The Minnesota Vikings are close to completing their new home. Over the weekend, the team announced that the construction of U.S. Bank Stadium, which is slated to host home games starting next season, is 75 percent complete.
The stadium's official website posted the following update on the progress made since construction began nearly two years ago:
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The Vikings, who currently play home games at the University of Minnesota's TCF Bank Stadium, will be spoiled by one of the NFL's most advanced venues when this project is complete. Among the many state-of-the-art amenities, U.S. Bank Stadium recently announced that it will feature one-of-a-kind LED lighting designed to improve fan experience.
Minnesota is pushing every technological boundary in the construction of this stadium, as the Vikings try to create the ultimate setting for enjoying pro football.