A look at the home of Super Bowl LII: U.S. Bank Stadium in Minnesota

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – U.S. Bank Stadium, the home of the Minnesota Vikings, is hosting Super Bowl LII on Sunday.

The stadium is the second-newest NFL stadium in the country.

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Atlanta opened Mercedes-Benz Stadium in 2017.

In advance of the Big Game, we wanted to take an up-close-and-personal look at the modern marvel that is U.S. Bank Stadium.

Here are some fun facts:

41 feet

Distance from sideline that seats are placed.


Pivoting glass doors that allow the stadium to have an outdoor feel.

95 feet

Height of the pivoting glass doors.

1982 - 2013

Time the Vikings played in the Metrodome.

2014 - 2015

Time the Vikings played at the open-air TCF Bank Stadium on the campus of the University of Minnesota.

1961 - 1981

Time the Vikings played in their first home stadium, Metropolitan Stadium in Bloomington. The site where the stadium once sat is now the site of the Mall of America.

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Dec. 3, 2013

Ground-breaking ceremony.

June 17, 2016

U.S. Bank Stadium was deemed substantially complete by contractor Mortenson Construction.

July 22, 2016

Ribbon-cutting ceremony and official grand opening.

Aug. 28, 2016

Vikings play first preseason game at stadium.

Sept. 18, 2016

Vikings play first regular season game, a 17-14 win over the Packers in Week 2 of the NFL season.


Last time a fixed-roof stadium was opened in the NFL (Detroit's Ford Field).


Executive suites


Capacity of U.S. Bank Stadium, although officials said it can expand to 73,000.

$1.129 billion

Construction cost

401 Chicago Avenue, Minneapolis

Address of U.S. Bank Stadium

July 19–22, 2018

U.S. Bank Stadium will host the X Games.


The stadium will host the 2019 NCAA Final Four.


The stadium will host the 2020 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships.

240,000 square feet

Size of the translucent roof. It is the largest in North America.