Minnesota Vikings Football - Minnesota Vikings Ticket Info & More
Regular Season: September – January
2014 Home Games at TCF Bank Stadium
Week 2 | Sept. 14 | Noon | vs. New England
Week 4 | Sept. 28 | 3:25 PM | vs. Atlanta
Week 6 | Oct. 12 | Noon | vs. Detroit
Week 9 | Nov. 2 | Noon | vs. Washington
Week 10 | BYE
Week 12 | Nov. 23 | Noon | vs. Green Bay
Week 13 | Nov. 30 | Noon | vs. Carolina
Week 14 | Dec. 7 | Noon | vs. New York Jets
Week 17 | Dec. 28 | Noon | vs. Chicago
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The Minnesota Vikings football team has long been one of the highlights of the Twin Cities' spectator sports scene. Since its days as a fledging NFL sports franchise, the Minnesota Vikings football team has won a number of division titles as well as one NFL championship (1969), but lost in four Super Bowl outings (1970, 1974, 1975, 1977). Quarterback Fran Tarkenton, later named to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, led the Minnesota Vikings to three of its Super Bowl appearances. Other well-known MN Vikings alumni include running back-turned-actor Ed Marinaro.
The Minnesota Vikings played their first home game on September 10, 1961 at Bloomington’s Metropolitan Stadium. The Minnesota NFL football team remained at the stadium for more than 20 years before making the move to the Mall of America Field in the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in downtown Minneapolis. The popular stadium has hosted a number of major spectator sports events, such as Super Bowl XXVI, major-league baseball’s World Series and NCAA Final Four basketball competition. Although the MN Vikings have made their home at the Metrodome since 1982, plans are currently underway to develop a new stadium for the professional sports team.
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Winter Park Administrative Offices
9520 Viking Drive
Eden Prairie, MN 55344
Vikings Ticket Office:
500 11th Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55415
Phone: (612) 338-4537
Phone: (651) 989-5151
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