Not only are the Vikings getting a new, state of the art stadium, but they broke ground today on new headquarters and practice facility.

Officially known as the Twin Cities Orthopedics Performance Center and TCO Stadium, the new 40-acre campus in Eagan will include:

  • New administrative offices for Vikings staff
  • Outdoor stadium with an anticipated capacity of 6,000 (expandable)
  • Five outdoor practice fields (including stadium field) - four grass, one synthetic
  • Outdoor training areas, including a sand pit and inclined surfaces
  • Indoor practice facility with a 100-yard synthetic surface field and full-clear height for kicking
  • Team auditorium and player position meeting rooms
  • Media center/press facilities
  • Expanded locker room, weight room and equipment facilities
  • Cardiovascular and specialized speed rooms
  • Hydrotherapy room and post-workout recovery rooms

Vikings Owner/President Mark Wilf said, “Following the recent opening of U.S. Bank Stadium, today’s groundbreaking marks another significant milestone in Minnesota Vikings history; constructing this world-class facility and formalizing the partnership with TCO furthers our goals of building this football team for sustained success, developing long-term business relationships, and ensuring our organization remains a strong community partner.”