The City of Saint Paul supports developments like Allianz Field to ensure our city works for our families, businesses, and cultural communities for years to come. By boosting jobs, public spaces, visitors to local businesses, and more, the soccer stadium project brings our community together to support a positive vision for the future of our city.
Tickets and Team Information
For general information on Minnesota United games, including scheduled home games, tickets, and other events taking place at Allianz Field, please visit the Minnesota United website.
Safe and Sustainable Transportation Plans
As part of the development of the new soccer stadium, a Transportation Management Plan (TMP) has been developed by the City of Saint Paul to help safely move 20,000 people to and from the stadium on game days, and to ensure a positive experience for both fans and those who live, work, and operate businesses in the area. As prioritized by community input and our vision for our city, the TMP prioritizes safe and sustainable transportation options including the Green Line Light Rail Train, the A-Line Bus Rapid Transit line, additional buses, bikes, walking, and rolling for fans traveling to the new soccer stadium.
Planning to attend a Minnesota United home game? Live, work, or shop in the area, and want to know the best options to get around? Check out the links below to help make the most of your trip.
The two major transit lines serving Allianz Field are the Green Line Light Rail Train and the A Line Bus Rapid Transit Line, but there are many more local bus lines that will help get you to the game. Visit the Metro Transit website to plan your trip by transit.
Planning to travel to Allianz Field or area businesses as a pedestrian or cyclist? Take a look at the maps in the transportation plan guide to find a safe and convenient route.
Parking and Shuttle Service
Limited parking is available in the area of Allianz Field, including nearby lots and nearby park-and-ride service. Fans planning to drive and park on game day should visit Minnesota United's website to review options and purchase parking ahead of time to ensure an easy in and out on game day.
To help give fans additional options to arrive to the game, the City of Saint Paul has also made four parking ramps in downtown Saint Paul available within easy walking distance of transit lines to Allianz Field. The City's Smith, 7A, Lowertown and Block 19 parking ramps will all be available to the public at a $5 rate on game days, beginning two hours before game start times.
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Great New Greenspace
As part of the new Allianz Field development, Minnesota United have built a new park that covers 28,000 square feet of new public space to bring neighbors together in our community. The “Great Lawn,” which sits on the north side of the stadium, facing University Avenue, includes more than 20,500 square feet of grass as a new publicly-accessible park for neighbors to enjoy year-round.
Landmark Clean Water Infrastructure
At the Allianz Field stadium site, the City of Saint Paul has made a bold commitment to sustainability and green infrastructure that will support the long-term health of our community and environment. Key to that effort is the landmark clean water infrastructure system at the Midway Development District, which will recycle more than 2 million gallons of rainwater every year. This unique system, the largest and smartest of its kind, will be used to irrigate trees and grass across the site, and to serve future developments around the stadium.
Constructing Community at Allianz Field
The construction of Allianz Field was privately funded, without public subsidies. The City of Saint Paul has made investments around the stadium site to upgrade pedestrian facilities, roads, stormwater systems, and other public facilities on the soccer stadium development site. Public investments have helped drive local job creation around the stadium, including requirements that prioritized diverse and local hiring for construction.
Community Vision for the Future of Snelling-Midway
In addition to Allianz Field, the City of Saint Paul has worked with property owners, developers, and the community, to develop a plan for an urban village around the stadium which includes retail, office, residential, and public open spaces. The Midway Development District plan covers the full 34.5-acre site, with the expectation that future projects under this plan will take place in phases over time.