Minnesota United FC

Minnesota United FC are an American football side who play in the Western Conference of the MLS. One of the newest MLS franchises, the Loons were formed in 2015, Major League Soccer commissioner Don Garber announced Minnesota United as the league’s 23rd club and awarded the franchise to a group led by Bill McGuire, an American healthcare executive. The club plays its home fixtures at the TCF Bank Stadium with a capacity of 50,805. Christian Ramirez is the club’s current record goalscorer.

  Founded:
2015
  Country:
USA
  Stadium:
Allianz Field
  Capacity:
19,400

Minnesota United FC

  Founded:
2015
  Country:
USA
  Stadium:
Allianz Field
  Capacity:
19,400

Minnesota United FC are an American football side who play in the Western Conference of the MLS. One of the newest MLS franchises, the Loons were formed in 2015, Major League Soccer commissioner Don Garber announced Minnesota United as the league’s 23rd club and awarded the franchise to a group led by Bill McGuire, an American healthcare executive. The club plays its home fixtures at the TCF Bank Stadium with a capacity of 50,805. Christian Ramirez is the club’s current record goalscorer.