Wilfs, Owners Of Vikings, Finalize Purchase Of Orlando Soccer ClubsThe owners of the Minnesota Vikings have finalized the acquisition of Orlando City, giving the Wilf family control of the MLS franchise.
Vikings’ Eagan Training Facility 70 Percent CompleteIn the spring of 2018, the Minnesota Vikings will vacate their Winter Park headquarters and venture east to Eagan.
Vikings Owners, Fans Support Players’ Right To Express ThemselvesThe owners of the Minnesota Vikings say they support their players’ right to “respectfully and peacefully” express their beliefs.
Vikings Owners Join Group Trying To Bring MLS To NashvilleThe owners of the Minnesota Vikings have joined a group trying to bring a Major League Soccer expansion franchise to Nashville, after a failed bid to bring a club to their enclosed NFL stadium
Joseph Wilf, Father Of Vikings Owner Zygi, Dead At 91A Holocaust survivor who along with his brother founded of one of the nation's largest real estate development firms has died. Joseph Wilf was 91.
Eagan Officials Excited About Vikings Possibly Relocating HeadquartersAs their new stadium is rising, the Minnesota Vikings are eyeing a move east of the Mississippi River. The team's new potential neighbors are ready to welcome them with open arms.
Vikings Finalize Purchase Of 185-Acre Land In EaganThe Minnesota Vikings could soon be departing from their team headquarters at Winter Park in Eden Prairie. Team officials announced Tuesday they've finalized the purchase of 185 acres of land in Eagan at the intersection of Dodd Road and Lone Oak Parkway.
Vikings Owner Sued In New Jersey Over Real Estate CompanyThe owner of the NFL's Minnesota Vikings has been sued in New Jersey by the children of a former partner who say their father was cut out of a real estate deal by Wilf and his father. The son and daughter of Meyer Gold, who died in 2013, say he was a one-third owner of the company, called Amchu.
Vikings Owners, Adrian Peterson Meet In New YorkWith the start of the league business year in the NFL happening Tuesday afternoon, the Minnesota Vikings are continuing to speak with Adrian Peterson about his future with the team. Peterson met with Vikings owners Mark and Zygi Wilf as well as General Manager Rick Spielman on Monday in New York.
Vikings Promote Kevin Warren To Chief Operating OfficerThe Minnesota Vikings have promoted Kevin Warren to chief operating officer. The Vikings announced the news Thursday. Warren will continue to report to team president Mark Wilf. His previous title was chief administrative officer and executive vice president of legal affairs.
U Of M Children's Hospital Announces $5 Million Wilf GiftMinnesota Vikings owners Zygi Wilf and Mark Wilf have given $5 million from their family foundation to fund education, communication and technology initiatives at an area children's hospital.
MLS Officials Hear Expansion Pitch From MinneapolisThe two groups hoping to bring a Major League Soccer franchise to Minnesota have made their pitches to league officials. Minneapolis is competing with Las Vegas and Sacramento for a 24th franchise as the league hopes to grow to two dozen teams by the end of the decade. The Minnesota Vikings ownership group led by Zygi Wilf was to argue the soccer team should play in the new $1 billion stadium being built.
NJ Arbitrator Awards Company $2M After Vikings’ Owners Default On Housing DealThe Vikings' CEO, president and vice chairman have been ordered to pay $2 million to their former business partners after violating a building contract, according to court documents. A New Jersey arbitrator ruled that the Zygi, Mark and Leonard Wilf violated a building contract the businessmen held with their cousins Ralph and Norman Mitscheles when they halted construction on an unfished housing project.
Dayton: Vikings' Peterson Reversal Is Right Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton says the Vikings' overnight decision to put running back Adrian Peterson on hiatus was the right move.
Vikings Lead NFL In Number Of Player ArrestsThe Vikings hold a title the team doesn't celebrate – the most players arrested in the NFL. According to USA Today, 45 Minnesota Vikings have been arrested since 2000. That's double the league average.