For those of you mothers that are nursing your babies, finding a place with some privacy is tricky at sporting events. Often, you have to breastfeed or pump your breast milk in the women’s rest room or if you don’t want to have to deal with taking care of your baby at the game, staying at home.
But, the Minnesota Vikings are going to change that. It was announced recently on the Vikings Website
Last Saturday brought two world-renowned soccer teams to 34,047 fans at TCF Bank Stadium on the University of Minnesota campus.
It also brought two fun soccer matches including home team Minnesota United
who took on the Ottawa Fury.
The day started off with a matchup of Greek team Olympiacos
and English Premier League’s Manchester City
Though NFL Opening Day is still a summer away, pro football and the Minnesota Vikings are never far from our hearts and minds. Even with the Twins off to a solid start
and the Wild alive
and well in the NHL playoffs, many Minnesotans define their pro sports...
Andrew Zimmern, the famous and daring edibles connoisseur, has apparently signed an agreement
to be involved with concessions at TCF Bank Stadium and the new stadium beyond for Vikings games. Aramark (who clinched the concessionaire contract last year) hopes to not only bring Zimmern's name on board, but also his vision.
Following a two-year trial run, the University of Minnesota is set to permanently implement alcohol sales at TCF Bank Stadium for Gopher football games.
According to report filed by the Board of Regents, U of M officials found “no significant increase” in alcohol-related incidents during home games in 2012 and 2013. In fact, a study shows the number of incidents dropped from 77 alcohol-related incidents in 2010, before beer and wine sales, to 59 in 2013, according to the report.
This should come as no surprise to anyone who has been in college and attended a home-football game of their university. If there aren't alcohol sales...!--more-->
The Minnesota Vikings are giving the University of Minnesota a huge chunk of change to play on the Minneapolis campus until their new stadium and the $1 billion to build said structure are finished. The Vikings are also going to pay
more than $6 million for upgrades to TCF Bank Stadium before they make so much as a first down.
Sounds simple enough, right?
In theory, it is. When the Vikings detailed their plan to host their home games on...!--more-->