The new stadium that will be home to the Minnesota United is complete and ready for fans when the soccer club opens its home season April 13.

Allianz Field has officially been turned over to Minnesota United by project manager Mortenson Construction. The $250 million, privately funded stadium has been under construction since June of 2017.

“When we were awarded the MLS expansion franchise, our objectives included the building of a great stadium that would be a home for our team and its fans, a testament to the World’s Game, an asset for our community, and a catalyst for economic development in the area," reflected Dr. William McGuire, majority owner of the United. "That has been fully realized. When we were awarded the MLS expansion franchise, our objectives included the building of a great stadium that would be a home for our team and its fans, a testament to the World’s Game, an asset for our community, and a catalyst for economic development in the area. That has been fully realized."

Allianz Field has received attention for its innovative design and aesthetic beauty, use of environmentally-sensitive systems and materials, and a focus on fan amenities and the game of soccer. Designers say they  were inspired by the natural wonders of Minnesota – including the Northern Lights, great rivers and countless lakes – and features a first-of-its-kind exterior skin made of Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) in conjunction with an extensive LED lighting system.