View images of the Vikings' locker room at U.S. Bank Stadium as it's being constructed.
After a two-year temporary stay at the University of Minnesota, the Vikings will have space to call their own – and plenty of it.
Measuring more than 4,600 square feet, the home locker room tucked inside the southeast corner of U.S. Bank Stadium will give the Vikings the necessary space for both preseason and regular season games.
Spanning the walls of the open area will be 60 permanent lockers constructed of blackened metal, wood veneer and quartz. During the preseason, an additional 30 mobile lockers will be installed, still allowing for plenty of walking room throughout the open space. Each locker will feature multiple electrical outlets and USB ports.
The Vikings Norseman will have a visible presence in the locker room as well, albeit one that is certainly out of reach. As opposed to being placed in the middle of the room's floor, a large illuminated Norseman structure will be installed in the ceiling.
Aside from the locker room itself, the Vikings will have direct access to meeting rooms, training rooms, a stretching room and showers within their pre and post-game space.
To watch the construction progress of the Vikings locker room, click here.