Where is the Vikings training facility?
Fans are encouraged to come early and visit the plaza to enjoy all the activities and excitement of a typical Vikings game day. Ten practices at TCO Performance Center will be open for free with capacity for each set at 5,000.
Who plays at TCO Stadium?
Technically speaking, the Minnesota Vikings Practice Facility is known as the “TCO Performance Center” – but everyone knows it as the home of the Minnesota Vikings. It is located in Eagan, MN and just opened this year.
Are masks required at Vikings games?
After having no fans at games last season due to the pandemic, the Vikings had two home preseason games last month with fans, although the stadium was only about half full. Miller said the Vikings are continuing to encourage fans at games to wear masks, although there is no requirement in place.
Is bank a stadium?
U.S. Bank Stadium is an enclosed stadium located in downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota. It was the first fixed-roof stadium built in the NFL since Ford Field in Detroit, which opened in 2002.
Is Vikings training camp free?
The Vikings are expecting 4,000 to 5,000 fans per day at training camp. There will be 4,000 free general admission tickets for 10 practices. Tickets are $10. The Vikings have a night practice July 31 where 7,000 fans will be allowed to attend.
Can you go in U.S. Bank Stadium?
U.S. Bank Stadium offers guided 90-minute Public Tours on Thursday – Sunday pending blackout dates in the Stadium’s event calendar (listed in the dropdown below). To see availability and purchase tickets for a Public Tour, please click here. Tickets are available for mobile purchases only.
Can you go inside U.S. Bank Stadium?
Go behind the scenes and discover the inner workings of U.S. Bank Stadium on a 90-minute guided tour. The Public Tour experience begins at the U.S. Bank Stadium Ticket Office located at Polaris Gate, near the corner of Chicago Avenue South and 4th Street South.
Is the Vikings offensive line good?
Since 2017, the Vikings offensive line has ranked in the bottom 10 every year, and it has been a clear weakness, especially in pass protection. Even though Minnesota didn’t manage to sign one of the marquee free agents on the offensive line this year, there do appear to still be some improvements with the group.