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Zygi Wilf enters his 17th season as Owner/Chairman of the Minnesota Vikings in 2021 and has been instrumental in transforming the organization since the Wilf family purchased the club in 2005. During that time, Wilf and his brother Mark, have focused on creating a world class organization that consistently competes for championships, provides the best fan experience in the NFL, has a positive impact on the community and grows the game of football.
Two of the biggest organizational achievements – opening U.S. Bank Stadium in 2016 and hosting Super Bowl LII in 2018 – have come under the Wilfs' leadership. As the largest construction project in state history, the new stadium employed nearly 8,000 construction workers and already has had a significant economic impact on the region. Wilf served as Honorary Co-Chair of the Minnesota Super Bowl Bid Committee and was successful in bringing Super Bowl LII to Minnesota in 2018. The facility is capable of hosting hundreds of community, national, and international events each year and has also been the home of the 2019 NCAA Final Four and multiple ESPN X Games.
Wilf and his brother Mark led the development of the Vikings new headquarters, Twin Cities Orthopedics Performance Center, which opened in March 2018 in Eagan, Minnesota. As the day-to-day and training camp home of the team, TCO Performance Center also serves as the centerpiece of Viking Lakes, a 200-acre, mixed-use development that will ultimately encompass three million square feet of corporate office, medical, retail, entertainment and multi-family housing. Over the past year, the growing campus has added three esports teams, the national headquarters of USA Curling, the northern office of the United States Tennis Association and the Omni Viking Lakes Hotel to go alongside the Vikings Museum and team store and Twin Cities Orthopedics' sports medicine center and medical office building.