In coordination with Minnesota United, the City of Saint Paul has put together a plan to provide safe and sustainable transportation to and from Allianz Field on gamedays. 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 will also feature a dedicated area for app-based ride-sharing as well as 400 bike parking spots. It’s important to us on multiple levels — from long-term environmental considerations to simply being a good neighbor — to make it as easy as possible for you to use green and efficient options on gamedays.
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.
For additional park-and-ride options, please refer to the Metro Transit and Parking sections below.
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. Get there and back easily with the Metro Transit all-day pass and skip the ticket buying line when you're ready to head back home.
The Green Line Light Rail has a stop just outside the stadium.
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.
Allianz Field has designated pick-up and drop-off points 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.
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.
Allianz Field is located just off Interstate 94 on a Minnesota commuter pipeline that connects Minneapolis and Saint Paul. Fans from across the state will be able to hop on the interstate and drive directly to Allianz Field. However, given the amount of pedestrian, bicycle and transit traffic around the stadium on gamedays, it is recommended that fans do their best to avoid driving directly to Allianz Field on gameday.
From the West
Take I-94 East to Snelling Avenue. Proceed north on Snelling Avenue and Allianz Field will be on your right.
From the North
Take either Interstate 35W or 35E south to I-94. If coming from I-35E, take I-94 West to the Snelling Avenue exit. Proceed north on Snelling Avenue and Allianz Field will be on your right. If coming from I-35W, take I-94 East to the Snelling Avenue exit. Proceed north on Snelling Avenue and Allianz Field will be on your right.
From the East
Take I-94 West to Snelling Avenue. Proceed north on Snelling Avenue and Allianz Field will be on your right.
From the South
Take either I-35W or I-35E north to I-94. If coming from I-35E, take I-94 West to the Snelling Avenue exit. Proceed north on Snelling Avenue and Allianz Field will be on your right. If coming from I-35W, take I-94 East to the Snelling Avenue exit. Proceed north on Snelling Avenue and Allianz Field will be on your right.
*Please note that the bike racks provided by MNUFC are not monitored during events and the club is not responsible for stolen bikes.