Hear from Lester Bagley, Executive VP - Public Affairs & Stadium Development, along with MSFA Chair Michele Kelm-Helgen, regarding the Vikings increasing the amount of their private contribution, along with naming a building operator and the agreeing on the business terms regarding the team's pursuit of an MLS franchise.
The Vikings, along with the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority, held a joint press conference on Friday to discuss the Vikings' increased private contribution for the new stadium, as well as an update on the pursuit of an MLS team.
The second piece of structural steel was raised on Tuesday at the site of the new Vikings stadium. This is the second biggest piece of steel for the entire project and weighs more than 400,000 pounds.
Members of the Vikings ownership team recently toured the site of the new Vikings stadium. Get an inside look at the incredible progress being made, including the unique perspective of looking at things through Google Glass.
In summer 2014 the green line was added to the Twin Cities light rail system, which should make getting to Vikings games at the U of M much easier. Watch this brief tutorial to see how to get there from no matter which direction you're coming from.
The first parts of a nearly 400-foot high crane were delivered on Monday to help build the new Vikings stadium. The crane, which has the ability to lift 1,250 metric tons, will be delivered to the site in 70 truckloads over 10 days and will take 11 days to erect.
Governor Mark Dayton, along with community leaders and the MSFA, launched a bid to host a 2017-2020 NCAA Final Four at the new Vikings stadium. Hear from Gov. Dayton, committee co-chairs and former Gophers Trent Tucker and Lindsay Whalen, plus others.
Vikings Owner/President Mark Wilf, Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton, former CEO of Carlson Companies Marilyn Carlson Nelson, CEO of U.S. Bank Richard Davis and CEO of Ecolab Doug Baker addressed the media regarding the Super Bowl LII bid on Wednesday, May 21.