The U.S Bank Stadium is an enclosed, indoor stadium in Minnesota and is solely owned by the state. It’s most notable feature is the 55-foot wide, 95-foot high, 30,000-square feet, and 40,000-ton pivoting glass doors in the entrance—the largest in the world. By the look of it and the addition of jet-black layers of stone, fans and visitors dubbed it as the sleekest and edgiest stadium in America.
The stadium’s opening in 2002 marked the arrival of the first fixed-roof stadium built for the NFL, acting as a home for the Minnesota Vikings since then. It was the site where the home team won a match against the Green Bay Packers in September 2016. More than NFL matches, the stadium is also a site for Super Bowl LII, NCAA’s Men’s Basketball Final Four, College Football Playoff National Championship, AMA Motocross Championship, and Major League Soccer.
Home Team: Minnesota Vikings