View the latest aerial construction photos of U.S. Bank Stadium from all angles from December.
View aerial images updated from both the northeast corner and then the southwest corner, showcasing the progress at U.S. Bank Stadium. Updated from late June of 2016.
Legacy Bricks Program Extended
With more than 11,000 people already participating in the Legacy Bricks program, the deadline was extended in order to allow more to leave their legacy at U.S. Bank Stadium with the popular personalized brick. Fans can be a part of history at the Vikings new home by purchasing one of three brick options with a customized message. The bricks will be housed on the Legacy Ship on the Medtronic Plaza in the southwest corner of the stadium. To have your name etched in Vikings history, click here.
U.S. Bank Stadium's EarthCam Ranks Near the Top
Two years after the EarthCam cameras were installed to show fans the progress of the construction at U.S. Bank Stadium, it ranks as one of the most popular live cams the company has installed. With over 11.2 million views already, the cameras offer both interior and exterior shots of the stadium's construction site. Among those installed at other NFL stadium construction sites in recent years, the cameras at U.S. Bank Stadium have been viewed the most.
"There's something about the support of the Minnesota Vikings fans globally because we have statistics for people around the world logging in, and also the Vikings organization really getting it that you need to involve fans in every aspect of the team," EarthCam Strategic Sales Director Lisa Kelly said.
To continue to monitor the progress at U.S. Bank Stadium, click here.
Fan Amenities Added Ahead of Sunday's Cold Game
Due to the frigid temperatures expected for Sunday's Wild Card playoff game against the Seahawks, the Vikings are implementing amenities to keep fans warm throughout the day. Hand warmers will be distributed to fans while supplies last. Also, Caribou Coffee will be providing fans with free coffee in the Fan Zone on Oak Street outside of the stadium. Prior to the game, Mariucci Arena will be open for fans to keep warm before heading into TCF Bank Stadium.
Fans are encouraged to bring their non-battery operated blankets into the stadium and use newspaper, Styrofoam or cardboard under their feet at their seats.
A limited number of ticket for the Vikings first home playoff game since 2009 are still available.