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The Minnesota Vikings have every reason to be happy about the future. They have the best running back in the NFL in Adrian Peterson, an up and coming quarterback in Christian Ponder leading a dangerous offense, new uniforms, and come 2016 a brand-spanking new stadium (finally)!
Want to see what it's going to look like (after you watch the old one collapse one more time)?
When all is said and done this sucker is expected to cost a hefty $975 million. For that kind of price tag you know it has to be something special. From the pictures that the team released on their site it appears like the 65,000 folks that pack it for home games will not be disappointed with the House that AP built.
Here is just a sampling of the pics the team released:
If you want to see more check out the full gallery at the Vikings site!
BEST OF MAXIM
On Monday night, at a special event at a place most football fans have never stepped foot in before, the Minnesota Vikings took to the Wurtele Thrust Stage at the Guthrie Theater to unveil the design for their new stadium. Set to break ground in 2014, the new stadium is an engineering marvel, incorporating the world's largest ethylene tetrafluoroethylene roof, enormous pivoting...
On Monday night, in the Guthrie Theater, the Minnesota Vikings officially unveiled their designs for their new stadium, set for completion in 2016.
MINNEAPOLIS Touting its versatile use and environmental features, the Minnesota Vikings, the Minneapolis Sports Facilities Authority and HSK Sports and Entertainment unveiled the design of the new Vikings stadium to be built on the site of the current Metrodome in Minneapolis.
Using glass to present an airy feel, HSK, the stadium's architect will feature a clear fixed-roof...
On Monday the Minnesota Vikings released artist renderings of the new Vikings stadium and it is going to be extravagant. The stadium will host Football and Baseball games and will presumably have a Super Bowl in the future. Here are some details from Vikings.com, with a video included:
Approximately 1.6 million square feet.
65,000 seats, including some of the closest in the...
The Minnesota Vikings have released photos of their new stadium that will open in for the 2016 season. This is certainly one of the most original stadium designs I’ve ever seen. I really like it.
The Vikings will have the play outside for the couple of seasons at the University of Minnesota’s football stadium.
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The Minnesota Vikings have long been overdue for a new stadium. In 2016, they will have one, and it will be simply magnificent.On Monday, the Vikings unveiled images for a new $975 million stadium, which is scheduled to open in time for the 2016 NFL season.Construction on the multi-purpose venue is slated to begin this October. It will have a seating capacity of 65,000 fans and boast...
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After a lot of speculation that former Chicago Bears’ linebacker, Brian Urlacher, was ready to sign with the team’s division rivals, the Minnesota Vikings, it appears that the Vikings will pass on the 35 year old linebacker, for now. According to NFL.com, the Vikings instead will chose to go with “in-house” players at inside linebacker. The team will move outside linebacker...