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Minnesota Vikings Tickets

Apr 25Thu 06:00 pm

From $40.20

Minnesota Vikings Draft Party

US Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, MN

Sep 01Sun 01:00 pm

From $132.11

Chicago Bears at Minnesota Vikings

US Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, MN

Sep 15Sun 01:00 pm

From $191.89

Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears

Soldier Field, Chicago, IL

Sep 22Sun 01:00 pm

From $103.20

Arizona Cardinals at Minnesota Vikings

US Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, MN

Oct 13Sun 12:00 pm

From $131.63

Minnesota Vikings at Los Angeles Rams

SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, CA

Oct 27Sun 01:00 pm

From $142.65

New York Jets at Minnesota Vikings

US Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, MN

Minnesota Vikings

Conference: National Football Conference (NFC)

Division: NFC West

Stadium: U.S. Bank Stadium (capacity 66,860-73,000)

Head Coach: Kevin O’Connell (2022-present)

Starting Quarterback: Josh Dobbs

Star Players: Justin Jefferson (WR), Christian Darrisaw (LT), Danielle Hunter (OLB)

2022 Regular Season: 13-4 (3rd in NFC)

2022 Playoffs: NFC Wild Card (defeated 31-24 by the New York Giants

Legendary Former Players: Fran Tarkenton (QB), Randy Moss (WR), Randall McDaniel (G)

Super Bowls (NFL Championships): 0

Minnesota Vikings

If one were to try to sum up the Minnesota Vikings as a franchise, it might have to be with a bit of a back-handed compliment. As regular playoff contenders throughout their history, the Vikings have long been one of the NFL’s most consistent teams, appearing in the post-season 29 times since the AFL-NFL merger of 1970. And yet the Purple and Gold also bear the burden of being one of the best NFL teams never to have won a Super Bowl. The Vikes have been to the Big Dance four times, coming up short on all four occasions. In 1969, the final year prior to the merger, the team won the NFL championship (led by a fearsome defensive line that became known as “The Purple People Eaters”) and contested Super Bowl IV against the AFL champion Kansas City Chiefs, who downed the Vikings 23-7. The powerful Vikings team of the mid-1970s then progressed to three Super Bowls in four years, losing Super Bowl VIII to the Miami Dolphins 24-7, Super Bowl IX to the Pittsburgh Steelers 16-6, and Super Bowl XI to the Oakland Raiders 32-14. The franchise has not returned to the Big Game since, losing in six straight NFC Championship games since 1978, but with each strong regular season performance or promising playoff run, the Vikings rabid (purple) fanbase in Minnesota starts believing again that this time, this year, just has to be their year. The team now plays in what many consider to be the NFL’s most attractive stadium and the roar of the Minnesota crowd is an experience in and of itself. The question remains: in the years to come, will the Vikings finally rise up and take at last what they have long believed should be theirs? Fans in Minnesota, and around the league, will be watching.


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