day of Match (Single Match) Parking | Disability Parking
Traffic Management | Additional Transportation Options | Taxis/Ubers/Limos/Charters
Looking for more info to help plan your match day experience? Check out our A-Z Guide, full of helpful tips plus rules and regulations so you can get the most out of your trip to see the Loons at TCF Bank Stadium.
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.