Minnesota Vikings Fast Facts
- Conference & Division
- NFC North
- Year Founded
- Super Bowl Titles
- Mike Zimmer
- Home Stadium
- U.S. Bank Stadium
- Stadium Capacity
- Green Bay Packers, Chicago Bears
Minnesota Vikings Schedule
It's a new era for the Minnesota Vikings. Head coach Mike Zimmer has the Vikings ready to capture a Super Bowl with Adrian Peterson returned to full form in the backfield. Hopes are high in Minnesota for the upcoming NFL season.
Don't miss out on any of the action this season, as the Vikings try to return to the playoffs! Be there to watch Adrian Peterson rumble his way to another MVP-like season! Check out Minnesota's 2018 schedule and buy your Vikings tickets today!
About the Minnesota Vikings
Originally meant to join the American Football League, the Minnesota Vikings joined the NFL in 1961 -- becoming the 14th team in the NFL at the time. After seven years of futility, the Vikings qualified for the playoffs for the first time in franchise history in 1968, and advanced to the Super Bowl in 1969 -- but lost to the Kansas City Chiefs. Minnesota appeared in the Super Bowl again in 1973, 1974 and 1976 -- but lost each time.
Since then, the Vikings haven't made it back to the Super Bowl -- but the Vikings and Vikings fans are ready to take the next step, and bring home the franchise's first-ever Lombardi trophy.
Hopes are high in Minnesota that the Vikings will compete for the NFC North crown in 2018. Don't just watch the Vikings on TV -- be there this season with your Minnesota Vikings tickets, when they play outdoors at the brand new TCF Bank Stadium!