Being a part of the Wonderwall at Allianz Field is about more than being a fan — it's about driving the game itself. The members of Minnesota United's supporters groups stand, sing, chant and wave flags for 90-plus every time the squad takes the field at home. If you think you're ready to be part of the action, you're in luck: supporters season tickets are the only ones you can still purchase for the team's inaugural season at Allianz Field.

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Not ready for that kind of commitment? Consider joining The Preserve, the club’s official Allianz Field season ticket waiting list. Season tickets have been capped at 14,500 for 2019 – our hope is that this gives us a robust and committed crowd while also making sure there’s space for new fans to experience the world’s game. The Preserve provides an opportunity for fans to grow into season ticket holders by allowing them to pay $25 per seat to get on the waiting list while also delivering some terrific benefits.
  • Early access to single match and group tickets
  • Exclusive pre-sales for friendlies and playoffs
  • Specialty merchandise sales
  • A portion of your $25 goes back to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources’ Loon Habitat Program
  • 50% off a State Parks Permit that gives you access to all 75 Minnesota state parks and recreation areas for a full year


Minnesota United’s continuing partnership with the DNR reflects the club’s commitment to the environment, the community and Minnesota itself. In 2017, MNUFC donated $50,000 to the DNR Loon Monitoring Program as part of the launch of the Itasca Society, named for tiny Lake Itasca in Northern Minnesota, where the Mississippi begins. Consisting of 11,842 founding members — one for each of Minnesota’s lakes — the Itasca Society formed the foundation of the club. Minnesota United has also worked with the DNR on a cleanup of Afton State Park with staff and players, a women’s hike with color commentator Kyndra de St. Aubin, an ice fishing expedition on Lake Minnetonka with the team’s rookies in 2018 and Learn How to Fish programming with Twin Cities families and players.