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Check Out Spectacular Sports Venues in Minnesota

See a live football game without having to sit in the cold by settling yourself in the dome of U.S. Bank Stadium, home of the NFL’s Minnesota Vikings. If baseball’s your game and you prefer the open air, take in a Minnesota Twins game at Target Field in downtown Minneapolis. If you want to take the family to see a ball game but you don’t want to pay Major League prices, then go to CHS Field.

See a basketball game for the NBA’s Minnesota Timberwolves or the WNBA’s Minnesota Lynx, or go see a concert at Target Center. Watch a game at TCF Bank Stadium; home of the Gophers of the University of Minnesota.

Catch the Minnesota Wild, the NLL’s Minnesota Swarm, lacrosse games, plus tons of live concerts at the multipurpose XCEL Energy Center that seats up to 18,000 people. The Sanford Center plays host to Bemidji Axemen and Bemidji State University Beaver’s hockey teams.

Since you’re in the Gopher State, you’ll need to experience the National Sports Center; a 600-acre multi-sport complex that includes a soccer stadium, a golf course, a velodrome, a convention facility, and the Schwan Super Rink; the largest ice arena in the world.

CHS Field

Set in the Lowertown Historic District in St. Paul, CHS Field is one of several sports venues within the Twin Cities metropolitan area. This brand new ballpark has a capacity of 7,000 seats, and is operated by the City of St. Paul.

CHS Field is home to American Association of Independent Professional Baseball’s Saint Paul Saints, and the baseball team of Hamline University.

Sanford Center

Opened in 2010, the Sanford Center in the city of Bemidji is a multi-purpose arena. The center is primarily the home ice to the Bemidji State University Beaver's men and women's hockey teams.

The center also hosts a variety of conventions, trade shows, and most recently, became the home field of the Bemidji Axemen of the Indoor Football League. Given the center's versatile nature, it's known as "Northern Minnesota's Premier Venue."

Target Center

Primarily home to the NBA's Minnesota Timberwolves, the Target Center in downtown Minneapolis serves as a premier event center for the entire Twin Cities area. Apart form raucous NBA games, the Target Center is also home court for the Minnesota Lynx of the WNBA.

The Target Center was opened in 1988 and has hosted major events like WWE professional wrestling, the 1994 NBA All-Star Game, and the 1995 NCAA Women's Final Four. Moreover, the Target Center converts into U.S. Bank Theater – an ideal venue for large concerts and shows.

Target Field

Home of Major League Baseball's Minnesota Twins, Target Field can be found in the heart of downtown Minneapolis. The open-air ballpark opened in 2010, becoming the first stadium specifically built for the Twins, who had previously shared a home field with fellow Twin Cities favorites, the Minnesota Vikings.

Since its construction, Target Field has hosted the 2014 MLB All-Star Game and served as the home field to the Minnesota Golden Gophers for special Big Ten events. Fans are encouraged to visit Target Plaza behind the ballpark, enjoy the Town Ball Tavern, and catch a glimpse of the massive "Minnie and Paul" logo.

TCF Bank Stadium

Also known as the Gopher Hole, the TCF Bank Stadium is located in Minneapolis on the University of Minnesota campus. The Bank is home to the Big Ten Conference’s Minnesota Golden Gophers, and currently the NFL’s Minnesota Vikings.

Seating over 50,000 football fans, TCF Bank Stadium was opened in 2009 near Williams Stadium. A major attraction in the Twin Cities, this horseshoe-style field is owned and operated by the University of Minnesota.

Xcel Energy Center

Seating nearly 18,000 people, the Xcel Energy Center is also known as the X, the Forest, and the Hive. Set in Saint Paul with the Twin Cities, the center is home to the NHL's Minnesota Wild – plus the NLL's Minnesota Swarm.

As a multi-purpose arena, the Xcel Energy Center also features live concerts, lacrosse games, and other major events. Opened in 2000, the X is owned by the City of St. Paul, and operated by the Minnesota Sports & Entertainment.

National Sports Center

Found just north of the Twin Cities area, National Sports Center is the world's largest amateurs sports and meeting facility. Designed to handle a number of high-profile sports, the facilities include Victory Links Golf Course, Schwan Super Rink, the 58,000 square foot Schwan Center, and more.

The center is located near Brooklyn Center in the city of Blaine. Sports fans frequently visit the National Sports Center to take in a soccer game at the NSC Stadium – located on-site and home to the Minnesota United FC since 2010.