Minnesota United FC 2 Tryouts
Minnesota United FC 2 is a professional soccer team based in St. Paul, Minnesota that competes in the MLS Next Pro league, the third division of American soccer. The team is owned by and operates as the reserve team of the Major League Soccer club Minnesota United FC.
Minnesota United FC 2 Youth Development System
Minnesota United FC 2 Recruitment Trials
At the time of this writing, there is no official academy/trial information for Minnesota United FC 2. Please come back at a later date while we monitor this club or click here to visit their official news section for more information.
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Minnesota United FC 2 History
On December 6, 2021, it was announced that Minnesota United FC will be one of 21 clubs that would participate in the new Major League Soccer (MLS) Next Pro league beginning with the 2022 season.
Minnesota United FC 2 Stadium
The Minnesota United FC of Major League Soccer calls Allianz Field in Saint Paul, Minnesota, their home stadium. Allianz Field is a soccer-specific stadium (MLS). During the club’s third season in the MLS, Populous was responsible for designing the 19,400-seat stadium that will open in 2019.
It is situated close to the intersection of Snelling Avenue and Interstate 94. On October 23, 2015, the owners of Minnesota United announced that the club would build a stadium on the 35-acre (14 ha) property that formerly housed the Saint Paul bus barn. The stadium has roughly 19,400 seats, was finished in the beginning of 2019, and cost approximately $200 million to build with private funding.
On November 25, 2015, Minnesota United FC announced that they have contracted Populous, a firm based in Kansas City, to design their new stadium. Along with Populous, the organization decided to contract Mortensen Construction on December 9, 2015 to participate in the construction of the stadium. Mortensen collaborated with Populous on the construction of three other sports venues in the Twin Cities, including Target Field, TCF Bank Stadium, and Xcel Energy Center. During the years 2014–2016, Mortensen was responsible for building U.S. Bank Stadium for the Minnesota Vikings. Construction was finished in February 2019, and the stadium was opened on April 13, 2019, with a match between Minnesota United FC and New York City FC.