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Minnesota United FC Details
Minnesota United Club History
Minnesota United began as an NASL team, and Major League Soccer awarded an MLS franchise to the team in 2015 to make it the 22nd MLS team. Minnesota United began MLS play in 2017 and finished their first season in 9th place in the Western Conference. At its origin, the club was owned by an ownership group including the Minnesota Twins owner, Minnesota Timberwolves owner and a Minnesota Wild investor. The local ownership showed the MLS their intent to bring Major League Soccer to the Minnesota market.
MNUFC won its first-match against Real Salt Lake in their fifth game of the season. Christian Ramirez scored 14 goals in his first MLS campaign and showed he is a potent MLS striker. Ramirez will also go down in Minnesota United history books for scoring the franchise’s first goal.
Minnesota’s first big signing and designated player was Colombian striker Darwin Quintero. Quintero had plied his trade in Mexico prior to landing in Minnesota, and the pacey striker brought flair to United. The Minnesota outfit also signed Brazilian midfielder Ibson who added experience to the young team. Ibson had previously played in the highest divisions of Brazil, Russia and Italy.
At the end of the 2017 season, United failed to qualify for the playoffs ensuring their fans would have to wait to see MLS playoff action. Despite this result, Minnesota United fans proved themselves to be avid soccer fans. In the transition period from NASL to MLS, United’s attendance numbers skyrocketed. Near the end of their NASL tenure, Minnesota had average attendance numbers around 8,000 fans. In their first season, they saw attendance numbers reach over 35,000 fans.
The Dark Clouds are the club’s biggest fan group, and they work to expand the fan culture in Minnesota. Dark Cloud members lead chants and host community outreach events to help Minnesotans and spread the word about MLS soccer in Minnesota. With the combination of fan support and a roster filled with emerging stars, playoff soccer is all but guaranteed to be in this club’s future.
When Do Minnesota United Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?
When the MLS season ends, playoff tickets will be made available to United fans, typically in October. The MLS will finalize the playoff bracket and schedule game times, thus allowing fans to plan for the game. If Minnesota performs well, one or two games may be played at home.
How Much Do Minnesota United Playoff Tickets Cost?
MLS tickets typically resell for about $65 a ticket. Minnesota United playoff tickets will depend on their opponent and what round the game is in.