Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority

 The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority (MSFA) was established by the legislature in 2012 and charged with the design, construction and operation of the new multi-purpose stadium. The MSFA consists of five members.  The new authority is chaired by Michele Kelm-Helgen. The other members are John D. Griffith, Duane Benson, Bill McCarthy and Barbara ButtsWilliams.


Metrodome demolition completed ahead of schedule
News Release - April 17, 2014 - Last truck with Metrodome debris leaves the stadium site today at 1:00 PM

First Concrete Deck Poured for the new Multi-Purpose Stadium
News Release - April 11, 2014

Minnesota Super Bowl Bid Committee Submits Bid for 2018 Super Bowl
News Release - April 1, 2014

Stadium Legislation

In May 2012, the Minnesota Legislature and the Minneapolis City Council approved funding for the new $975 million multi-purpose stadium to replace the Metrodome. The new stadium is scheduled to open in time for the 2016 NFL season. Click to view legislation.

Ring Beam Successfully Demolished on Feb. 23.

Ring beam and corners of Metrodome brought down with 84 charges of dynamite set in 24 columns of the upper concourse.

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