U.S. Bank Stadium

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U.S. Bank Stadium
Location Minneapolis, Minnesota
Opened July 22, 2016
Other Names n/a
Tenants Minnesota Vikings (2016-present)

U.S. Bank Stadium is an enclosed stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Built on the former site of the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome, the indoor stadium opened in 2016 and is the home of the Minnesota Vikings. It also hosts early season college baseball games of the University of Minnesota Golden Gophers.

List of credited publications

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
National Football League September 1, 2016 Minnesota Vikings vs. Los Angeles Rams Program
National Football League October 3, 2016 Minnesota Vikings vs. New York Giants Program
National Football League October 9, 2016 Minnesota Vikings vs. Los Angeles Rams Program
National Football League January 14, 2018 Minnesota Vikings vs. New Orleans Saints Program

See also

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Philadelphia Eagles (Lincoln Financial Field)
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Chicago Bears (Soldier Field)
Detroit Lions (Ford Field)
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Minnesota Vikings (U.S. Bank Stadium)
Atlanta Falcons (Mercedes-Benz Stadium)
Carolina Panthers (Bank of America Stadium)
New Orleans Saints (Mercedes-Benz Superdome)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Raymond James Stadium)
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