Metro Transit will serve all Vikings pre-season and regular season games at TCF Bank Stadium with buses, the METRO Green Line and Northstar commuter rail. Avoid the hassles of driving and searching for parking – take transit instead!
This season, the new METRO Green Line is expected to be a popular choice. The Green Line travels between downtown Minneapolis and downtown St. Paul and has direct service to TCF Bank Stadium, stopping at Stadium Village Station, just outside the gates.
The Green Line connects with dozens of bus routes and also with the METRO Blue Line, which travels between Mall of America and downtown Minneapolis. To reach TCF Bank Stadium from the Blue Line, transfer to a Green Line train at Downtown East (formerly Metrodome) Station.
Northstar commuter rail serves the northwest metro with stations in Big Lake, Elk River, Ramsey, Anoka, Coon Rapids and Fridley.There are more than 2,700 free Park & Ride spaces at thesesix suburban stations. Fans can save with a Northstar Family Pass, which allows two adults and up to three kids ages 6-17 or seniors age 65+ to ride to the game and back for $11-$20 depending on which station is used for boarding. Fans arriving at Target Field Station via Northstar can transfer —at no charge — to the METRO Green Line or buses for the last part of their trip to TCF Bank Stadium. Fans can buy Family Passes or individual roundtrip tickets in advance to print out at home at metrotransit.org/Northstar.
Northstar Link bus service from St. Cloud and Becker is timed to connect with Northstar trains at Big Lake Station.
Full schedules for every game and fare information are available at metrotransit.org/vikings.
Trips are easy to plan using the online trip planner at metrotransit.org or by calling 612-373-3333.