Reality Check: Minnesota's Sports Facilities Building BoomMinnesota's new major league soccer franchise may be closing in on a location for its new home: a privately-financed $150 million, 20,000 seat soccer stadium in St. Paul or Minneapolis.
WCCO Live At The State Fair (2015): Day 6The Great Minnesota Get-Together is about halfway through and the hot and humid conditions aren't keeping fair-goers away. There are plenty of ways to stay cool and have fun at the State Fair as we honored Military Appreciation Day.
Farmers Market No Longer An Option For United Soccer TeamThe Minnesota United may have lost out on a prime location to build a new soccer stadium. Minnesota United has had interest from Minneapolis and St. Paul to build a nearly $150 million proposed stadium.
Mexican Team Faces Off Against Minnesota United As Part Of Ibarra TradeWhen Minnesota United sold star player Miguel Ibarra to a Club Leon of Mexico last month, not only did the deal have a seven-figure price tag, but it also came with a condition -- that Ibarra's new team come to Minnesota to play a game against his old team.
Minnesota United Players Make A Multilingual TeamTiago Calvano speaks Portuguese, Spanish, English, German, French and Italian. Daniel Mendes speaks Portuguese, Spanish, English and Swedish. That's seven languages all together, and it's paying off on the field.
MLS To Meet With St. Paul Officials About Stadium SiteMajor League Soccer officials had a July 1 deadline with Minneapolis to reach a deal for a stadium site and keep professional soccer in the Twin Cities. The talks never materials, but don't count the Minnesota United out just yet.
Brooklyn Park To Pitch Stadium Site For Minnesota UnitedNow that we know major league soccer is coming to Minnesota, the question remains where will those games be played. The owners of the Minnesota United team are looking at downtown Minneapolis for the stadium site. Today, we learned they're also talking to a Twin Cities suburb.
Minnesota United Prepare for Ibarra’s Final GameThe Minnesota United became international news this week when they agreed to transfer star player Miguel Ibarra to a Mexican team.
Minnesota United Agree To Transfer Ibarra To Mexican TeamMinnesota United have agreed to transfer midfielder Miguel Ibarra to a Mexican professional team. Minnesota announced the agreement in principle on Thursday. Terms were not disclosed.
Minnesota United Head Coach, Owner Talk Soccer Ahead Of Season OpenerWCCO's David McCoy spoke to the team's owner and head coach ahead of Saturday's game to talk about the recent buzz around soccer in Minnesota.
Meet Minnesota United Stars Andrew Fontein & Kevin Venegas!The Minnesota United are back for the 2015 season with their first home game Saturday night. In the video above, Mike Augustyniak and Natalie Nyhus kicked around the soccer ball on the WCCO Rooftop with United stars Andrew Fontein & Kevin Venegas.
WCCO Saturday Morning Links & Recap (April 25)This week on WCCO Saturday Morning, it's all about sports, burgers and robots. There are all sorts of things going on around the Twin Cities this weekend, and we've got everything you need to know in one place.